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The Trump Motion and Distorted Case Law—How to Legal Bitesize

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Welcome to How to Legal—Bitesize where you can get quick legal info to help you navigate through this era of fake news, misinformation, disinformation, and/or defamation.

Since I don’t want to see anyone else act on fake news, or BS being peddled by rule-breaking officers of the court, and do something stupid, or violent, and end up in prison, below is a tweet with legal info. It is regarding former President Trump’s motion over the FBI search at Mar-a-Largo and case law.

The motion was filed today in the Southern District of Florida.

Click here to read Trump Motion.

See, Robert Legare, “Trump files motion over Mar-a-Lago search,” CBS News, August 22, 2022.

Tweets with educational legal info regarding case law

For those who are not familiar, John W. Dean and Don Lewis are both lawyers. John W Dean, notably, is counsel from the Nixon, Watergate era. You can check out Don Lewis’ background and website here.

Here’s the screenshot from my Tweet of US v Nixon from Casetext.com so you can verify the truth yourself. Scroll to the end. Thanks!

As demonstrated above people need to keep a close eye on lawyers to see who is telling the truth and who is not. Indeed, it can be tedious, but at the end of the day, lawyers tell on themselves in court filings.

Unethical, oath breaking judges echo-chamber inapplicable or distorted case law in their rulings

The good thing about lawyers who submit inapplicable or distorted case law in court filings is they show you who the ethical and unethical judges are and provide evidence of it.

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Unethical judges hellbent on throwing a case for whatever unjust gain would likely echo chamber inapplicable or distorted case law as if it were legitimate in their rulings, violating judicial canons and their oath.

Judges who don’t echo-chamber inapplicable case law don’t do that. See?

Screenshot of the paperless order taken at Courtlistener so it is easier for you to read.

The good news is everyone can follow the docket (Trump v United States (9:22-cv-81294) here thanks to Courtlistener and see what’s going on.

All non-lawyers can learn more about looking up case law and the justice system by using legal resources. To see another case where lawyers submitted inapplicable case law in a legal brief, go here: Lawyer submits inapplicable case law. Dirty Tricks? Oops?—How to Legal.

I hope you have learned something new and found this helpful. Thanks for visiting How to Legal–Bitesize.

Update: And the plot thickens. Indeed. Judges show you who they are by their rulings. Judges with lifetime appointments no less.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER

Nothing on this website may be construed as 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.

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