In the words of former Chief Justice Warren Burger, "75 to 90 percent of American Trial Lawyers are incompetent, dishonest, or both."
If this statement is true, shouldn't you consider learning a little about law yourself, if only to keep your lawyers in line?
When legal problems are in front of you, and if you don't know your rights, you might as well not have any.
Lawyers are advantaged in that they know how to find the law in the library. This knowledge is not an occult mystery.
The laws are supposed to be made by the people and for the people. They are not supposed to make lawyers and bureaucrats a privileged ruling elite.
That's why the newsletter Constitutional Business was created, to put knowledge into the hands of the general public and to teach you how to find the law.
Lawyers are often not only overpriced, but also are frequently tough to deal with.
Too many do not listen to clients, do not do enough research and do not pay enough attention to details ... and that can cost you.
You have the right under the Constitution to act as your own attorney.
And if you don't know the Constitution, both of this country, and your state, then you are at a great disadvantage. Many politicians, police and bureaucrats don't want you to know what is in these documents.
Our newsletter is designed to put you on a more level playing field with lawyers and adversaries.
You'll be better able to negotiate, argue and plead. Your results cannot be guaranteed, but we can guarantee that after reading Constitutional Business you will know more about law.
And once you've become our reader, you will know how to reach for justice.
And then you can teach others what they need to know.
It's the American way!
That Bar Associations have been sued for monopolistic practices?
That legal malpractice claims are at an all time record?
That pro-se litigants are forcing revolutionary changes in our justice system and that the best is yet to come?
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