What’s the latest in litigation news? Delaware has a new mandatory course for landlords on evicting their tenants. A pro se litigant doesn’t let his finances keep him from suing an insurer. And the Bundy brothers in Oregon irritate a federal judge by defending themselves at trial.
Yes, I’ll say it: Sovereign citizens are cuckoo for cocoa puffs. They believe the U.S. government became a corporation and lost jurisdiction over its citizens in 1933 when the gold standard was dropped. As a result, every U.S. citizen is now his or her own “sovereign”. A sovereign citizen has to make a contract with that corporation – one governed by admiralty or […]