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Volunteer Agreement

PLEASE READ BEFORE USING OUR SITE. THESE TERMS CONTAIN A MANDATORY ARBITRATION PROVISION AND A WAIVER OF CLASS ACTION REMEDIES. PLEASE REVIEW THESE TERMS CAREFULLY AS THEY AFFECT YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS

It is understood and agreed to that the Parties, Justice Journee (party one) & _____________________________(party two, service provider) to this Agreement would each like to provide the other with certain information that may be considered confidential. To ensure the protection of such information and in consideration of the agreement to exchange said information, the parties agree as follows:

Justice Journee reserves the right to change this disclaimer at any time. Updated versions of these Terms and Conditions will appear on this website and are effective immediately. You are responsible for regularly reviewing this these Terms and Conditions. Continued use of this website after any such changes constitutes your consent to such changes. Images on the site include actor portrayals of lawyers or clients.

For the purposes of this agreement, users may receive the following assistance as requested. Assistance will be limited to:

  1. Publicly available information in one location
  2. Free court filings examples
  3. Process Serving
  4. Proofreading
  1. Suggestions only
  1. Grammar
  1. Non-legal
  1. Punctuation
  2. Paragraph Numbering and/or Lettering
  3. Paragraph Title Spelling and Punctuation
  1. Organization
  2. Courier Services
  3. Last minute In-court Filing
  4. Notary Services
  5. Advocacy
  6. In Court Support
  7. Pro Se Community
  8. Surveillance
  9. Skip Tracing

OBLIGATION

Together we are stronger. This contract will become void at the time of your membership expiring or volunteering time has lapsed. At the time of your exit, you will no longer have access to the online repository regardless of how much time, energy, effort, money, or anything has been used.

You agree to

  1. At all times possible conduct yourself in an ethical and professional manner.
  2. Conduct your work in the best way possible.
  3. Be ontime. If you will be late, please contact the user and Justice Journee.
  4. Always give your best effort and voluntarily leave when you can no longer commit to these commitments including giving best effort.
  5. Admit when you made a mistake.
  6. Notify Justice Journee executives of any issues within 72 hours in writing.
  7. Protect any confidential or proprietary information you receive or become aware of as a direct result of your use of our services.
  8. Fill out and return this agreement signed.
  9. Fill out and return W-9.
  10. Only attorneys offer legal advice, which consists of telling someone what to do with their case or how to perform a certain task.

PAYMENT

Signing this agreement should be focused on the possibility of correcting the wrongs committed against our people, people like us, and people who continue to be marginalized by those in power. The benefits of said correction will touch many, for decades to come, providing a wave of opportunity seen at no other time for people like us in this city. Perhaps having a ripple effect on communities near and far.

While Tiffany Grays believes in the mission purposed by God and through Him our success is a matter of fact, Tiffany Grays does not guarantee anything. There is a chance you may suffer as a direct result of your participation to create a new environment for so many, including yourselves. Tiffany Grays has suffered. However, with God ALL things are possible, if you believe and hear the calling then please continue.  

Revenue received from services provided will be split between the service provider and Justice Journee in the following percentages: 70% to the service provider and 30% to Justice Journee. All service prices are reduced by 20% for Justice Journee members.

Based on this, you agree to the following payments:

Notary: 2-four hour shifts on two different days per week for drop in notary – free, other notary charged in alignment with fees on website less 20% for members only.

Process Server: First 3 in a calendar month - free, subsequent serves in same calendar month - $25/serve.

Courier: First 3 in a calendar month - free, subsequent in same calendar month - $20/courier.

Proofreading: First 3 in a calendar month - free, subsequent in same calendar month - $10/document.

Attorneys: All services are free.

Volunteer: All services are free.

Organization: First 3 in a calendar month - free, subsequent in same calendar month - $10/hour, paid on the hour.

In Court Support: First 5 hours in a calendar month - free, subsequent in same calendar month - $10/hour, paid on the hour.

SERVICE REQUIREMENTS

Anyone offering to perform any of the services with or for Justice Journee and their users or members, must designate which zip code(s) they are willing to perform the services. Justice Journee sets the price for services and you agree to perform the services for the price set. In addition, the following are required for the following persons wanting to perform the following services:

Notary: Vehicle insurance and driver’s license, maintain record of notarized documents for 3 years. Determine dates, time, and location for drop-in notary services.

Process Server: Vehicle insurance and driver’s license, select zip codes for service. 4 attempts on non-verified addresses, 3 attempts for verified addresses. Attempts must be made during on of each of the following:

  • Weekend (Saturday and Sunday)
  • Weekday (Monday-Friday)
  • Morning (7am-10am)
  • Afternoon (10:01am – 6:00pm)
  • Evening (6:01pm- 9:00pm)

Affidavits of Service must be signed, notarized, and returned within 3 days of completed service. You must also be a licensed driver with insurance. Attend and complete training.

Courier: Vehicle insurance and driver’s license,  select zip codes for service. You must also be a licensed driver with insurance.

Proofreading: Justice Journee will setup a Google account to use exclusively for proofreading services.

Attorneys: You must be a licensed attorney, law school graduate, or in law school.

Volunteer: You can perform any task with which you are comfortable, including seeking donations. If there are services you do not want to perform, please let us know.

Organization: A computer with camera, microphone, and internet connection is required. Justice Journee will provide an online meeting space for this service.  

In Court Support: Vehicle insurance and driver’s license, select courthouses which you are able to provide In-Court Support. Support may be provided in person and via video conference. For in person, you must also be a licensed driver with insurance

NOTICE OF POTENTIAL RISK

You understand you sign up at your own risk, there have been no guarantee of safety or protection, and you accept any result of your participation and actions.

