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The KNOWLEDGE VAULT quickly provides you with a foundation of credible open source legal resources you can use to see what’s really going on in the justice system and in court cases.
How to Legal also follows judicial proceedings with oath-following judges that you can access whenever you want. You can use them reference points if you need to know where to look, and some things to look for, as you follow cases.
Conversely, THE KNOWLEDGE VAULT will help you identify oath-followers versus oath-breakers. It’s tragic, the legal profession has failed to self-police, which is why we are where we are.
It is up to us, non-lawyers, with oath-following officers of the court to turn things around, expose misconduct and start demanding accountability.
This WILL help give you and others freedom, and preserve democracy.
You got this!
1. HOW TO USE THE GOOD SIDE OF THE INTERNET TO COMBAT THE DARK SIDE —HOW TO LEGAL
- By using open-source legal resources I came across when I was litigating as a defamation, false light pro se plaintiff. Anyone can use these legal resources to verify facts about the legal system and court cases.
- By using credible legal resources will help to prevent people from being deceived by fake news and political gamesmanship about judges who follow their oaths in this highly charged political climate.
- By following court cases with oath-following judges will help to restore confidence and trust in the justice system. It will also help to identify judges who don’t — the oath-breakers, as we saw in the Reuters and Wall Street Journal investigations exposing judicial misconduct.
- When people know proper procedures, the right (oath-following) way, it’s easier to identify improper procedures, the wrong (oath-breaking way).
- The oath-breaker judges and lawyers undermine the integrity of the justice system. They deprive people of due justice and give bad actors a free pass to keep doing whatever they were doing. This real problem needs to be addressed to save and preserve democracy.
- Fake news and defamation create more injured people, lawsuits, and criminal indictments.
- The Declaration of Independence — words can lift people, and words can lead to intimidation, violence, and murder.
- How fake news leads to threats against judges + peaceful solutions.
- Look at some examples of unethical, oath/law-breaking judges who undermine the justice system.
- How dark money and funny business are potentially influencing court decisions, thwarting justice, and harming more people + peaceful solutions.
3. THE U.S. JUSTICE SYSTEM’S RULES —HOW TO LEGAL
- How to find the Rules of Civil Procedure.
- Empower yourself with facts by using credible open-source legal resources.
- Find the different rules that make up the justice system.
- State versus federal.
- Find out why there are so many rules in the justice system.
4. JUDGES & LAWYERS OATHS, CODES & RULES—HOW TO LEGAL
- How to think like a judge is supposed to think.
- Where to find the judicial oaths and Code of Judicial Conduct.
- How to track dark money.
- What are “Super Lawyers?”
- Duke Law: pay to play?
- Tip contact information to journalists exposing oath-breaking judges.
- How to identify oath-breaking judges. Judges know the rules and they know how to follow or break them.
- Where to find attorney oaths and the Model Rules of Professional Conduct (governing lawyers).
- Tip contact information to journalists exposing oath-breaking lawyers.
- How to identify oath/rule breaking lawyers who should be sanctioned and possibly disbarred according to an oath-following Federal District Court Judge. Lawyers know the rules, and they know how to follow or break them.
5. FREEDOM OF SPEECH: WHAT’S SLANDER? WHAT’S LIBEL?—HOW TO LEGAL
- What’s the difference between protected speech versus unprotected speech?
- What’s defamation?
- What’s the difference between slander and libel?
- Learn how to find the elements of defamation laws in different states with a Delaware case example.
- What’s defamation per se?
- What’s the actual malice standard?
- What’s a reckless disregard for the truth?
- How public figures versus private citizens are treated.
- How to look up case law.
- Show you landmark defamation cases.
- Look at case law with a citation breakdown.
6. ALTERED EXHIBITS AND PLEADINGS—HOW TO LEGAL
- What are pleadings?
- See different pleading (complaint) standards.
- Bell Atlantic Corporation v. Twombly and Ashcroft v Iqbal, bedrock cases in U.S. law.
- Defamation + related tort complaints, length, and exhibits.
- See the difference between oath/rule following lawyers who file true and correct exhibits in court versus oath/rule breaking lawyer(s) who don’t with a real case demonstration.
- How judges (oath-followers) typically view “good faith” versus “bad faith” between parties based on real cases.
- See a real case demonstration of an oath-following judge calling out a lawyer who filed an alleged altered exhibit as all oath-following judges would do. The oath-breakers don’t.
7. THE DOCKET & FOLLOWING PROPER PROCEDURES IN A DEFAMATION CASE —HOW TO LEGAL
- What’s the court docket?
- Explain the docket using a real case demonstration.
- See proper judicial procedures by following a defamation lawsuit with an oath-following judge (Dershowitz v. Cable News Network, Inc.’s (CNN)).
- Locate another place to find the elements of defamation law.
- Learn how to locate dockets and read court filings.
8. LAWYER SUBMITS INAPPLICABLE CASE LAW. DIRTY TRICKS? OOPS? —HOW TO LEGAL
- Define “Table of Authorities”.
