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Iñaki Viggers

My name is Iñaki Viggers. My primary purposes in stackexchange.com are (1) to promote knowledge of the U.S. legal system, and (2) to advise others on how to proceed when they have been unlawfully harmed. I represented myself in court, and so can you. I am here to help you.

I got a B.S. degree in Applied Mathematics (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México), a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering (Iowa State University), an actuarial background attested by several exams at the Society Of Actuaries and the Casualty Actuarial Society, and several years of experience as systems analyst and database consultant.

In 2015, I was victim of unlawful activity which was abetted by some directors/managers at the University of Michigan, my former workplace. I made the thoughtful decision to commence judicial proceedings without an attorney. This gave me first-hand knowledge of how corrupt, shameless, and blatant many judges are. The reality is that numerous innocent and injured individuals --unbeknownst to them because they retain an attorney-- are deprived of their rights by inept officers who wear a black robe and prefix their name with the misleading word "Honorable" (or "Justice", in the case of those who run their dealings in a state's supreme court).

Youtube channel One Club Of Justicides contains videos that may be of interest to people who consider representing themselves in court. There I explain various legal concepts and doctrines along with my litigation experience, point to resources for pro se litigants' legal research, give a closer look as to what judicial proceedings entail, and pinpoint instances where unbecoming judges and lawyers attempt to deceive and/or abuse the pro se litigant.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me through Youtube, my blog, or by email (the email address is displayed in many of the briefs I've uploaded, and also here and here).

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