William M. Windsor, candidate for U.S. House of Representatives, has introduced state legislation designed to reform the legal and judicial process. These are changes that judge-to-be Windsor says are desperately needed.
The legal systems and judicial systems in Georgia and every state in America must be reformed. Dishonesty and corruption have stolen the rights of every American.
This is Part 11 of a series of articles that will address the proposed legislation for Georgia. This proposed legislation recognizes the rights of pro se parties.
These changes are an addition to Georgia Code Title 15, Chapter 11, Article 9:
TITLE 15. COURTS
Â§ 9-11-86. Pro Se Parties
(a) Pro se parties shall be treated in a manner identical to attorneys.
(b) Pro se parties shall be given the ability to make electronic filings, if they choose.
Notes: In most courts, only attorneys are allowed to file electronically. This also enables them to file just before midnight on a due date. Pro se parties are forced to print everything, and they have to file by the time the clerk’s office closes (usually 5 pm or earlier). This inflates the cost for pro se parties, increases the costs of judicial personnel, and gives an unfair advantage to the attorneys. Pro se parties should take online training on how to use the electronic filing system, and they should have the option to save money and time by filing electronically.
(c) Each county in the State will establish an office with at least one staff attorney to assist pro se parties at no charge.
Notes: Pro se parties now represent approximately one-third of all parties in lawsuits. Pro se parties usually cannot afford attorneys. Some courts provide assistance, but most don’t. One-third of the citizens involved in the legal process must be helped.
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