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I am NOT an attorney.
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It is my first amendment public statement.

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Find Your Rules

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           READING AND SEARCHING YOUR RULES is a prerequisite to successful litigation. You need to evaluate each rule to determine if it will be or could be used in your present litigation. If you are reading the rules from a PDF file then that is best. You can make a list of keywords for each rule so that you can find it easily again. Put the keywords in a note inside the pdf file and save it there at that spot. The goal is that you will always be able to find the rule or law when you need it by doing word searches. Becoming familiar with the rules and law is something that needed to be done years ago, but I am taking you by the hand to the information you will need. DO NOT BECOME DISCOURAGED! Many of the paragraphs in these rules have absolutely nothing to do with your case. If so then, SKIP OVER THEM. Only catalogue or note the ones you might use, and because they relate to your case, treat your catalogue like gold because it saves you from reading through the damn things twice and three times or ten times. Take special note of rules that seem to show a flow of the litigation, like URCP 12 where it says they filed, then you filed something, then they file something then this happens and that happens. Look for and take note where it tells how to author a motion, the fonts and margins and things like that. Take special note of the sections that calculates time. It might be a good thing to go through the rules, all of them and make lists of things, such as motions because those are ways and means the court is looking for and it would do you well to file something the judge is looking for than something that is off the wall. It is good to make a list of all cited court cases in all the notes and all the rules. These are the precedent the court is looking for that deal with the rule wherein it is cited. It is better to cite valid case law than spend hours reading endless cases that when cited will only be rejected by the court. Rather find a recent book written on the subject matter of your litigation and first research the case law cited there. That's an easier and more productive method than reading the case law out of the books in the library. If you can master the search wildcards, google scholar is a wonderful way to research case law. It also helps to anticipate the language used in the cases you would be searching for. Please note that case law outside the jurisdiction of the appellate court is next to worthless. Utah is within the jurisdiction of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. So I would only search for case law from that court, among its decisions. The only time a case from another district would be valid is if there exists no rulings dealing with the subject material from the Tenth Circuit Court. For example note the Bifurcated Divorce document located in the sample documents. It cites California case law, because it may have never reached the appealate level in the Tenth Circuit. But my suspicion is that its been copied hundreds of times. I can't believe with the multitude of divorces that nobody in the Tenth Circuit ever Bifurcated to date. It may be that the Bifurcated Divorce document was just some template that was floating around. I don't know, but it did work before. Thats why I have it here. The Bifurcated Divorce was granted. If you use that as a template you may want to find case law for your jurisdiction to go with it.


1: The Rules of Civil Procedure.

2: The Rules of Criminal Procedure.

3: The Rules of Evidence. (This includes the most common objections list.)

4: The Rules of Professional Conduct and Judicial Conduct.

5: The Rules that govern the actions of the judge as he sits on the bench, because YOU MUST CONTROL THE JUDGE BY LETTING HIM KNOW YOU WILL APPEAL EVERYTHING HE RULES ON THAT IS CONTRARY TO HIS JOB DESCRIPTION!!!!!!!! And when he sees you quoting those rules, there is nothing he can do but respect your pleadings and not your opponents.

6: State and Federal Constitutions and State Statues. (Generally the Husband and Wife code and titles that govern administrations, the judiciary and crime, because in my opinion, these people are criminals. If the majority of your legislature were not criminals you would not be fighting this fight, having committed no crime and yet having your property taken from you and delivered to another class of citizen.)

7: The Rules of Appellate Procedure. Appeals can be expensive. Make them count.

8: Case Law appropriate to your circuit and jurisdiction. Case Law cannot be listed here. It must be researched by you and I will eventually address it. But until then use "Google Scholar." Once you master search wildcards, its a pretty good place to find valid case law in your jurisdiction.


           Here you will want to find and download all these sets of rules listed above and save them in pdf format. (A good way to do this is to use the Bullzip PDF Printer which is completely free software.) The files are named differently in each state so just use common sense and download the corresponding files. For instance "Canons of Judicial Ethics" is the same in one state as "Rules of Judicial Conduct" in another. It's just all common sense type stuff. Get the ones you need off the page links provided. It is good to become familiar with the main page of rules because some states have district courts operating under different sets of rules. Some states have separated out paperwork formatting from the Rules of Civil Procedure into another set of rules. It is your responsibility to go to the page you need and study it. Like I said before, make a spreadsheet of the rules and list exactly what each set of rules are for so that when you are stumped you can find what you need. But don't let all the junk obfuscate what you actually need, which are usually only the items in the list above.


