SECRETS OF THE LEGAL INDUSTRY
Litigation Tool #10.003

Secrets of the Legal Industry

209 pages;12 chapters

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The Secrets of the Legal Industry book is a companion to a seminar by the same name given all over the country by Richard Cornforth of Oklahoma.  A set of video tapes are also available covering the seminar, but we do not offer the tapes.  The book is primarily intended for people who want to litigate in court and represent themselves as what is called a "Sui Juris".  It covers many very important elements of civil and criminal litigation that are essential to the budding lawyer, including:

  • Civil procedure
  • Void judgments
  • Civil rights enforcement
  • Standards of evidence
  • Discovery issues

The forms presented in the book are not editable.  The author prohibited us from providing editable copies of the book.


The book is provided only in electronic format.  You can easily and inexpensively make your own paper copy of the book at any Kinkos or printing store if you follow the instructions on its cover sheet.

 

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If you would like to reach Mr. Cornforth, you may do so at the contact below.  Richard is a very busy man and we don't recommend calling him for free legal help, because he doesn't provide it.  You may contact him if you have suggestions or comments about his book, however:

okcorn4th@aol.com


Below is a complete outline of the content of this very extensive work:

PDF  PREFACE

Revision History

Table of Contents

Table of Authorities

Cases

Statutes

Regulations

Other Authorities

1. SECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1 We Have a two tiered court system

1.2 We have a common law court system

1.3 The real law is found in the annotated statutes

1.4  There are two types of jurisdiction relating to people

2. SECTION TWO:  THE LAW OF VOIDS

2.1 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Void Judgments But Were Afraid to Ask
2.2 Reasons why subject matter jurisdiction CAN be lost
2.3 Summary of the Principles of the doctrine of law of voids
2.4 Sample petitions to vacate

3. SECTION THREE:  THE FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT (FDCPA)

3.1 Overview of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (F.D.C.P.A.)
3.2  Note and Contract Law

3.3  Phone scripts to use with Third Party Collectors

3.4  Early letter to collector

3.5  Late letter to collector

3.6  Sample suit for damages

4. SECTION FOUR:  CIVIL LITIGATION

4.1 Is your lawsuit frivolous?

4.2 Sample case

4.3 Have you really failed to state a claim upon which relief can be granted?

4.4 Sample Case

5. SECTION FIVE:  APPEALS

5.1 Sample state appeal

5.2 Sample federal appeal

6. SECTION SIX:  DEALING WITH ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY

6.1  Sample suit for judicial review of administrative action

6.2 Priddy v. City of Tulsa

7. SECTION SEVEN:  CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIONS

7.1  Malicious prosecution

7.2 Denial of remedy

7.3  False imprisonment/imprisonment for "contempt"

8. SECTION EIGHT:  ATTACKING THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

8.1  Remedies

8.2 Would you believe that a RACS 006 is not an assessment?

8.3  Sample of suit for violation of collection practices guidelines

8.4  Sample suit for relief of conviction for evasion and/or willful failure

9. SECTION NINE:  CIVIL RICO

9.1  Overview of Civil R.I.C.O.

9.2  First draft for a Civil R.I.C.O.

9.3  Advanced R.I.C.O.

9. SECTION TEN:  STRATEGIES

10.1  Supremacy and equal protection of the law

10.2  Affidavits

10.3  Objections

10.4  Notice of lis pendens

10.5  Preliminary injunction

10.6  Writ of mandamus

10.7  Writ of prohibition

10.8  Deposing them

10.9  Being deposed

10.10  Interrogatories

10.11  Admissions

10.12  Bankruptcy, using the law of voids under 11 U.S.C. 9014

10.13  Defending against a motion for summary judgment

10.14  Defending against a motion to dismiss

10.15  Quo Warranto (Courtesy of Marcel Bendshadler)

10.16  Complaint against a federal judge or magistrate

10.17  Using a Declaration to Compel Action

11. SECTION ELEVEN: RESOURCES

12. SECTION TWELVE: THE POLITICAL SOLUTION

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