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It is already possible to electronically file petitions and briefs with courts. This process can be enhanced to further facilitate judicial processes by inclusion of all relevant legal templates (i.e. subpoenas, petitions for relief, and all types of motions, etc.) on the websites of all courts and/or all law firms, and by enabling online completion and submission of the said documents by the general public and/or by attorney clients, who would have the advantage of legal assistance or having questions answered telephonically, by chat, and/or in person by designated and certified or licensed representatives regarding any aspects of the self-service software and/or legal processes for which they would need clarity…

Attorneys’/firms could charge reasonable fees for self-service consultation and/or offer discounts to clients who utilize the service to initiate and/or complete synonymous forms/briefs and to upload discoverable items or scanned documents, audio and video recordings, etc. for attorney perusal and ultimate approval…

Enabling Legal Software to Render Judicial or Preliminary Judicial Decisions

It would be most ideal, and it is actually practical for software to process legal petitions and render judicial decisions or preliminary judicial decisions based on keywords and legal definitions for described acts that would be abstracted from online legal dictionaries and state and federal reference resources.

This process would require petitioners to give statements of material facts or state specifically what happened in given scenarios, as opposed to making general or vague statements…

Once statements and any or all properly labeled evidence is electronically submitted, the proposed system would instantaneously process/deliberate the case(s), and state any and all legal claims for which petitioners may seek redress, all potential case law that may be applicable to the case, and all damages or amounts of monetary rewards to which petitioners may be entitled (The general public or client attorneys could submit cases for electronically decided judicial decisions or preliminary judicial decision).

Publication and Privatization of Cases

Petitioners should have the opting to privatize or publicize (share) their cases or all filed petitions, briefs, motions, evidence (including scanned documents and audio and/or video recordings, depositions, responses to interrogatories, requests for admissions, etc.). Inappropriate (i.e. nude) photographs and/or videos, or documents disclosing the personal demographics of parties, etc. would be blurred…

Petitioners should also have the opting to accept reasonable fees to conditionally or irreversibly privatize their cases, or to privatize any portion of briefs/petitions or evidence that they would desire to privatize.

Public Forums

Petitioners could also electronically offer their cases to the general public, news media, etc. for comments/opinions.

Utilization of Self-serving Web-based Legal or Similar Software by the EEOC, Department of Labor, etc.

Self-serving web-based legal software could also be utilized for synonymous purposes by agencies like the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Department of Labor (DOL), etc.  Similar software could also be utilized by any and all public or private agencies or companies for utilization in employee grievance processes…

In Summation

The proposed system would rectify or streamline grievous judicial processes for attorneys, judges, and pro se litigants. It would expedite cases that would ordinarily be back logged for years, empower attorneys/legal firms to substantially increase their client base, and save considerable time and resources…

The proposed system would, best of all, provide, with little margin for error, fair/unbiased judicial decisions that would establish and promote public peace and tranquility.

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