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Overcoming Jury Bias - This particular paper is not about the law. It is an excellent presentation on how to win a case by influencing the jury and judge, how to access the unconscious and conscious mind at the same time. It is the psychology of how a jury decides, what influences them, and how to persuade them, through the science of NLP. You may know that NLP (neurolinguistic programming) is being used everywhere, in advertising, political speeches, mind control, rehabilitation and reprogramming, and in the courtroom. For example, juries make decisions based on emotions, and later they check out the evidence to see if it matches their feelings. First emotion, then logic. This information is extremely important, especially if opposing counsel is well versed in NLP. But as far as trial, it is really the lawyer who needs such information and skill. It may not be taught in law school, but no doubt it will be in the future.
Alabama Circuit Courts - By County
Alabama Criminal Court of Appeals
Alabama Judicial Circuits - map showing each county
Federal, State & Local Courts and Caselaw - A good court and case law site.
International Court of Justice - February 7, 2003 - List of Judges: THE HAGUE, 7 February 2003. At a private meeting held yesterday the judges of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) elected the members of the Court's Chambers and Committees.
Contempt of Court - June 6, 2003 - We hope this will lighten things up a bit.
Court Watchers - April 13, 2004 - Court Watchers Says, Take Back Your Country. Never, Never, Never Vote For A Lawyer!
Acts of Injustice - In the following pages, you will read trial cases where free will was used in a subverted manner to commit an act of injustice against another human being. In each case, the innocent trusted the system and were betrayed. Your faith in the justice system will be tested. You will have feelings of, "yea sure, so and so is innocent, they all say that", but .....never forget - you trust those around you fully, don't you? You trust the justice system 100% to protect you from a wrongful accusation or incarceration, don't you? The people inside these pages trusted the justice system, just like you do and now suffer the ultimate loss - freedom.
Breaking the Rules - Who suffers when a prosecutor is cited for misconduct? Local prosecutors in many of the 2,341 jurisdictions across the nation have stretched, bent or broken rules to win convictions, the Center has found. Since 1970, individual judges and appellate court panels cited prosecutorial misconduct as a factor when dismissing charges, reversing convictions or reducing sentences in over 2,000 cases. In another 500 cases, appellate judges offered opinions-either dissents or concurrences-in which they found the misconduct warranted a reversal. In thousands more, judges labeled prosecutorial behavior inappropriate, but upheld convictions using a doctrine called "harmless error."
Citizens' Rule Book - Here is a site outlining the principle of the "fully informed jury" and "jury nullification" I personally advocate. It also defines once and for all the true meaning of "A Jury of Your Peers."
Court Lets Experts Challenge Witnesses' Accuracy in Trials - By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr. - May 9, 2001
The Fully Informed Jury - Welcome to the jury power page! Information Please - to familiarize yourself with the amazing power of criminal trial jurors to decide, according to their own conscience, whether or not to apply the law in the case before them.
Fully Informed Jury Association - (FIJA): FIJA is a non-profit educational association whose mission is to inform all Americans about their rights, powers and responsibilties when serving as trial jurors. FIJA also seeks to restore the political function of the jury as the final check and balance on the American system of government. It is supported by tax-deductible contributions and foundation grants
Interactive Map of Federal Courts
Jail 4 Judges: - J.A.I.L. is a proposed amendment to the California Constitution as a check against judicial misconduct and abuse of power. The initiative creates three statewide Special Grand Juries in California for the sole purpose of investigating complaints against judges. The Special Grand Juries will have the power to sanction judges by levying fines and forfeitures against them; and for third-time offenses, removal from the bench. The Special Grand Juries will also have the power to indict judges and subject them to criminal proceedings before special trial juries who may sentence as well as convict the offending judge.
February 12, 2004 - The following two articles were prepared by Dwight Callaway.
Jury Nullification
Judical Lying
Dear Sherry -
Just found your site looking for articles with titles similar to one of mine. I am enclosing two articles I have written. One two pages and one longer. If you would like to post them at your site, please do. I, of course, support what you are doing but haven't had a chance to read a lot there. I live in Boise, but am a 1969 Auburn grad. Navy ROTC. Industrial Engineering. Hometown was Jackson, MS. You're probably a Bama fan? Read my stuff anyway. I guarantee you will like it. My goal is to create a peaceful jury revolution and totally overthrow the corrupt judiciary. In "transform" I explain why and how it will happen. I have more stuff on what to do about the judges, that I'm working on. Think "psychological warfare".
God bless, Dwight Callaway
Redress, INC. - March 3, 2006 - Redress, Inc. is a forward thinking 501c3 nonprofit corporation formed to serve people traumatized by the American Justice System, and by corruption or incompetence by those in positions of authority. Our involvement includes: redress in our courtrooms (judges, lawyers and court personnel); law enforcement (at all levels); social help programs funded by state or federal monies; and federal programs that involve our daily lives, and more...
U.S. Courts - U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. District Courts, U.S. Bankruptcy Couts - This page is maintained by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts on behalf of the U.S. Courts. The purpose of this site is to function as a clearinghouse for information from and about the Judicial Branch of the U.S. Government.