A motion to dismiss attacks the elements of a claim. It points to something defective in the complaint, by law. But even when successful, it’s rarely the end of a case.
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Packed with dozens of tips on managing your case properly, the course covers the essential information needed to succeed in court without a lawyer:
- Day 1 – How pro se litigants fail
- Day 2 – Understanding the litigation process
- Day 3 – The power of staying organized
- Day 4 – “What should I file next?”
- Day 5 – What slaying in court looks like
If you’re in court without a lawyer, you need all the help you can get. Take it from Brian Vukadinovich — author of Motion for Justice: I Rest My Case — who won a 5-day jury trial against an employer who’d wrongly terminated him:
I have represented myself in various state and federal courts for years and have experienced firsthand just how unfair our system of justice can be against a person who decides to represent himself. Not long ago a federal judge looked me in the eye and told me just before the trial that I wouldn’t win. The judge did a lot of things during the trial to make it unfair for me, but I did win.
I took the time to watch a recent course produced by Courtroom5 and the great information it gave, and I couldn’t help thinking how I definitely would have turned to Courtroom5 to help with my case had I known about it while my case was going on. Courtroom5 offers a magnificent service that can be very helpful to pro se litigants. I would highly recommend to any pro se who is in need of some help in prosecuting his/her case to turn to Courtroom5.
The course is free of charge. And we’ll also send our free easy resource guide on legal research — a step by step guide for finding statutes and appellate decisions to support your case at every stage — because the biggest difference between a winning pro se litigant and someone victimized by the court is case law.
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