I'm not a lawyer, but I have the right to "dispense" justice.
And so do you.
I'm not talking about vigilante justice that includes things reputation smearing, doxxing, ranting and raving on social media, stalking, threats, harassment, violence, destruction, or harm.
Nope. None of that is necessary.
The legal course cuts through all the BS you read about in other places, takes you from start to finish on what's really going on and shows you what you need to win.
And make it stick.
To me having the courts follow their own rules fairly, honestly, every time, is justice.
This is the kind of justice you have a right to. And even as a non-lawyer, non-legal professional, you have an absolute right to "dispense" this type of justice.
- You have a right to not be taken advantage of
- You have a right to proper due process
- You have a right for your finances to not necessarily be drained
But you don't know how to get or keep any of that without knowing the rules, ways, and strategies of the court.
The only way to start dispensing this kind of justice is by learning. The legal course shows you how to do just that.
See for yourself: http://www.keystojustice.com