If someone asked you to play a round of golf and you had no idea how the game was played or the rules, and tried to hit a bowling ball you brought with a tennis racket, a baseball bat and a hammer and you couldn't get near the hole, would you blame the golf course? Tiger Woods? The PGA? The Scots? Would you feel there's "no justice"? Would you feel the sport of golf is "corrupt" and "fixed"?
And what are you going to "publicize"? That you are naive and lacking in cluefulness? Why do you think it takes lawyers three years to get a special education in the law, and how the courts work, and classes in things like "civil procedure" and "rules of evidence" and then have to pass a tough exam to appear in court, and then have to keep practicing and doing case-specific research for each matter?
I don't know how to disassemble my car engine or do brain surgery. I've had no training in those things. If I tried them and the results were a botch, would that be "society's fault" or my fault?
Have you ever watched a TV show like Law and Order, Court TV, or a trial on TV. I know cameras are allowed in the courtrooms in Florida and there are real live trials on TV every day. Do you really think you can just go to court without a lawyer and win your case when the other side is represented?
You are in need of a reality check.
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