NON-COMPETE

Non-Compete. During the term of this Agreement and for a period of seventy-two (72) months following the last date of use of Justice Journee website or services or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates (the “Restricted Period”), you shall not, directly or indirectly, (i) in any manner whatsoever engage in any capacity with any business competitive with Justice Journee’s current lines of business or any business then engaged in by you, any of its subsidiaries or any of its affiliates for your own benefit or for the benefit of any person or entity other than Justice Journee or any subsidiary or affiliate; or (ii) have any interest as owner, sole proprietor, stockholder, partner, lender, member, user, officer, manager, employee, consultant, agent or otherwise in any business competitive with Justice Journee’s Business; provided, however, that you may hold, directly or indirectly, solely as an investment, not more than one percent (1%) of the outstanding securities of any person or entity which is listed on any national securities exchange or regularly traded in the over-the-counter market notwithstanding the fact that such person or entity is engaged in a business competitive with Justice Journee.

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR

The term of this Agreement shall commence as of the date of your signature and shall continue until your removal or resignation. Any debts you incur to perform requested tasks are your own. You are bound to the Confidentiality agreement signed.  With or without cause, Justice Journee may each terminate this Agreement at any time upon ten (10) days written notice. Nothing contained herein or omitted here shall prevent Tiffany Grays from removing the you with immediate effect at any time for any reason. You defend and hold harmless Tiffany Grays, Justice Journee, members, users, and providers to the full extent allowed by the law of the State of Colorado, and as provided by, or granted pursuant to, any charter provision, bylaw provision, agreement (including, without limitation, the Indemnification Agreement executed herewith), both as to action of Tiffany Grays or Justice Journee in official capacities and as to action in another capacity while in such position.

DISPUTE RESOLUTION; MANDATORY ARBITRATION; WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL AND CLASS ACTION

A. Arbitration of disputes. Justice Journee, and you agree to arbitrate all disputes and claims between Justice Journee and yourself that arise out of or relate in any way to the Services or these Terms. This agreement to arbitrate (“Dispute Resolution Agreement” or “Section 16”) is intended to be broadly interpreted and includes, for example:

  1. claims brought under any legal theory;
  2. claims that arose before you first accepted any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision;
  3. claims that may arise after the termination of your Use of the Services;
  4. claims brought by or against Justice Journee, Justice Journee affiliates that provide the Services to you, Justice Journee parent companies, and the respective officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities; and
  5. claims brought by or against you, the respective affiliates and parent companies of you, and the respective officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities.

This Dispute Resolution Agreement does not preclude any party from seeking an individualized preliminary injunction or temporary restraining order until a claim is arbitrated, or from bringing an individualized action in small claims court, in any court that has jurisdiction; provided that, as limited by Section 16(C) below, the arbitrator will have exclusive jurisdiction to finally resolve claims not within the jurisdiction of a small claims court. Nor does this Dispute Resolution Agreement bar any party from bringing issues to the attention of federal, state, or local agencies.

Justice Journee and you agree that, by entering into this arbitration agreement, all parties are waiving their respective rights to a trial by jury or to participate in a class or representative action. The Federal Arbitration Act governs the interpretation and enforcement of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. With respect to all disputes or claims that arise out of or relate in any way to the Services or these Terms, this Dispute Resolution Agreement supersedes any contrary terms regarding dispute resolution in any other agreement between the parties.

B. Notice of disputes. If any party intends to seek arbitration of a dispute, that party must provide the other party with notice in writing (“Notice of Dispute”), sent via method requiring signature. This Notice of Dispute to Justice Journee must be sent to the following address (“Justice Journee’s Notice Address”):

Justice Journee

1312 17th St

Ste. 875

Denver, CO 80202

Justice Journee will send notice to you at the e-mail and mailing addresses associated with your account. You  each agree to receive notice at those addresses. Your Notice of Dispute to Justice Journee must provide, as applicable, (a) your ’s name and mailing address, (b) the email address you uses to log into your account, (c) dates and method of communication on previous attempts to resolve the dispute, (d) a description of the dispute, including people talked to and (e) a statement of the relief requested. If the parties are unable or unwilling to resolve the dispute within 60 days after the Notice of Dispute is submitted, the dispute will be resolved by arbitration upon one party sending the other party or parties and the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) a demand for arbitration. For the avoidance of doubt, no arbitration demand may be submitted until at least 60 days after submission of the Notice of Dispute. Unless the parties agree otherwise, your ’s demand for arbitration must be sent to Justice Journee’s Notice Address and entitled “Demand for Arbitration.” Justice Journee will send demands for arbitration to you at the e-mail and mailing addresses associated with your account.

C. Arbitration procedures. The arbitration will be governed by American Arbitration Association under its Commercial for any contractor, partner or agent of Justice Journee and Consumer Arbitration Rules for anyone utilizing Justice jOurnee Services; Arbitration Rules ("AAA Rules"), as modified by these Terms, and will be administered by the AAA. Unless the parties agree otherwise, the Expedited Procedures of the AAA Rules will apply to any claim of $75,000 or less. The AAA Rules are available online at adr.org. If the AAA is unavailable, the parties will agree to another arbitration provider or the court will appoint a substitute. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, any evidentiary submissions made in arbitration will be maintained as confidential in the absence of good cause for its disclosure. The arbitrator’s award will be maintained as confidential only to the extent necessary to protect either party’s trade secrets or proprietary business information or to comply with a legal requirement mandating confidentiality.

