The Jailhouse Lawyer’s Handbook

The Jailhouse Lawyer’s Handbook

Source:  The Jailhouse Lawyer’s Handbook: How to Bring a Federal Lawsuit to Challenge Violations of Your Rights in Prison How to Bring a Federal Lawsuit to Challenge Violations of Your Rights in Prison How to Bring a Federal Lawsuit to Challenge, Published by the Center for Constitutional Rights and the National Lawyers Guild Center for Constitutional Rights, 5th Edition, 2010

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Expressly, there is no “legal advice” in this post, nor blog, Dedicated to the Real Mommies and Daddies of the Real America, and to our Children who Want to Come Home, and to my Julian, sometimes described or called as “Julian’s Real Mummy, ” is not a lawyer, attorney, legal practitioner, BAR member, paralegal, nor “advocate;”

Censorship desecrates fundamental, strictly scrutinized, highly coveted Amendment I, US Constitution and its Bill of Rights applied directly to the people through the Amendment XIV, to the Federal, US Constitution and Bill of Rights, and also those rights “self-evident,” unalienable, the inalienable rights to, among so many others,, guaranteed “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” (founding, applicable, traditionally an historically based Declaration of Independence, circa 1776).

1) This post is made in good faith and it is expressly not intended for those who may seek to harass, legally abuse, intimidate, vex via repeated and baseless, retaliatory calls and/or reports to both cps and police, and this includes the alienating paternal grandmother of child and. amd  also  other maternally depriving paternal familes.l assault in any way, harm, injure, cause physical, mental or emotional anguish or “suffering” others with a frivolous or vexatious lawsuit;

(2)  Author of this blog does not own the copyright to the material contained in this post.  It should not be used for commercial or profitable gain by any individual or group of individuals who do not own the copyright to this material.

(3)  This post is only intended for educational/academic research/general knowledge, and/or entertainment purposes. It is expressly not intended for commercial use or in pursuit of a legal (unlawful) crime.  Rather, the publishers of this informative content, to the best of Author of this blog’s current knowledge and comprehension, is only intended for fairness and equal access to justice for those to whom it may or may not have been denied and insofar only as it is needed to correct a perceived injustice of meritorious proportion and to make one or one’s property whole again.

Good Luck!  “Take heart and have courage” (The Holy Bible, repeated throughout, all real versions).

“It has been said that every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.”  In the history of the world, as recorded in The Holy Bible, most apostles were at some point, if not more than one, (wrongfully) imprisoned for speaking the truth as it was dictated to them.  For, the Lord said, and Author is paraphrasing here, that “this world will hate you because you are of me.”  We were not “promised a rose garden,” now were we?  If this statement applies to your current predicament, then you have found a home and a friend in this blog and Author.  Keep fighting the Good Fight!  Veritatem Dilexi–Through Truth, Knowledge

While justice can and will be denied in proportion to its being required with action, one will find “if one seeks, one will have doors opened if one keeps knocking, and one will be given where something is persistently asked for” (The Book of Matthew, The Holy Bible, Sermon on the Mount, God speaking to Moses, on knowledge and belief).


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