Category Archives: Judges

Writing a Letter to a Judge

Many people in a court case want to write a letter to the judge to explain their side of the story. Each state has its own rules regarding judicial conduct, one universal rules is that judges are NOT allowed

Offers of Proof – Preserving Error in Trial

Information on an Offer of Proof and preserving error can be gained by researching case law, reading the Rules of Civil Procedure or Rules of Court, and practicing. If you have never been in a trial then we suggest

I Need to Write a Letter to the Judge…

No you don't. You may think you do, but you don't. I am amazed at the number of people who decide that they want to represent themselves and believe that what they need to do in response to an action

Excellent Information for Pro Se Litigants

We don't link to other people's websites very often because the information is often wrong and even more often outdated. However, while looking for questions that need answers we came across the following podcast/transcript in which a former judge talks about

Top Mistakes by People Representing Themselves in a Lawsuit

As our friends at Jurisdictionary pointed out in a recent email, people who choose to represent themselves do so for two main reasons: 1) They don't have the money to spend on a lawyer; and 2) They simply don't want