Unless the parties agree otherwise, any arbitration hearings will take place in Denver county Colorado. If the value of your ’s claim is $25,000 or less, you may choose whether the arbitration will be conducted solely on the basis of documents submitted to the arbitrator, by telephone, or by an in-person hearing. If the value of your ’s claim exceeds $25,000, the right to a hearing will be determined by the AAA Rules. Regardless of the manner in which the arbitration is conducted, the arbitrator will issue a reasoned written decision sufficient to explain the essential findings and conclusions on which the decision is based. All issues are for the arbitrator to decide, except that only a court of competent jurisdiction may decide issues relating to the scope and enforceability of this arbitration provision, the arbitrability of disputes, or the interpretation of Section 16(E). The arbitrator will not be bound by rulings in other arbitrations in which you is not a party. The arbitrator can award the same individualized damages and relief that a court can award. Judgment on the award may be entered by any court having jurisdiction.

D. Costs of arbitration. The AAA’s fee schedule is subject to change and may be found in the AAA Rules (available online at adr.org or by calling the AAA at 1-800-778-7879). Justice Journee will pay all AAA filing, administrative, and arbitrator fees for any arbitration that Justice Journee commences. If you commenced arbitration, you will be responsible to pay all AAA filing, administrative, and arbitrator fees for any arbitration.

E. No class or representative arbitration. The arbitrator may award declaratory or injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party’s individual claim without affecting other Justice Journee users, contractors, partners, or agents. You AND Justice Journee AGREE THAT EACH MAY BRING CLAIMS AGAINST THE OTHER ONLY IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, AND NOT AS A PLAINTIFF OR CLASS MEMBER IN ANY PURPORTED CLASS, REPRESENTATIVE, OR PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL PROCEEDING. Further, unless all affected parties agree otherwise, the arbitrator may not consolidate more than one of your claims, and may not otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding. If a court decides that applicable law precludes enforcement of any of this subsection’s limitations as to a particular claim for relief, then that claim (and only that claim) must be severed from the arbitration and may be brought in court.

F. 30-day opt out period. You have the right to opt out of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. If you who does not wish to be bound by this Dispute Resolution Agreement (including its waiver of class and representative claims) must notify Justice Journee as set forth below within 30 days of the first acceptance date of any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision (unless a longer period is required by applicable law). Your notice to Justice Journee under this subsection must be submitted via USPS mail with signature required to

Justice Journee

1312 17th St

Ste. 875

Denver, CO 8020

An opt-out notice does not revoke or otherwise affect any previous arbitration agreement between you and Justice Journee.

G. Future changes to Dispute Resolution Agreement. If Justice Journee makes any changes to this Dispute Resolution Agreement (other than a change to Justice Journee’s Notice Address), you may reject any such change by notifying Justice Journee via webform as set forth in Section 16(F) within 30 days of the change. It is not necessary to submit a rejection of the future change to this Dispute Resolution Agreement if you had properly opted out of arbitration in compliance with the requirements of Section 16(F).

Furthermore, you agree that any cause of action must commence within one (1) year after the underlying issue first arose; otherwise, you waive any right to bring such cause of action and such cause of action is permanently barred.

THE PARTIES AGREE THAT ANY DISPUTES ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH THE PLATFORM OR THESE TERMS WILL BE EXCLUSIVELY RESOLVED IN BINDING ARBITRATION USING THE DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURES OF THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION LOCATED IN DENVER COUNTY, COLORADO. NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING OBLIGATION TO ARBITRATE DISPUTES, EACH PARTY SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO PURSUE INJUNCTIVE OR OTHER EQUITABLE RELIEF AT ANY TIME, FROM ANY COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION.

THE PARTIES HERETO EXPRESSLY WAIVE THE RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY AND ANY RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN CLASS-ACTION PROCEEDINGS.

No Warranty or Liability 

The information presented on this website is provided "as is" without representation or warranty of any kind -- as to suitability, reliability, applicability, merchantability, fitness, noninfringement, result, outcome or any other matter.  We do not represent or warrant that such information is or will be always up-to-date, complete, or accurate.  Any representation or warranty that might be otherwise implied is expressly disclaimed. 

You agree that we are not liable to you or others, in any way or for any damages of any kind or under any theory, arising from this site, or your access to or use of or reliance on the information in or through this site, including but not limited to liability or damages under contract or tort theories or any damages caused by viruses contained within electronic files of this site or any linked site, regardless of prior notice to us. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties acknowledge that they have read and understand this Agreement and voluntarily accept the duties and obligations set forth herein. Additionally, the Parties have caused this Agreement to be executed by themselves on the day and year first above written.

Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement

1. The confidential information to be disclosed under this Agreement (“Confidential Information”) can be described as and includes:

Technical and business information relating to proprietary ideas, patentable ideas and/or trade secrets, existing and/or contemplated products and services, research and development, production, costs, profit and margin information, finances and financial projections, customers, clients, marketing, current or future business plans and models, claim details, claim facts, claim arguments, and/or any information exchanged, directly relating to the case/claim/complaint regardless of whether such information is designated as “Confidential Information” at the time of its disclosure.

In addition to the above, Confidential Information shall also include, and the parties shall have a duty to protect, other confidential and/or sensitive information which is (a) disclosed as such in writing and marked as confidential (or with other similar designation) at the time of disclosure; and/or (b) disclosed by in any other manner and identified as confidential at the time of disclosure and is also summarized and designated as confidential in a written memorandum delivered within thirty (30) days of the disclosure.

2. The parties shall use the Confidential Information only for the purpose of determining, establishing or conducting business relationship, defined as a service or tangible item has been provided in exchange for a fee, providing information, coaching, employment and/or investment relationships.

