Welcome to Judicialpedia: a place to get peaceful justice, have your voice heard to Make America’s Judiciary Accountable


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  • Change your username and Password.
  • Hover over your username — you will find a drop down menu that will give you several choices:
  • You will be able to track your case how many times it is viewed — or shared.

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Add Your Case or Complaint

  • Fill out the form and submit.
  • It will then upload onto the state page — where you can visit and see other cases:
    • You will be able to upload 1 photo
    • Links to documents
    • Social media
    • You can come back and update your case in real time

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Add your Case

Fill out the form and submit it to be added to the database of other injustices that have occurred.

Share your Story

Your story will be publicly available for everybody to read, review, and share with others.

Justice is Blind

JudicialPedia was founded to create a new view of the judiciary and give us the big data we need to hold the judiciary accountable from the plaintiff and or defendants’ side of what happened in the courtroom.

JudicialPedia gives a voice to those denied Justice in the Courts.

JudcialPedia is excited to announce the inclusion of several countries in North America, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, and Oceania to add cases.

This is your opportunity to tell your story of what took place in the courtroom while sharing your case.  This is your opportunity to “Stand Up” and “Speak Out” about what happened to you. We are working on adding the resources you need to protect your rights in the courts. To ensure that our Judges deal with each case without bias, and or prejudices, but fairly as required by law, the United States Constitution,  the Judicial Canons, their Oath of Office, and the Professional Code of Ethics as most Judges are also licensed lawyers.
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The Constitution of the United States of America

Never Forget that the United States Constitution is the Supreme Law.  Know the 5th & 14th Amendments have to do with your right to Due Process:  nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. As Americans, we should never FEAR walking into a courtroom.

When you do not have Due Process in court – Have your voice heard, add your Case and/or your Complaint here