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See the main article for this category, Pseudolaw.


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Pseudolaw refers to any legal theory put forth as an argument in a trial which is not accepted by a court under rule of law. Ranging from incoherent gibberish to bald-faced attempts to swindle the state, pseudolegal thinking is a very, very good way to annoy a judge to no profit of your own.

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