3. The parties shall limit disclosure of Confidential Information within its own organization to its directors, officers, partners, members and/or employees having a need to know and shall not disclose Confidential Information to any third party (whether an individual, corporation, or other entity) without prior written consent. The parties shall satisfy its obligations under this paragraph if it takes affirmative measures to ensure compliance with these confidentiality obligations by its employees, agents, consultants and others who are permitted access to or use of the Confidential Information. All persons receiving disclosures in accordance with this section, shall be required to sign the same non-disclosure agreement, prior to the release of the information and the release of the information will be documented and provided to the party to whom the confidential information belongs.

4. This Agreement imposes no obligation upon the parties with respect to any Confidential Information (a) that was possessed before receipt; (b) is or becomes a matter of public knowledge through no fault of receiving party; (c) is rightfully received from a third party not owing a duty of confidentiality; (d) is disclosed without a duty of confidentiality to a third party by, or with the authorization of the disclosing party; or (e) is independently developed.

5. The parties warrant that they have the right to make the disclosures under this Agreement.

6. This Agreement shall not be construed as creating, conveying, transferring, granting or conferring upon either party any rights, license or authority in or to the information exchanged, except the limited right to use Confidential Information specified in paragraph 2. Furthermore and specifically, no license or conveyance of any intellectual property rights is granted or implied by this Agreement.

7. Neither party has an obligation under this Agreement to purchase any service, goods, or intangibles from the other party. Furthermore, both parties acknowledge and agree that the exchange of information under this Agreement shall not commit or bind either party to any present or future contractual relationship (except as specifically stated herein), nor shall the exchange of information be construed as an inducement to act or not to act in any given manner.

8. Neither party shall be liable to the other in any manner whatsoever for any decisions, obligations, costs or expenses incurred, changes in business practices, plans, organization, products, services, or otherwise, based on either party’s decision to use or rely on any information exchanged under this Agreement.

9. If there is a breach or threatened breach of any provision of this Agreement, it is agreed and understood that the non-breaching party shall have no adequate remedy in money or other damages and accordingly shall be entitled to injunctive relief; provided however, no specification in this Agreement of any particular remedy shall be construed as a waiver or prohibition of any other remedies in the event of a breach or threatened breach of this Agreement.

10. All Confidential Information delivered pursuant to this Agreement shall be and remain the property of the disclosing Party, and any documents containing or reflecting the Confidential Information, and all copies thereof, shall be promptly returned to the disclosing Party upon written request, or destroyed at the disclosing Party’s option. Nothing herein shall be construed as granting or conferring any rights by license or otherwise, express or implied, regarding any idea made, conceived or acquired prior to or after the Effective Date, nor as granting any right with respect to the use or marketing of any product or service. The Parties shall use the Confidential Information only for the Business Relationship. 2 The obligations of the Parties under this Agreement shall continue and survive the completion or abandonment of the Business Relationship and shall remain binding for a period of ten (10) years from the Effective Date.

11. As a violation by either Party of this Agreement could cause irreparable injury to the other Party and as there is no adequate remedy at law for such violation, the non-breaching Party may, in addition to any other remedies available to it at law or in equity, enjoin the breaching Party in a court of equity for violating or threatening to violate this Agreement. In the event either Party is required to enforce this Agreement through legal action, then it will be entitled to recover from the other Party all costs incurred thereby, including without limitation, reasonable attorney’s fees.

12. Neither Party makes any representation or warranty with respect to any Confidential Information disclosed by it, nor shall either Party or any of their respective representatives have any liability hereunder with respect to the accuracy or completeness of any Confidential Information or the use thereof.

13. Any notice required or permitted to be given hereunder shall be (a) in writing, (b) effective on the first business day following the date of receipt, and (c) delivered by one of the following means: (i) by personal delivery; (ii) by prepaid, overnight package delivery or courier service; or (iii) by the United States Postal Service, first class, certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid. All notices given under this Agreement shall be addressed to the addresses stated at the outset of this Agreement, or to new or additional addresses as the Parties may be advised in writing.

14. This Agreement is to be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the state of Colorado. Neither Party shall be deemed to waive any of its rights, powers or remedies hereunder unless such waiver is in writing and signed by said Party. This Agreement is binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Parties and their successor and assignees.

15. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement and understanding of the Parties with respect to the subject matter hereof, and is intended as the Parties’ final expression and complete and exclusive statement of the terms thereof, superseding all prior or contemporaneous agreements, representations, promises and understandings, whether written or oral. Neither Party is to be bound by any pre-printed terms appearing in the other Party’s form documents, tariffs, purchase orders, quotations, acknowledgments, invoices, or other instruments. This Agreement may be amended or modified only by an instrument in writing signed by both Parties. This Agreement is made under and shall be construed according to the laws of the State of Colorado U.S.A. In the event that this agreement, is breached, any and all disputes must be settled in a court of competent jurisdiction in the State of Colorado, U.S.A.

16. Any provision of this Agreement held or determined by a court (or other legal authority) of competent jurisdiction to be illegal, invalid, or unenforceable in any jurisdiction shall be deemed separate, distinct and independent, and shall be ineffective to the extent of such holding or determination without (i) invalidating the remaining provisions of this Agreement in that jurisdiction or (ii) affecting the legality, validity or enforceability of such provision in any other jurisdiction. The unenforceable provision(s) shall be deemed modified to the limited extent required to permit enforcement of the Agreement as a whole.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties acknowledge that they have read and understand this Agreement and voluntarily accept the duties and obligations set forth herein. Additionally, the Parties have caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly authorized officers on the day and year first above written.

