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October 13, 2017

Some people have expressed their pessimism on the Crowdjustice Facebook page about our efforts to create a new option for resolving money disputes. One person even suggested that this effort could trigger angry mob mentality. Much of the pessimism, I believe, flows fro...

September 26, 2017

Hey Peops (or is it peeps?)! Hope all is great with you and that the new school year has started off well.

As you know, my sister Natasha and I are college students hoping to build this amazing new website for you. But as fellow students, you're well aware of the money...

August 1, 2017

When Honda designs and manufactures a car, they source and assemble everything that's needed for the car to run for 100,000 miles or more. Everything but the fuel. Yes, they provide a small amount of fuel to ensure it gets from the manufacturing floor to the showroom a...

July 15, 2017

A key reason why today's juries tend to have 12 people is that the Welsh king Morgan of Gla-Morgan, who established jury trials in 725 A.D., decided upon the number, linking the judge and jury to Jesus and his Twelve Apostles. This set the precedent. (The Mathematics o...

June 26, 2017

Small claims court fails to serve millions of people like us with money-related disputes. We have a solution that requires a large movement against The Establishment. Through your support of the Crowdjustice movement (please join by adding your name and email, located...

June 12, 2017

What brings you here? Bored? Curious? Give me a few minutes and I'll take you on a little journey.

I'm Jordan Bayless, a student at the University of Colorado. I'm pissed but inspired.

I was shafted by a roommate who left me to pay his rent balance when he left college....

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