Category Archives: Guerrilla Guides to the Law

Finding Foreign Objects in Food

We get a lot of questions when someone finds a foreign object in their food along with, "Can I sue?" and my usual response is, "You need to visit with a local lawyer to examine your options."

Making Your Case Understood: The Basics of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

If the judge or jury doesn't understand your case then the likelihood is that you will lose or not get the full amount of damages. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) can help jurors absorb new information.

Representing Yourself in Court

Most people come to this website because they have been sued or want to sue somebody and don't have the money for a lawyer. Representing yourself is not something that everyone should attempt.

Coming Very Soon: The Guerrilla Guide to Preparing a Trial Notebook

We're going to depart just a little bit on the format of our next Guerrilla Guide to the Law. We're still working on The Guerrilla Guide to Applying for Social Security Disability and The Guerrilla Guide to Depositions (expected to be

The Two Most Important Parts of Representing Yourself in a Case

When I was first approached about writing the Guerrilla Guides to the Law, we made the decision that they were going to be dedicated to one topic each, there would be no specific length of book or word count required, and

The Next Guerrilla Guide – Time for Your Input

We have a couple in the works but are thinking of doing The Guerrilla Guide to Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits. There are a lot of things about applying for disability that don't work the same as you would

Now Available! – The Guerrilla Guide to Small Claims Court

We're pleased to announce that, after much editing and revising, the newest book in the Guerrilla Guides to the Law series is now available! The Guerrilla Guide to Small Claims Court is the one book that covers small claims court

Why Choose the Guerrilla Guides to the Law?

We started this website with the intent to put together a system whereby anyone can represent themselves in almost any case. First we studied the competition and invested in the books published by them. We're not going to mention any names

The Guerrilla Guide to Small Claims Court – Finished and In Editing

We just wanted to post a quick note and let our readers know that the Guerrilla Guide to Small Claims Court is completed and now in the editing phase. If anyone is in or about to be in small claims

Our Books on Representing Yourself in Court Vs Theirs

There are a lot of books and websites out there purporting to provide information on appearing pro se, pro per, aka representing youself in court. There are even some good ones. So why choose one of the Guerrilla Guides to the