No. I’m not an attorney. I did go to law school but never took the bar exam.
I am in fact a long time student of the law, its origins in Common law, and a proud American who has the highest regard for our constitutionally
mandated system of courts and laws.
I hold those who practice law – within its tenets and rules of practice – in the same class and esteem as a priest, minister, doctor,
teacher………….those who are honest practitioners truly deserve the title counselor.
What you purport to be the truth are taken out of context to serve you predetermined bias. In other words, it’s the product a liar might use. Now
since I do not know you and I sure ain’t into mind reading or remote viewing I DO NOT say or CALL YOU a liar. But it was produced by a hypocrite and
is designed to be self serving slander to ends unknown.
And please, don’t thing your impressing or intimidating me with your use and familiarity with a Black’s or whatever source you may be
Should I say you are wrong? Never. That’s a value judgment I have no right to make. It is an opinion you may hold – certainly one differing from many
others – but no less or no more on a values scale. I would remark, that one who may seriously hold such a view, might be seen by some to have some
personality and/or intellectual level deficits.
But very quickly, because you claim to be “open” allow me to observe:
1. An attorney’s” first duty is to the court and public” an in essence to the law. It is a concept called FIDELITY. As an attorney he is a sworn
“Office of the Court” with all the duties and responsibly that such a relationship implies.
2. Only some client’s in very specific situations are considered “ward’s of the court”. One can not say that all clients are wards of the court.
That’s a FALSE assertion.
3. And the last assertion is accurate.
The conclusion’s one might intend to imply if one were to try would be (all the more common one’s that might be implied from the presentation)
fallacious. Actually there is no logical conclusion one can come to with the “facts” you present.
It is an artful and crafted dodge where the one who publishes it can have “plausible deniability” …………the “I never said that” rejoinder. It is a
tactic employed by prevaricators and others of the passive-aggressive type.
AS for the implied means, I’ll let you list them and then check with your Logic 101 book and notes to classify the fallacies employed.
I have confidence that’s a task within your abilities.
If you are in fact open and honest, I will enjoy engaging. But if your purpose is otherwise I must warn you my friend………………….you are well out of
class to butt heads with me………….As` they say on the street, “You be F’in’ with the wrong boy, sonny.”
Thanks for taking the time to answer my post