The fundamentals of legal structure that I learned (and modified my preliminary legal training) through the Jurisdictionary instruction continues to be essential to me. I cannot speak to the particulars because of a pending settlement, but I am on the verge of getting an out of court payment against a defendant in a civil suit. It is a property management firm.
That's powerful. I have used Jurisdictionary to enable me to plead a case through four years of litigation and an appeal to the Ninth District's Circuit Court of Appeals; I was even going to be given an oral argument hearing. That again, is powerful.
I am no more intelligent than any of you, that is, we all have the ability to learn what we choose to have value and meaning. To be able to defend or litigate for oneself is a great accomplishment. I wholeheartedly encourage you to purchase the materials. They are yours to go back for reference and there are many resources within it. Worth every cent, believe me.