When you want to make a legal case against someone or something what is the best way to do it? I'm asking because I am not a lawyer and I need to make a case. I don't have time to go to law school to learn law so I'm just going to wing it.
I figure I should just start with the points that I want to make. I don't really need to concern myself with whether they make sense or not... At least not initially.
I figure that once I've outlined the points that I want and need to make I'll search case law for Judges that have agreed with my points in the past. I won't concern myself too much with actual legalese because I'm not a lawyer and I don't want to appear pretentious. I'll just stick with English because Judges already know the legal stuff.
Does this sound like a plan? I think it's a pretty good plan for a non-lawyer that requires legal intervention in a matter. anonymous 5 months ago