Imagine you have in your life someone who doesn’t like you for whatever reason. That person has bad-mouthed you in your mutual circles and beyond for a number of years.
Now imagine that this person decides to go after you legally. He charges you with something pretty significant. You could lose everything, including your job. You immediately share information publicly that demonstrates the charge is clearly false. He doesn’t care. He continues to push. Then, because he also has legal power due to his job, he decides to start calling witnesses against you. You, however, will not be calling witnesses.
And, by the way, he will be presiding over the trial so he will be both your accuser and judge.
These witnesses are called without … Continue Reading