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Scholarship Form

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Justice Journee understands the financial drain of seeking justice. We offer scholarships to individuals who meet income, location, and other requirements in order to receive a scholarship which will pay for a one year membership. Being a member has many benefits including free notary services on case related court documents and more. Apply today!

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Volunteer Agreement

PLEASE READ BEFORE USING OUR SITE. THESE TERMS CONTAIN A MANDATORY ARBITRATION PROVISION AND A WAIVER OF CLASS ACTION REMEDIES. PLEASE REVIEW THESE TERMS CAREFULLY AS THEY AFFECT YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS

It is understood and agreed to that the Parties, Justice Journee (party one) & _____________________________(party two, service provider) to this Agreement would each like to provide the other with certain information that may be considered confidential. To ensure the protection of such information and in consideration of the agreement to exchange said information, the parties agree as follows:

Justice Journee reserves the right to change this disclaimer at any time. Updated versions of these Terms and Conditions will appear on this website and are effective immediately. You are responsible for regularly reviewing this these Terms and Conditions. Continued use of this website after any such changes constitutes your consent to such changes. Images on the site include actor portrayals of lawyers or clients.

For the purposes of this agreement, users may receive the following assistance as requested. Assistance will be limited to:

  1. Publicly available information in one location
  2. Free court filings examples
  3. Process Serving
  4. Proofreading
  1. Suggestions only
  1. Grammar
  1. Non-legal
  1. Punctuation
  2. Paragraph Numbering and/or Lettering
  3. Paragraph Title Spelling and Punctuation
  1. Organization
  2. Courier Services
  3. Last minute In-court Filing
  4. Notary Services
  5. Advocacy
  6. In Court Support
  7. Pro Se Community
  8. Surveillance
  9. Skip Tracing

OBLIGATION

Together we are stronger. This contract will become void at the time of your membership expiring or volunteering time has lapsed. At the time of your exit, you will no longer have access to the online repository regardless of how much time, energy, effort, money, or anything has been used.

You agree to

  1. At all times possible conduct yourself in an ethical and professional manner.
  2. Conduct your work in the best way possible.
  3. Be ontime. If you will be late, please contact the user and Justice Journee.
  4. Always give your best effort and voluntarily leave when you can no longer commit to these commitments including giving best effort.
  5. Admit when you made a mistake.
  6. Notify Justice Journee executives of any issues within 72 hours in writing.
  7. Protect any confidential or proprietary information you receive or become aware of as a direct result of your use of our services.
  8. Fill out and return this agreement signed.
  9. Fill out and return W-9.
  10. Only attorneys offer legal advice, which consists of telling someone what to do with their case or how to perform a certain task.

PAYMENT

Signing this agreement should be focused on the possibility of correcting the wrongs committed against our people, people like us, and people who continue to be marginalized by those in power. The benefits of said correction will touch many, for decades to come, providing a wave of opportunity seen at no other time for people like us in this city. Perhaps having a ripple effect on communities near and far.

While Tiffany Grays believes in the mission purposed by God and through Him our success is a matter of fact, Tiffany Grays does not guarantee anything. There is a chance you may suffer as a direct result of your participation to create a new environment for so many, including yourselves. Tiffany Grays has suffered. However, with God ALL things are possible, if you believe and hear the calling then please continue.  

Revenue received from services provided will be split between the service provider and Justice Journee in the following percentages: 70% to the service provider and 30% to Justice Journee. All service prices are reduced by 20% for Justice Journee members.

Based on this, you agree to the following payments:

Notary: 2-four hour shifts on two different days per week for drop in notary – free, other notary charged in alignment with fees on website less 20% for members only.

Process Server: First 3 in a calendar month - free, subsequent serves in same calendar month - $25/serve.

Courier: First 3 in a calendar month - free, subsequent in same calendar month - $20/courier.

Proofreading: First 3 in a calendar month - free, subsequent in same calendar month - $10/document.

Attorneys: All services are free.

Volunteer: All services are free.

Organization: First 3 in a calendar month - free, subsequent in same calendar month - $10/hour, paid on the hour.

In Court Support: First 5 hours in a calendar month - free, subsequent in same calendar month - $10/hour, paid on the hour.

SERVICE REQUIREMENTS

Anyone offering to perform any of the services with or for Justice Journee and their users or members, must designate which zip code(s) they are willing to perform the services. Justice Journee sets the price for services and you agree to perform the services for the price set. In addition, the following are required for the following persons wanting to perform the following services:

Notary: Vehicle insurance and driver’s license, maintain record of notarized documents for 3 years. Determine dates, time, and location for drop-in notary services.

Process Server: Vehicle insurance and driver’s license, select zip codes for service. 4 attempts on non-verified addresses, 3 attempts for verified addresses. Attempts must be made during on of each of the following:

  • Weekend (Saturday and Sunday)
  • Weekday (Monday-Friday)
  • Morning (7am-10am)
  • Afternoon (10:01am – 6:00pm)
  • Evening (6:01pm- 9:00pm)

Affidavits of Service must be signed, notarized, and returned within 3 days of completed service. You must also be a licensed driver with insurance. Attend and complete training.

Courier: Vehicle insurance and driver’s license,  select zip codes for service. You must also be a licensed driver with insurance.

Proofreading: Justice Journee will setup a Google account to use exclusively for proofreading services.

Attorneys: You must be a licensed attorney, law school graduate, or in law school.

Volunteer: You can perform any task with which you are comfortable, including seeking donations. If there are services you do not want to perform, please let us know.

Organization: A computer with camera, microphone, and internet connection is required. Justice Journee will provide an online meeting space for this service.  

