Graduate Studies in the United States

Myself with Assistant Professor, Mr Robert Griffith, in an Algebra lecture Graduate Studies in Florida (Old plans) Flag of the United States of America Flag of the 'State of Florida'; The Sunshine State

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Law school has become one of my primal interests, lately. I have suffered quite a bit in the United States & have been discriminated & denied the most basic constitutional rights. I feel that as a lawyer, I will be in a better position, to defend/acquit myself of all the charges brought up against me in Illinois & Florida.
[In Springfield, Illinois, I was accused but not convicted in a court of law. I was terminated from my job & told by the people of Springfield, that included politicians; business elites, to go to Memorial Hospital and apologize to the lady Doctor. My judgment, was left on the vote of the people, to decide whether I could go & see her or not. Ever since 1989, I have been trying to meet this lady Doctor. But this seems to be a herculean task or mission impossible.] I have a true story to tell the American people, of what happened in my life, in Springfield, Illinois. I was wrongfully accused, punished, humiliated, discriminated & denied the most basic constitutional rights.
I think as a policeman / lawyer, I will be in a better position to explain to the people or better still acquit myself of all the accusations, due to which I have suffered immensely. I do not mind, enrolling at a University and getting a Law degree (Juris Doctor); just for the heck of it ! I am still capable of doing that ! I will just have to go school full-time & be in the proper environment and study mode. I definitely cannot work 7 days a week & expect to complete Law School.
- St. Thomas University School of Law

- University of Miami School of Law