Survival of the Slickest: Everyone's Risk of Being Terrorized by Lawyers

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Citizen Control Publishing, 2006 - Law - 359 pages
Most people don?t fully realize that the American legal system is owned and operated by a profit oriented service trade. To maintain their control, they require litigants to navigate through a convoluted web of abstractions for a chance to determine if there is any justice within its flawed structure. Everyone living in America , innocent or not, is in danger of being terrorized with a "trial by ordeal"philosophy that was supposed to be eliminated by the blood of the revolutionary colonists. Within this problem, there is a golden opportunity to recover valuable resources. Newly found financial energy can be the basis of an economic boom. In a patriotic, consumer orientated manner, Survival of the Slickest introduces the basic concepts of modern litigation in simple terms, the danger to every American, and why citizens must pursue a variety of recommendations.
 

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