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Civil Rights Classes To Re-Open In South Florida

Civil Rights Classes To Re-Open In South Florida

Hello, my name is Terry Ingram, pro se litigant and founder of “Law In Simple Terms”. I am a former police officer from south Florida who has developed an easy to comprehend course of classes for laypersons which teach the application of civil rights in the face of government confrontation and much, much more. One of the purposes of these classes is to educate government, and particularly the Law Enforcement community, on the true nature of its relationship with the American people through acquired knowledge and the use of self representation in law suits, both civil and criminal. The government, as well as Law Enforcement, use a plethora of rules, regulations and statutes to keep its citizenry in their place. For the past 20 years, I have simply and successfully been teaching the converse.

I will be offering weekly low cost civil rights classes in south Florida (tri-county area), of which the first will be a free introductory class. I have not had the disadvantage, nor am I encumbered by membership to any bar association. I do however have a unique understanding of jurisprudence, having served 6 years in the military, 12 years in law enforcement and more than 20 years experience teaching pro se litigation.

Date, Time and Location: Classes will be held weekly and generally in the evenings in Dade, Broward or Palm Beach Counties, depending on interest.

To signify your interest in classes in your area, or for any further question please contact Terry Ingram at 954-391-3587 or e-mail me at TerryIngram@live.com

L.I.S.T. CURRICULUM
(SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE)

WEEK SUBJECT
1. Status in Law
2. Jurisdiction/Statutory Law vs. Common Law
3. Property vs. Rights (quiz 1)
4. Money vs. Bills of Credit
5. The Law Enforcement Growth Industry/The Right to Contract vs. License
6. Crime Scene/Search and Seizure (quiz 2)
7. Probable Cause/Reasonable Suspicion/Incarceration
8. Common Law vs. Equity
9. The Constitution and your Bill of Rights (quiz 3)
10. Separation of powers/Exclusionary rule/Brown v. Texas (Identification)/Terry v. Ohio (Terry Frisk Rule)
11. Informations/criminal Law and Assembling Your Criminal Case "An Overview"
12. Defensive Postures – Criminal (quiz 4)
13. Prosecutor's Side of the Case/License Issue/Public Prosecutor
14. Police Powers of the State
15. Complaints/Petitions (quiz 5)
16. Obstructing and Delaying Police/Courtroom Procedure
17. Pleadings
18. Police Misconduct, False Arrest, False Imprisonment, Malicious Prosecution and Causes of Action (quiz 6)
19. Pure Trusts/Asset Protection
20. IRS issue
21. Deeds vs. Allodial Title (quiz 7)
22. Investigating Your Case
23. Revocation/Rescission and Notice of Revocation/Rescission of Signature and Power of Attorney
24. Review and FINAL EXAM OF BASIC COURSE
ADVANCED COURSE PART II

25. Pretrial Hearings And Motions Part 1
26. Pretrial Hearings And Motions Part 2
27. What The Plaintiff Must Prove - Civil Case (quiz 8)
28. What The Defendant Must Prove - Civil Case
29. Jury Styles/Voir Dire
30. Opening Statement (quiz 9)
31. Direct Examination - Part 1
32. Direct Examination - Part 2
33. Making And Responding To Objections - Part 1 (quiz 10)
34. Making And Responding To Objections - Part 2
35. Exhibits Part 1
36. Exhibits Part 2 (quiz 11)
37. Rules Of Evidence
38. Cross Examination - Part 1
39. Cross Examination - Part 2 (quiz 12)
40. Closing Argument - Part 1
41. Closing Argument - Part 2
42. Organizing A Trial Notebook (quiz 13)
43. Expert Witnesses Part 1
44. Expert Witnesses Part 2
45. Legal Research
46. Appeals Process and Appellate Briefs
47. Mock Court (Traffic) - Part 1 (quiz 14)
48. Mock Court (Traffic) - Part 2
49. Mock Jury Trial (Voir Dire and Opening Statement)
50. FINAL EXAM OF ADVANCED COURSE AND REVIEW



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