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How to Legal with Marinka Peschmann

So you are losing faith in the justice system and getting overwhelmed with all the news about different investigations and court cases … I know, I know …There is so much information, misinformation, and politics coming from different directions and floating around you don’t know who to trust.

I feel it too.

Marinka Peschmann's How to Legal. Peaceful solutions for today's problems.

But don’t worry, HOW TO LEGAL is here to help you navigate through the noise, fake news, oath-breaking, political gamesmanship, and assorted mayhem, to help you find out what’s really going on.

How to Legal: A peaceful solution to help fix today’s problems

Hi, I’m Marinka.  I’ve litigated as a defamation (and related counts) pro se plaintiff in multiple states against five U.S. law firms as the spread of fake news, conspiracies, and defamation was causing real-world problems and judicial misconduct was coming to light.

My case has been cited in news reports involving U.S. elections and QAnon.

Shine light on the oathbreakers with Marinka Peschmann

HOW TO LEGAL is where I show you how to use the good side of the Internet–trustworthy legal resources, to combat the dark side in this online era of fake news, and defamation.

When you know where to find the facts, it’s harder to be deceived by fake news, defamation, or bad actors and oath-breakers in the legal profession, and politics — politicians who will say anything to feed their voter base even if they know it’s BS.

Ugh. It’s happened on both sides of the political aisle.

Are you sick and tired of it?

I am.

That’s one of the reasons why I created HOW TO LEGAL, so everyone can know where to go to find out what’s really going on.

HOW TO LEGAL is not for you if:

  1. ☒ You are happy with the status quo
  2. ☒ You don’t like learning new things
  3. ☒ You don’t care about oath-breaker legal professionals and politicians whose oath-breaking could affect you
  4. ☒ You don’t want to know how some bad actors likely got away with whatever they were doing and should not have been doing.

If you want to know more about HOW TO LEGAL, come on, let’s keep this moving.

Democracy cannot survive without an independent justice system with integrity. 

democracy noun
de·​moc·​ra·​cy di-ˈmä-krə-sē 
plural democracies
1 a: government by the people
especially : rule of the majority
b: a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections
2: a political unit that has a democratic government
3 capitalized: the principles and policies of the Democratic party in the U.S. from emancipation Republicanism to New Deal Democracy
  - C. M. Roberts
4: the common people especially when constituting the source of political authority
5: the absence of hereditary or arbitrary class distinctions or privileges

Are you coming?

If the answer is “Yes,” then check out “How to use the good side of the Internet to combat the dark side,” and stay tuned for more.

It’s free!

See you on the other side.

— Marinka

Frequently Asked Questions

A: The United States is both a democracy and a republic. Democracies and republics are both forms of government in which supreme power resides in the citizens. The word republic refers specifically to a government in which those citizens elect representatives who govern according to the law. The word democracy can refer to this same kind of representational government, or it can refer instead to what is also called a direct democracy, in which the citizens themselves participate in the act of governing directly.

A: The word democracy most often refers to a form of government in which people choose leaders by voting.

A: A democratic system of government is a form of government in which supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodic free elections.

Merriam-Webster dictionary

Synonyms: republic ⚫ self-government ⚫ self-rule

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Legal Disclaimer

None of the information on my website and social media 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.