In Court Support: Vehicle insurance and driver’s license, select courthouses which you are able to provide In-Court Support. Support may be provided in person and via video conference. For in person, you must also be a licensed driver with insurance

NOTICE OF POTENTIAL RISK

You understand you sign up at your own risk, there have been no guarantee of safety or protection, and you accept any result of your participation and actions.

NON-COMPETE

Non-Compete. During the term of this Agreement and for a period of seventy-two (72) months following the last date of use of Justice Journee website or services or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates (the “Restricted Period”), you shall not, directly or indirectly, (i) in any manner whatsoever engage in any capacity with any business competitive with Justice Journee’s current lines of business or any business then engaged in by you, any of its subsidiaries or any of its affiliates for your own benefit or for the benefit of any person or entity other than Justice Journee or any subsidiary or affiliate; or (ii) have any interest as owner, sole proprietor, stockholder, partner, lender, member, user, officer, manager, employee, consultant, agent or otherwise in any business competitive with Justice Journee’s Business; provided, however, that you may hold, directly or indirectly, solely as an investment, not more than one percent (1%) of the outstanding securities of any person or entity which is listed on any national securities exchange or regularly traded in the over-the-counter market notwithstanding the fact that such person or entity is engaged in a business competitive with Justice Journee.

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR

The term of this Agreement shall commence as of the date of your signature and shall continue until your removal or resignation. Any debts you incur to perform requested tasks are your own. You are bound to the Confidentiality agreement signed.  With or without cause, Justice Journee may each terminate this Agreement at any time upon ten (10) days written notice. Nothing contained herein or omitted here shall prevent Tiffany Grays from removing the you with immediate effect at any time for any reason. You defend and hold harmless Tiffany Grays, Justice Journee, members, users, and providers to the full extent allowed by the law of the State of Colorado, and as provided by, or granted pursuant to, any charter provision, bylaw provision, agreement (including, without limitation, the Indemnification Agreement executed herewith), both as to action of Tiffany Grays or Justice Journee in official capacities and as to action in another capacity while in such position.

DISPUTE RESOLUTION; MANDATORY ARBITRATION; WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL AND CLASS ACTION

A. Arbitration of disputes. Justice Journee, and you agree to arbitrate all disputes and claims between Justice Journee and yourself that arise out of or relate in any way to the Services or these Terms. This agreement to arbitrate (“Dispute Resolution Agreement” or “Section 16”) is intended to be broadly interpreted and includes, for example:

  1. claims brought under any legal theory;
  2. claims that arose before you first accepted any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision;
  3. claims that may arise after the termination of your Use of the Services;
  4. claims brought by or against Justice Journee, Justice Journee affiliates that provide the Services to you, Justice Journee parent companies, and the respective officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities; and
  5. claims brought by or against you, the respective affiliates and parent companies of you, and the respective officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities.

This Dispute Resolution Agreement does not preclude any party from seeking an individualized preliminary injunction or temporary restraining order until a claim is arbitrated, or from bringing an individualized action in small claims court, in any court that has jurisdiction; provided that, as limited by Section 16(C) below, the arbitrator will have exclusive jurisdiction to finally resolve claims not within the jurisdiction of a small claims court. Nor does this Dispute Resolution Agreement bar any party from bringing issues to the attention of federal, state, or local agencies.

Justice Journee and you agree that, by entering into this arbitration agreement, all parties are waiving their respective rights to a trial by jury or to participate in a class or representative action. The Federal Arbitration Act governs the interpretation and enforcement of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. With respect to all disputes or claims that arise out of or relate in any way to the Services or these Terms, this Dispute Resolution Agreement supersedes any contrary terms regarding dispute resolution in any other agreement between the parties.

B. Notice of disputes. If any party intends to seek arbitration of a dispute, that party must provide the other party with notice in writing (“Notice of Dispute”), sent via method requiring signature. This Notice of Dispute to Justice Journee must be sent to the following address (“Justice Journee’s Notice Address”):

Justice Journee

1312 17th St

Ste. 875

Denver, CO 80202

Justice Journee will send notice to you at the e-mail and mailing addresses associated with your account. You  each agree to receive notice at those addresses. Your Notice of Dispute to Justice Journee must provide, as applicable, (a) your ’s name and mailing address, (b) the email address you uses to log into your account, (c) dates and method of communication on previous attempts to resolve the dispute, (d) a description of the dispute, including people talked to and (e) a statement of the relief requested. If the parties are unable or unwilling to resolve the dispute within 60 days after the Notice of Dispute is submitted, the dispute will be resolved by arbitration upon one party sending the other party or parties and the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) a demand for arbitration. For the avoidance of doubt, no arbitration demand may be submitted until at least 60 days after submission of the Notice of Dispute. Unless the parties agree otherwise, your ’s demand for arbitration must be sent to Justice Journee’s Notice Address and entitled “Demand for Arbitration.” Justice Journee will send demands for arbitration to you at the e-mail and mailing addresses associated with your account.

C. Arbitration procedures. The arbitration will be governed by American Arbitration Association under its Commercial for any contractor, partner or agent of Justice Journee and Consumer Arbitration Rules for anyone utilizing Justice jOurnee Services; Arbitration Rules ("AAA Rules"), as modified by these Terms, and will be administered by the AAA. Unless the parties agree otherwise, the Expedited Procedures of the AAA Rules will apply to any claim of $75,000 or less. The AAA Rules are available online at adr.org. If the AAA is unavailable, the parties will agree to another arbitration provider or the court will appoint a substitute. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, any evidentiary submissions made in arbitration will be maintained as confidential in the absence of good cause for its disclosure. The arbitrator’s award will be maintained as confidential only to the extent necessary to protect either party’s trade secrets or proprietary business information or to comply with a legal requirement mandating confidentiality.