- Do a Table of Authorities’ real case demonstration.
- Look at a defamation case where a lawyer submits inapplicable case law.
- Learn the difference between good faith versus bad faith. Dirty tricks? Oops?
- Learn how to look up case law to see if it applies to a case.
- Learn how to find the elements for all counts, torts, and causes of action.
- See an oath/rule-following judge faithfully applying applicable defamation case law in a federal district court defamation case. Oath-breakers don’t.
9. WILL A JUDGE GIVE A LAWYER A FREE PASS TO BREAK THE RULES? —HOW TO LEGAL
- Answer the question what is pro hac vice?
- See why following the money is one way to identify oath-breaking judges, and following court cases is another.
- Follow judicial procedures in a defamation per se case in Iowa with an oath-following judge, Nunes et al v. Lizza, Hearst.
- Learn more about the elements and proper application of defamation law.
- Find out what’s a Motion for More Definite Statements.
- Briefly revisit defamation per se.
- See if a judge will give a lawyer a free pass to break the Model Rules of Professional Conduct in a multi-million dollar defamation case in violation of his judicial oath. Real case demonstration.
10. ARE DEFAMATION LAWS KEEPING UP WITH THE EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNET? — HOW TO LEGAL
- We’ll look at what two Supreme Court judges and an appeals court judge have to say who don’t think the answer is yes.
- We’ll touch on what is § Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
- Cardi B’s jury in her defamation case against a YouTuber finds the damages for her defamatory statements exceed $3 million. This is massive and I think an important win for public figures.
- We’ll see the judge in Cardi B’s case looks at the evidence (oath-follower). Conversely, oath-breaker judges ignore evidence, run up legal bills, try to break an injured party, misapply laws, etc., for whatever unjust gain and more people are harmed.
- We take a quick look at how to mitigate damages in a defamation case.
11. DO OATH-BREAKER JUDGES WHO THROW CASES KNOW THEIR BAD CASE LAW UNDERMINES THE LEGAL SYSTEM AND HARMS OTHERS? —HOW TO LEGAL
- Learn what is “et al”?
- Given the Supreme Court controversies and reporting exposing judicial misconduct, we will follow another docket to see the judicial canons, rules, and oaths in action.
- Learn about a notice of related and consolidated case(s).
- See how an impartial, oath-following judge handles three (3) one hundred (100) +page long complaints with +100 (one hundred) exhibits attached to each complaint.
- See how an oath-following judge handles a party’s request to analyze a claim using a different state law.
- Find out how oath-following judges conduct themselves in the event they are unable to preside over a case, there’s a judicial vacancy, and/or they have a heavy caseload.
- Find out if repetitious and/or frivolous filings are permissible (allowed) during proper court proceedings.
- Find out if just because a lawyer claims a statement in a defamation case is an opinion, non-actionable, “imaginative expression” or “rhetorical hyperbole,” if it makes it true. (Spoiler alert–no)
- Don’t be deceived by impressive, shiny bios when you can learn how to quickly identify callous, oath-breaking judges.
- See a judge vacate a rule-breaking judge’s ruling to preserve the integrity of the justice system.
- Use a visual demonstration to help you decide if judges and lawyers who thwart justice for some unjust gain know their bad case law does not only rob a party and/or parties of due justice, but if it undermines the justice system and can harm more people.
- We’ll look specifically at a rule that all lawyers are duty-bound to follow.
- We’ll see real case demonstrations of lawyers following this rule.
- We will learn that Democracy can be saved peacefully—if all officers of the court follow their oaths, and the rules, and start reporting misconduct they know of or were a part of to root out the oath-breakers.
- By learning the rules you can identify additional peaceful solutions to fix today’s problems.
13. ARE JUDGES SUPPOSED TO COVER UP MISCONDUCT AND POTENTIAL CRIMES? —HOW TO LEGAL
- Define “misconduct” in legal terms.
- Review whether or not judges are supposed to cover up attorney misconduct with real-world case demonstrations (Sandy Hook parents v Alex Jones and Facebook) according to the judicial canons.
- Find out what’s Rule 11, sanctions, and state bars (disciplinary boards).
- Review whether or not judges are supposed to leave a person in danger, and ignore conduct that threatens the integrity, and proper conduct of the judiciary.
- Review whether or not judges are supposed to cover up fellow judges’ misconduct.
- Review whether or not judges are supposed to cover up potential crimes with a real-world case demonstration.
- Review whether or not judges are supposed to withhold, destroy, alter and/or cover up evidence potentially relevant to Congressional hearings, with a real-world case demonstration #AlexJonesTexts.
- Provide peaceful solutions to assist the courts in rooting out misconduct within their courts in support of ethical judges who follow their oaths. This way true justice may be served whether the parties are rich or poor (pursuant to the judicial oath). #SaveDemocracy
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None of the information on this website is legal advice. While I have litigated as a pro se plaintiff when Reuters and Wall Street Journal’s reporting exposed judicial misconduct, I am not a lawyer. This information is for educational purposes. If you need legal advice, please consult with a licensed professional in your area.