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Lehmaj30

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Court Proceedures and Unconventional Training
« on: January 03, 2020, 07:19:49 PM »
I have limited time to watch videos. I listen to many lectures or trainings online. I have found some great resources that I would like to share.

Jurisdictionary: teaches court proceedures they have two courses. I purchased one and will purchase the other soon. This was a nice intro on court proceedures.

https://www.howtowinincourt.com/FrameSet.cfm?mTitle=QOrderAuthorize&refercode=LJ0081

Youarelaw: Youarelaw has many different things that I have found interesting. One is Syntax Parse, :David-Wynn: Miller: gives his way to breakdown how the legal system has been snowing the public for so long. There are a couple of programs they are tag along for this webpage. Erwin Rommel School of Law has presented some motivational ways of causing butts to quiver. Carl Miller has a Constitutional rights series on here as well. Super valuable jailhouse lawyer material. Unconventional ways of working within the system.

www.youarelaw.org