Unless the parties agree otherwise, any arbitration hearings will take place in Denver county Colorado. If the value of your ’s claim is $25,000 or less, you may choose whether the arbitration will be conducted solely on the basis of documents submitted to the arbitrator, by telephone, or by an in-person hearing. If the value of your ’s claim exceeds $25,000, the right to a hearing will be determined by the AAA Rules. Regardless of the manner in which the arbitration is conducted, the arbitrator will issue a reasoned written decision sufficient to explain the essential findings and conclusions on which the decision is based. All issues are for the arbitrator to decide, except that only a court of competent jurisdiction may decide issues relating to the scope and enforceability of this arbitration provision, the arbitrability of disputes, or the interpretation of Section 16(E). The arbitrator will not be bound by rulings in other arbitrations in which you is not a party. The arbitrator can award the same individualized damages and relief that a court can award. Judgment on the award may be entered by any court having jurisdiction.

D. Costs of arbitration. The AAA’s fee schedule is subject to change and may be found in the AAA Rules (available online at adr.org or by calling the AAA at 1-800-778-7879). Justice Journee will pay all AAA filing, administrative, and arbitrator fees for any arbitration that Justice Journee commences. If you commenced arbitration, you will be responsible to pay all AAA filing, administrative, and arbitrator fees for any arbitration.

E. No class or representative arbitration. The arbitrator may award declaratory or injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party’s individual claim without affecting other Justice Journee users, contractors, partners, or agents. You AND Justice Journee AGREE THAT EACH MAY BRING CLAIMS AGAINST THE OTHER ONLY IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, AND NOT AS A PLAINTIFF OR CLASS MEMBER IN ANY PURPORTED CLASS, REPRESENTATIVE, OR PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL PROCEEDING. Further, unless all affected parties agree otherwise, the arbitrator may not consolidate more than one of your claims, and may not otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding. If a court decides that applicable law precludes enforcement of any of this subsection’s limitations as to a particular claim for relief, then that claim (and only that claim) must be severed from the arbitration and may be brought in court.

F. 30-day opt out period. You have the right to opt out of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. If you who does not wish to be bound by this Dispute Resolution Agreement (including its waiver of class and representative claims) must notify Justice Journee as set forth below within 30 days of the first acceptance date of any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision (unless a longer period is required by applicable law). Your notice to Justice Journee under this subsection must be submitted via USPS mail with signature required to

Justice Journee

1312 17th St

Ste. 875

Denver, CO 8020

An opt-out notice does not revoke or otherwise affect any previous arbitration agreement between you and Justice Journee.

G. Future changes to Dispute Resolution Agreement. If Justice Journee makes any changes to this Dispute Resolution Agreement (other than a change to Justice Journee’s Notice Address), you may reject any such change by notifying Justice Journee via webform as set forth in Section 16(F) within 30 days of the change. It is not necessary to submit a rejection of the future change to this Dispute Resolution Agreement if you had properly opted out of arbitration in compliance with the requirements of Section 16(F).

Furthermore, you agree that any cause of action must commence within one (1) year after the underlying issue first arose; otherwise, you waive any right to bring such cause of action and such cause of action is permanently barred.

THE PARTIES AGREE THAT ANY DISPUTES ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH THE PLATFORM OR THESE TERMS WILL BE EXCLUSIVELY RESOLVED IN BINDING ARBITRATION USING THE DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURES OF THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION LOCATED IN DENVER COUNTY, COLORADO. NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING OBLIGATION TO ARBITRATE DISPUTES, EACH PARTY SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO PURSUE INJUNCTIVE OR OTHER EQUITABLE RELIEF AT ANY TIME, FROM ANY COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION.

THE PARTIES HERETO EXPRESSLY WAIVE THE RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY AND ANY RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN CLASS-ACTION PROCEEDINGS.

No Warranty or Liability 

The information presented on this website is provided "as is" without representation or warranty of any kind -- as to suitability, reliability, applicability, merchantability, fitness, noninfringement, result, outcome or any other matter.  We do not represent or warrant that such information is or will be always up-to-date, complete, or accurate.  Any representation or warranty that might be otherwise implied is expressly disclaimed. 

You agree that we are not liable to you or others, in any way or for any damages of any kind or under any theory, arising from this site, or your access to or use of or reliance on the information in or through this site, including but not limited to liability or damages under contract or tort theories or any damages caused by viruses contained within electronic files of this site or any linked site, regardless of prior notice to us. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties acknowledge that they have read and understand this Agreement and voluntarily accept the duties and obligations set forth herein. Additionally, the Parties have caused this Agreement to be executed by themselves on the day and year first above written.

Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement

1. The confidential information to be disclosed under this Agreement (“Confidential Information”) can be described as and includes:

Technical and business information relating to proprietary ideas, patentable ideas and/or trade secrets, existing and/or contemplated products and services, research and development, production, costs, profit and margin information, finances and financial projections, customers, clients, marketing, current or future business plans and models, claim details, claim facts, claim arguments, and/or any information exchanged, directly relating to the case/claim/complaint regardless of whether such information is designated as “Confidential Information” at the time of its disclosure.

In addition to the above, Confidential Information shall also include, and the parties shall have a duty to protect, other confidential and/or sensitive information which is (a) disclosed as such in writing and marked as confidential (or with other similar designation) at the time of disclosure; and/or (b) disclosed by in any other manner and identified as confidential at the time of disclosure and is also summarized and designated as confidential in a written memorandum delivered within thirty (30) days of the disclosure.

2. The parties shall use the Confidential Information only for the purpose of determining, establishing or conducting business relationship, defined as a service or tangible item has been provided in exchange for a fee, providing information, coaching, employment and/or investment relationships.

