Looking for legal representation or Amicus brief

Hi, I am a pro se litigant preparing to file for a Writ of Certiorari to the US Supreme Court alleging that Montana’s Temporary and final protective order statutes violate due process. My former psychologist got one against me. She did not even allege that there were any threats or violence (I was never even in her presence during the period in question). She simply swore out an affidavit, that was rather vague in it’s allegations, relied almost exclusively on events  that occurred 20 years ago, did not involve her, were obtained during confidential counseling sessions, and was lacking in a great deal of veracity. Yet she got the order, ex parte, then got the permanent one despite that fact that her attorney and myself agreed to a “no contact order.” Would like to find someone to file an amicus brief, or better yet, represent me.

Looking for parties to file amicus brief

Hi, I am a pro se litigant preparing to file for a Writ of Certiorari to the US Supreme Court alleging that Montana’s Temporary and final protective order statutes violate due process. My former psychologist got one against me. She did not even allege that there were any threats or violence (I was never even in her presence during the period in question). She simply swore out an affidavit, that was rather vague in it’s allegations, relied almost exclusively on events  that occurred 20 years ago, did not involve her, were obtained during confidential counseling sessions, and was lacking in a great deal of veracity. Yet she got the order, ex parte, then got the permanent one despite that fact that her attorney and myself agreed to a “no contact order.” Would like to find someone to file an amicus brief, or better yet, represent me.

A little about this book

This is a true story about events from the past year and a half in my life about two unprofessional mental health professionals and their abuse of the legal system in bringing charges against me. It also goes into the lack of ethics both with the prosecutors, the courts, and within the mental health profession.

I went through a great debate regarding leaving real names in the book. I left a few, including names that others uses, such as Susan Day, Cathi Jenni (Cathy Jenni), and Samantha at Back Office Solutions.