           Also it is not possible for me to do all this myself. Remember I have a day job and it has nothing to do with this. I do this website in my spare time. I need good people out there who will collect these rules for each state as I have done with Utah already and put them in PDF format and then send me the links where I can upload them to this site for all others to use. Its unbelievably stressful being shoved into court as it is. We need to band together to help each other and this is one way to contribute to the cause. I will give each person who contributes honourable mentions in each file or on a separate page for the work they have done for the cause. My contact information is in the footer at the bottom of each page.




Alabama

Rules All On One Page




Alaska

Rules All On One Page




Arizona

Rules All On One Page




Arkansas

Rules All On One Page




California

Rules All On One Page




Colorado

Rules All On One Page




Connecticut

Rules All On One Page




Delaware

Rules All On One Page
Thank you Delaware for making a mess of your rule page. Civil Procedure rules are on the left side three quarters down the page.




District of Columbia

Rules All On One Page




Florida

Rules All On One Page




Georgia

Rules All On One Page




Guam

Rules All On One Page




Hawaii

Rules All On One Page




Idaho

Rules All On One Page




Illinois

Rules All On One Page




Indiana

Rules All On One Page




Iowa

Rules All On One Page




Kansas

Rules All On One Page




Kentucky

Rules All On One Page
They have hidden them well, but they are all on this page.




Louisiana

Rules All On One Page




Maine

Rules All On One Page




Maryland

Rules All On One Page




Massachusetts

Rules All On One Page




Michigan

Rules All On One Page




Minnesota

Rules All On One Page




Mississippi

Rules All On One Page




Missouri

Rules All On One Page




Montana

Rules All On One Page




Nebraska

Rules All On One Page




Nevada

Rules All On One Page




New Hampshire

Rules All On One Page




New Jersey

Rules All On One Page




New Mexico

Rules All On One Page




New York

Rules All On One Page




North Carolina

Rules All On One Page




North Dakota

Rules All On One Page




Ohio

Rules All On One Page




Oklahoma

Rules All On One Page




Oregon

Rules All On One Page




Pennsylvania

Rules All On One Page




Rhode Island

Rules All On One Page




South Carolina

Rules All On One Page




South Dakota

Rules All On One Page




Tennessee

Rules All On One Page




Texas

Rules All On One Page




Utah

          Utah's Rules All On One Page




With these links you can download and save or print the rules individually. These files are all in PDF format.

          Utah Rules of Civil Procedure


          Utah Rules of Criminal Procedure


          Utah Rules of Evidence


          Utah Rules of Appellate Procedure


          Utah Supreme Court's "Code of Judicial Administration" This file, as well as two titles in the Utah Statutes below, contain the Rules of professional conduct for both Lawyers and Judges, for both their private as well as occupational behaviour; as well as their JOB DESCRIPTIONS! and a host of other things you need to know so that you don't get screwed over.

          Utah Statutes



           The rules are powerful, because you can literally control the judge and every other monkey in the courtroom using rules. These rules are your Axe, Cimeter, Sword and Shield. Nobody cares if you got cheated on or if she poisoned your food or if someone killed your dog or scratched the paint on your truck. These rules are where you need to focus your anger, your energy and your thoughts. The Court is like a loaded gun. When the judge fires off a round (order or ruling) you would do well to remember that one well placed shot (motion) will bring down a raging elephant. Let each shot be a direct hit on the petitioner! If you cry on the judges shoulder, and tell him how mean and unforgiving she is, he may even cry and sympathize with you but he will definitely rule against you. What the hell good is that? Those things are not rules! Leave your emotions outside the courtroom and focus on the rules. Rules are the trigger of the rifle. You motion is your aim. The power of the court is your gunpowder. Go get your balls and sew them back on. Without your balls all you have is smoke and a loud noise.




Vermont

Rules All On One Page




Virgin Islands

Rules All On One Page




Virginia

Rules All On One Page




Washington

Rules All On One Page




West Virginia

Rules All On One Page




Wisconsin

Rules All On One Page




Wyoming

Rules All On One Page




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