Category Archives: Trial Theory

How to Win a Legal Argument

Lessons In Law: How to Win a Legal Argument People are often confused about what is meant by a legal argument. When they think of the word “argument” they think of two people quarreling over a particular topic. Sometimes the

Why Pro Se Parties Lose

As usual, we were prowling the internet and looking over some of the forums where people who are representing themselves gather to discuss their issues and what we found was absolutely frightening. First, a word of warning. People should 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

Pro Se Parties Should Think…Then Act

​If you have read through the articles on this website then you know that not only do we believe that a person deciding to handle a lawsuit themselves is not only appropriate but in some cases can even be more

Why Humans Make Unreliable Eyewitnesses

Many trial lawyers use eyewitness testimony in court to prove or disprove evidence.  Eyewitness testimony is one of the most unreliable pieces of evidence which can be presented yet many jurors still give the most credit to an eyewitness statement,