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This lawsuit was dismissed and is incorrect, the correct way to write a lawsuit is as follows:
- When writing facts make sure they are not opinions like, “late” say the time, or “lies” just say what they wrote.
- You must write facts without arguing legal points or even mentioning rights violated.
- Facts must contain times, dates, and places under each numbered allegation.
- Do not make quotes or legal opinions based on events that have nothing to do with your case.
- Be descriptive, write the color of the house, these are facts and can be proven by witnesses at trial.
- Keep it simple short and to the point.
- If you are suing with your CPS case open injunctive relief may be better.
- If your case is closed they will dismiss and tell you to appeal, you can say you were not told you could appeal.
- You can not make a claim for state law violations under 1983, but should still add them to remove immunity.
- Law violations also violate your due process.
- Under facts do not use the words evil, good, bad, fun, or any words that meant you formed an opinion.
- Under claims for relief, or legal arguments is where you will write these words.
- Do not cite case law in your list of facts and never call that list “Facts” call it “Alleged Facts” because you are alleging and believing this is what happened.
- Using “Upon information and belief…” at the beginning of each fact means you are alleging the fact.
- The judge can’t rule in your favor if you just state a bunch of facts and swear they broke the law, since the judge does not know if this is truly what happened.
- The trial will prove the facts and the judge can only agree that the facts you alleged “may have happened.”