Never send original documents, such as sales contracts, insurance policies and invoices, unless required by the court.
Body Copy After addressing the letter, you will start by clearly stating who you are — your first and last name — as well as your occupation and your state of residence. Write in the language you are fluent in, whether or not that is English.
McDowell, J. A victim can write his or her own victim statement as well, which is quite impactful since he or she is the person most closely affected by the came.
A in creative writing and enjoys writing legal blogs and articles. Type the Name and Address of the Judge or Court Staff Leave one blank line of space below your name and address and type the name of the judge or the name of a member of the court staff for whom your letter is intended.
But remember, grammar and spelling checkers are not fool-proof, so proofread your letter a couple of times before finalizing it. Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Ind. You are addressing a lead member of the court, and threatening letters will definitely get you in trouble with the law.
If you choose to write the letter by hand, again — use high-quality paper and stay away from lined paper. In general, you should refer to a judge named John Jones as "The Honorable John Jones" on the envelope and heading of the letter.
Then describe the purpose of the letter. Don't worry about stating it elegantly, just say it clearly. Write Your Contact Information Leave one blank line of space below the date and then type your name and address on the left.