Terry Ingram is a decorated veteran Hollywood Police Officer with twelve years’ experience in Robbery/Homicide, Vice, Intelligence and Narcotics, and Uniformed Patrol. As a decorated combat Vietnam Veteran, having served his country honorably for six years, Terry founded “Law In Simple Terms”, an organization which teaches the art of “Pro Per litigation”. Terry developed an easy to comprehend course for laypersons which teaches the proper application of civil rights in the face of government confrontation, as well as how to negotiate the legal system without the aid or assistance of an attorney, and much more.
One of the purposes of Terry’s classes is to educate government, and particularly the Law Enforcement community, about the true nature of its relationship with the American people. This is accomplished through acquired knowledge and self-representation in law suits, both civil and criminal. Government and Law Enforcement as well, use a plethora of rules, regulations and statutes to keep the citizenry in their place. For more than 20 years, Terry has simply and successfully been teaching the converse.
Terry is not an attorney, nor has he been disadvantaged, aligned, or encumbered by membership into any bar association. He has never represented anyone and teaches average people how to represent themselves. Terry has a very unique understanding of jurisprudence, having had more than forty (40) years’ experience dealing with government, from both sides of the fence.
Many of Terry’s students have rediscovered that "feeling of empowerment" that just one person can make a difference by learning exactly what their constitutional rights are and that government solely exists to protect those rights.