Complete Guide to Presenting Your Case in Court

Rules.  Strategies.  Preparation.

Get those three things down, and you’re gold.  Learn how to do it in this course.

Learn the 3 Steps to Presenting a Strong Case in Court


Know the Rules


Craft Strong Strategies


Take the Time to Prepare

Course Features

This training has helped people across the U.S. in all sorts of cases. It will help you too!

  • Easy E-Learning Format
  • Take One Lesson at a Time, Whenever You Want
  • Once You’re Ready for a New Concept, Move on to the Next
  • Go Back and Review Any Lesson, Any Time
  • Accessible on Desktop, Tablet & Mobile
  • Condensed Learning Structure Provides You With Everything You Need to Succeed…Without Any Fluff

Gain the Trial Skills of a Real Trial Lawyer

You’ll learn more about being a trial lawyer than many law students learn in 3 years!


Concise List of the Rules of Evidence with Explanations and Examples


All the Right Tools to Make the Right Objections at the Right Time


How to Craft a Compelling Opening Statement


Best Strategies for Persuasive and Memorable Closing Arguments


How to Present and Introduce Exhibits into Evidence


Everything You Need to Win Your Trial

Works for Any Type of Court Case In Any State or Jurisdiction

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Restraining Order
  • Traffic Ticket
  • Small Claims

All for One Low Price of $199

This one-time fee gets you unlimited access for as long as you need it.
No deadline. No maintenance fees. No subscription fees.

What you get is:

  • Exclusive Access To The Best Training For Pro Per (aka, Pro Se) Parties Like Yourself
  • 24/7/365 Availability, So You Have It When You Need It
  • Unlimited, Lifetime Membership…Because You NEVER Know How Long Your Case Will Last…Or When Another Case Will Arise
  • Works For Every Court In The United States
  • Great For Child Custody & Divorce Cases, Traffic Ticket Cases, Small Claims Lawsuits, Restraining Orders, Etc.
  • And So Much More…

    This training will help you:

    • How to prepare for trial and formulate your trial strategy
    • The rules of evidence
    • How and when to apply the rules of evidence in court
    • How and when to object to the opposing party’s evidence
    • How to introduce exhibits into evidence
    • How to prepare and present a strong opening statement
    • How to prepare and present a persuasive closing argument

    Course Syllabus

    Rules of Evidence

    • Introductory Remarks
    • Definitions
    • Relevance
    • Writing or Recording
    • Character Evidence and Witness
    • Credibility
    • Privileges
    • Witnesses
    • Opinions
    • Hearsay
    • Non-Hearsay
    • Hearsay Exceptions


    • Making Objections
    • Responding to Objections
    • List of Objections with Explanations


    • About Exhibits
    • Introducing Exhibits into Evidence


      • Purpose of Direct Examination
      • Types of Witnesses
      • Preparing Your Witnesses
      • Direct Examination Ground Rules
      • How to Conduct Direct Examination
      • Circumstantial Evidence vs. Direct Evidence
      • Purpose of Cross Examination
      • Facts vs. Conclusions/Opinions
      • How to Conduct Cross Examination

      Trial Strategy

      • Introduction to Trial Strategy
      • Closing Argument

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Will this work in my state?

      Yes.  The material in the course has broad application.  It will help you wherever your case is, in any court in the country.

      Where else can I get the help I need?

      We don’t know of any other resource you can go to like this one.  

      How long will it take me to get through the training?

      If you speed through it, about 2 hours.  But we recommend you take your time, an estimated 7 days.  However, you have full access to the material from the moment you purchase, so you can go through it as quickly or as slowly as you like ad come back to review it later.

      Will this course really help me?

      Yes. It contains information, instructions, examples, and explanations you will need, but it’s up to you to apply what you learn.

      How is the material in the course presented?

      All the material is presented in both audio and text format.  There are no videos.  The reason is because we want this resource to stay cheap so that it can be made available to all.  If we were to create videos, it would add to the cost…which would also put this resource out of reach of millions of people across the country.

      Why are you doing this?

      Millions of people who have represented themselves in court lost only because they didn’t know how to win.  They should have won, and they would have won…had they known how to present their case.  We don’t want that to happen to you.