3. The parties shall limit disclosure of Confidential Information within its own organization to its directors, officers, partners, members and/or employees having a need to know and shall not disclose Confidential Information to any third party (whether an individual, corporation, or other entity) without prior written consent. The parties shall satisfy its obligations under this paragraph if it takes affirmative measures to ensure compliance with these confidentiality obligations by its employees, agents, consultants and others who are permitted access to or use of the Confidential Information. All persons receiving disclosures in accordance with this section, shall be required to sign the same non-disclosure agreement, prior to the release of the information and the release of the information will be documented and provided to the party to whom the confidential information belongs.

4. This Agreement imposes no obligation upon the parties with respect to any Confidential Information (a) that was possessed before receipt; (b) is or becomes a matter of public knowledge through no fault of receiving party; (c) is rightfully received from a third party not owing a duty of confidentiality; (d) is disclosed without a duty of confidentiality to a third party by, or with the authorization of the disclosing party; or (e) is independently developed.

5. The parties warrant that they have the right to make the disclosures under this Agreement.

6. This Agreement shall not be construed as creating, conveying, transferring, granting or conferring upon either party any rights, license or authority in or to the information exchanged, except the limited right to use Confidential Information specified in paragraph 2. Furthermore and specifically, no license or conveyance of any intellectual property rights is granted or implied by this Agreement.

7. Neither party has an obligation under this Agreement to purchase any service, goods, or intangibles from the other party. Furthermore, both parties acknowledge and agree that the exchange of information under this Agreement shall not commit or bind either party to any present or future contractual relationship (except as specifically stated herein), nor shall the exchange of information be construed as an inducement to act or not to act in any given manner.

8. Neither party shall be liable to the other in any manner whatsoever for any decisions, obligations, costs or expenses incurred, changes in business practices, plans, organization, products, services, or otherwise, based on either party’s decision to use or rely on any information exchanged under this Agreement.

9. If there is a breach or threatened breach of any provision of this Agreement, it is agreed and understood that the non-breaching party shall have no adequate remedy in money or other damages and accordingly shall be entitled to injunctive relief; provided however, no specification in this Agreement of any particular remedy shall be construed as a waiver or prohibition of any other remedies in the event of a breach or threatened breach of this Agreement.

10. All Confidential Information delivered pursuant to this Agreement shall be and remain the property of the disclosing Party, and any documents containing or reflecting the Confidential Information, and all copies thereof, shall be promptly returned to the disclosing Party upon written request, or destroyed at the disclosing Party’s option. Nothing herein shall be construed as granting or conferring any rights by license or otherwise, express or implied, regarding any idea made, conceived or acquired prior to or after the Effective Date, nor as granting any right with respect to the use or marketing of any product or service. The Parties shall use the Confidential Information only for the Business Relationship. 2 The obligations of the Parties under this Agreement shall continue and survive the completion or abandonment of the Business Relationship and shall remain binding for a period of ten (10) years from the Effective Date.

11. As a violation by either Party of this Agreement could cause irreparable injury to the other Party and as there is no adequate remedy at law for such violation, the non-breaching Party may, in addition to any other remedies available to it at law or in equity, enjoin the breaching Party in a court of equity for violating or threatening to violate this Agreement. In the event either Party is required to enforce this Agreement through legal action, then it will be entitled to recover from the other Party all costs incurred thereby, including without limitation, reasonable attorney’s fees.

12. Neither Party makes any representation or warranty with respect to any Confidential Information disclosed by it, nor shall either Party or any of their respective representatives have any liability hereunder with respect to the accuracy or completeness of any Confidential Information or the use thereof.

13. Any notice required or permitted to be given hereunder shall be (a) in writing, (b) effective on the first business day following the date of receipt, and (c) delivered by one of the following means: (i) by personal delivery; (ii) by prepaid, overnight package delivery or courier service; or (iii) by the United States Postal Service, first class, certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid. All notices given under this Agreement shall be addressed to the addresses stated at the outset of this Agreement, or to new or additional addresses as the Parties may be advised in writing.

14. This Agreement is to be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the state of Colorado. Neither Party shall be deemed to waive any of its rights, powers or remedies hereunder unless such waiver is in writing and signed by said Party. This Agreement is binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Parties and their successor and assignees.

15. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement and understanding of the Parties with respect to the subject matter hereof, and is intended as the Parties’ final expression and complete and exclusive statement of the terms thereof, superseding all prior or contemporaneous agreements, representations, promises and understandings, whether written or oral. Neither Party is to be bound by any pre-printed terms appearing in the other Party’s form documents, tariffs, purchase orders, quotations, acknowledgments, invoices, or other instruments. This Agreement may be amended or modified only by an instrument in writing signed by both Parties. This Agreement is made under and shall be construed according to the laws of the State of Colorado U.S.A. In the event that this agreement, is breached, any and all disputes must be settled in a court of competent jurisdiction in the State of Colorado, U.S.A.

16. Any provision of this Agreement held or determined by a court (or other legal authority) of competent jurisdiction to be illegal, invalid, or unenforceable in any jurisdiction shall be deemed separate, distinct and independent, and shall be ineffective to the extent of such holding or determination without (i) invalidating the remaining provisions of this Agreement in that jurisdiction or (ii) affecting the legality, validity or enforceability of such provision in any other jurisdiction. The unenforceable provision(s) shall be deemed modified to the limited extent required to permit enforcement of the Agreement as a whole.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties acknowledge that they have read and understand this Agreement and voluntarily accept the duties and obligations set forth herein. Additionally, the Parties have caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly authorized officers on the day and year first above written.