Jurisdictionary Review

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Background on Product:

Frederick D. GravesJurisdictionary was created by Dr. Frederick D. Graves who has been a lawyer since 1986. The product has been around since 1997 and seems to be the only product of it’s kind.

 

 

 

Product Claim(s):

Jurisdictionary teaches people how to win in court, with or without a lawyer. It explains the fundamentals of our American Justice System.

List of likes:

  • Explains everything in layman’s terms
  • very easy to follow
  • has lots of supporting documents to further your education
  • has an audio version for people on the go
  • Is laid out in an orderly fashion
  • Lots of examples of each point
  • relatively short and highly informative
  • Very good info-graphics
  • leaves the door open for creative strategies
  • Is a solid foundation
  • Covers all the basics

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  • The website has extra support which is a plus

List of dislikes:

  • The voice used sounds like a 90’s sex education video one would see in high school. Very monotone and unexciting. If you are having a hard time falling asleep, just turn on Jurisdictionary (though the audio is more lively);
  • There is no explanation of how or if the information is applicable to criminal cases (though there is a new product he has created to address this on the site);
  • He constantly takes shots at “alternative” ways of approaching court , like the standard way is the only effective method of dealing with legal matters. But this does not take away from the value of the information.

Final Verdict:

I’ve had Jurisdictionary for a while now and any strategy on court without a foundation is a potential catastrophe. With new “gurus” popping up everyday with “new” esoteric ways of handling court, you’ll be able to see that or understand better why that guru’s strategy may or may not work (consistently at least).

Jurisdictionary really helps you to avoid pitfalls and common mistakes. Comprehending the subjects discussed gives confidence and removes fear (though this doesn’t speak to any corruption that may ensue) from the whole legal procedure. With the ability to fathom the techniques used, you’ll be able to see and predict common lawyer tricks. After digesting Jurisdictionary, I can now easily predict and discern how most lawyers will react to or why they reacted in a certain manner to our gambits.

Whether you’re in a lawsuit or not, having this information will give you the foresight to see and prepare and avoid potential lawsuits. For this peace of mind in this litigious society, with statistics like:

  • One attorney for every 254 (over 1.2 million lawyers)
  • 15 million lawsuits will be filed in 2011 across the U.S.
  • A new lawsuit every 2 seconds
  • One lawsuit for every 12 adults

Jurisdictionary is an investment that will pay for itself when you can notice all the matters that you will be able to foresee, avoid and/or handle like a boss.

money-back-guarantee Just buy it now. Put it on your short-term wish list. I don’t know what else I can say. My understanding went through the roof after getting Jurisdictionary.  You’re only wasting your time pondering to buy or not. It even has a money back guarantee! You have literally nothing to loose, but soooooooooooooo much to gain! I don’t know how serious anyone can be about learning this legal game without this tool (unless you already know the same information).  I don’t see the point of law school when you have Jurisdictionary, a law library (in most areas where a lot of expensive items are free) and law T.V. shows to see strategies that can be utilized outside of the basic knowledge to win in court. If you think in anyway that Jurisdictionary costs too much, you don’t want to spend the money or the knowledge isn’t worth it, please just stop coming to this site, stop watching YouTube videos on the subject (unless it’s just entertainment for you), stop wasting your time and find something worth putting an earnest effort into.

200guaranteeI’m that serious. If I sold this product, I’d give you a double money back guarantee if you weren’t satisfied. But I don’t have that power, so a normal money back guarantee will have to suffice.

 

 

 

For those who have Jurisdictionary, or recently bought it, please leave your feedback on what you think about the product in the comments.

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One Response to “Jurisdictionary Review”

  1. Matt Z | March 6, 2013 at 13:35 #

    I 100% agree with the information contained in this post. I have Jurisdictionary (JD), and my understanding also went through the roof after a couple weeks of studying JD (reading, taking notes, discussing) with a group of people with similar interests. I have used forms contained in JD as base templates which I manipulated to suit my own issues and filed into Federal District Court. Using JD, I have not had anything thrown out of court because my filings were incorrect. JD in and of itself is a great resource to start learning how the civil court system works. My suggestion is to really study JD BEFORE you have a court issue on your doorstep. This will afford you plenty of time and a low stress level to really internalize the principles contained in this resource. Now, once you are in the heat of the battle, understand that you will need other resources to supplement the basics contained in JD (you need to have the civil procedure rules and local rules for the court that you are litigating in, as well as access to case law and any administrative guidance related to your cause of action to formulate a competent strategy and execute); however, in my experience, JD built the foundation of my understanding of the legal system, and because I now have that knowledge, reading statutes, case law, and other documents filled with legal jargon make a whole lot of sense within the framework that I first gained from studying JD. I receive no kick back from JD, except the peace of mind and real $avings knowing that I can win a lawsuit without a lawyer. Buy that shit.

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