Rich in information, Motion for Justice: I Rest My Case shares Brian Vukadinovich's experiences and intimate knowledge of governmental and judicial corruption and what went on behind the scenes
in Indiana for years in efforts to take away his freedom and livelihood as a teacher. Motion for Justice: I Rest My Case, in a straightforward, no–holds–barred style, will open your eyes to government and judicial corruption that you
have never before heard or seen the likes of. Brian Vukadinovich minces no words when he writes about his journey for justice, calling out high–level state and federal officials, including state and federal judges, for undermining Vukadinovich's
efforts in exposing government corruption.
Motion for Justice: I Rest My Case will show how law enforcement agencies in Indiana conspired to take his freedom away from him by falsely arresting and vindictively prosecuting him on numerous occasions
and how Brian Vukadinovich successfully took on the corrupt police in many of the cases representing himself and successfully arguing for dismissal
of the bogus charges. In Motion for Justice: I Rest My Case, you will read how John Bolton, as assistant attorney general of the U.S. Department of Justice at the time, and current national
security adviser to President Trump, turned a blind eye to significant evidence of police–corruption activities against Brian Vukadinovich.
Motion for Justice: I Rest My Case will show how numerous lawyers teamed
up in efforts to have Brian Vukadinovich fired from teaching jobs and how he took on the corrupt lawyers and won two federal lawsuits, including a five–day
jury trial in March 2016 when he represented himself and convinced a federal jury that the corporation violated his due process rights and awarded
him damages of $203,840.39. The case received substantial national attention.
In writing the powerful foreword to Motion for Justice: I Rest My Case, Richard A. Posner, retired longtime distinguished judge of the
United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, called Brian Vukadinovich "A wonderful American success story" calling him "determined, indomitable, fearless, and daring".
"Brian is not only a terrific litigator, he is a terrific writer, as the reader of this book will soon learn. –Richard A. Posner (Retired judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit)"
Vukadinovich has plenty to say – a luxury many lawyers often don't have." –Indiana Lawyer – Vol. 27 No. 21, December 14–27, 2016
"Since 1981, Vukadinovich has been arrested by Valparaiso police seven times. Each time, he was found not guilty or charges were dismissed."––The Vidette Messenger – January 4, 1992
"After one arrest, he left jail with a broken jaw; after another, he was handcuffed in a patrol car with a police dog."––The Indianapolis Star – May 8, 1988