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LEGAL DOCUMENT PREPARATION FOR PEOPLE WHO REPRESENT THEMSELVES (Los Angeles (all 50 states)

FIRST, I AM NOT A LAWYER, BUT I’VE BEEN DRAFTING LEGAL DOCUMENTS FOR OVER 30 YEARS. I WAS TAUGHT HOW TO DO THIS BY A FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTOR WHO TRAINED ME FOR OVER 3 YEARS.

AFTER MY TRAINING, I FILED A FEDERAL LAWSUIT AGAINST FEDERAL EMPLOYEES AND I PROSECUTED MY CASE IN FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT IN ARIZONA. I PREPARED ALL OF THE DOCUMENTS MYSELF AND GAVE MY ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE CHIEF FEDERAL JUDGE. I WON THE CASE, BUT THE GOVERNMENT APPEALED THE CASE TO THE 9TH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.

I PREPARED MY LEGAL DOCUMENTS MYSELF, AND I GAVE MY ORAL ARGUMENT WITHOUT THE ASSISTANCE OF AN ATTORNEY, IN FRONT OF THE CHIEF JUDGE OF THE 9TH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS, ALEX KOZINSKI, WHO SAID “I WAS BETTER THAN MOST ATTORNEYS WHO CAME BEFORE HIM”. OBVIOUSLY, A HUGE COMPLIMENT FROM A FEDERAL JUDGE!

I WON THE APPEAL IN SPITE OF 2 ASSISTANT ATTORNEYS WHO REPRESENTED THE DEFENDANT WITH MUCH MORE EXPERIENCE THAN I HAD.

The growth of pro se litigants can be attributed to the high cost of litigation, anti-lawyer sentiment, and the advent of do-it-yourself law services. However, self-represented litigants may still need legal representation in order to navigate the litigation process.

Legal ghostwriting is one way in which clients can receive legal counsel while maintaining control of their case and avoiding higher legal costs. Attorneys offering legal ghostwriting services often charge a flat fee rather than billing by the hour as is typical for full-service attorneys, but they charge much more than I do.

I’M A PROFESSIONAL LEGAL GHOSTWRITER AND HAVE OVER 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH PREPARING LEGAL DOCUMENTS IN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES, AND I’M VASTLY LESS EXPENSIVE THAN ATTORNEYS!

One must recognize the extent to which Pro Se litigants receive special lenience in the courts. It is well-established that Pro Se pleadings are held to less stringent standards than formal pleadings drafted by lawyers. The generous manner in which courts construe Pro Se pleadings is not limited to giving the pleaded facts their maximum effect. Some courts also recognize possible legal causes of action suggested by the facts alleged in the pleading, even if the pleading itself makes no mention of such causes of action. Further, courts must also give Pro Se litigants wide leeway to amend deficient complaints and must explain to the litigant why such complaints are legally deficient and how they might be amended. In other words, the court must do more than simply advise the Pro Se plaintiff that his complaint needs to be shorter and more concise. Also, the lenient reading of Pro Se pleadings applies not only to motions for dismissal on the pleadings, but also extends to Pro Se responses to motions for summary judgment against them. Finally, courts will tolerate substantial procedural errors by Pro Se litigants that would not otherwise be permitted.

I CHARGE A FLAT RATE FEE FOR PREPARING YOUR LEGAL DOCUMENTS. THE FEE IS BASED ON WHAT COURT DOCUMENTS NEED TO BE FILED. THERE IS NO GUARANTEE OF THE OUTCOME OF YOUR CASE!

YOU CAN CALL ME ANYTIME FOR A FREE CONSULTATION. I’M AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK AND IF YOU LEAVE ME A MESSAGE, I WILL CALL YOU BACK THE SAME DAY.

STEVEN
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