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Originally posted by charles1952
Just a couple of quick comments.
1) Get a free consultation with an attorney first. Call your State Bar Association to find out about it.
2) If it's a serious matter, do not follow the video. One of three things will happen. You may be sent for a psychiatric exam, you may be charged with contempt, you may be ignored. You will certainly irritate everyone involved and that's not a good position for a defendant to be in.
3) If it's a very minor matter, I suppose you could roll the dice and hope that the judge says: "I don't get paid enough to listen to loonies like this, tear up his lousy $25 ticket and kick him out of here." But as I say, it's a gamble. You could end up worse off.
Be really careful, get serious legal advice.
Originally posted by charles1952
OK, I can see there's going to be a real disagreement here. Let me ask any of you to find any evidence that US attoneys are in this "British Accredited Registry." If you can't (and I certainly wasn't) then don't listen to this guy. My only purpose is to save your skin by having you avoid a serious mistake.
Besides, if this worked, I can guarantee you that defense lawyers all across the country would know of it by now, and would be raking in big bucks by defending clients with it.
Why not, noodlers do it all the time?
You cannot use your own hand for bait!
I have never seen or heard of anything like this. Please show us a law, a rule, a regulation, a court order, something that supports this. And by something, I don't mean an essay written by some guy who is just making assertions without legal standing.
Lawyers are NOT ALLOWED to use this. That is what the BAR is for, to BAR them from the "Private" side, and keep them reigned in the "Public" side of the "Trust".
Originally posted by Wifibrains
reply to post by magickmaster
Thanks for the info magic master, could you supply some links to the thread
An a tourney will never get you to not state your name as they cannot charge you, or claim legal aid.
Like Charles said, they can just claim you be mad. Lol. Unless you had a lawyer in the gallery, and call them to witness the fraud taking place.edit on 13-9-2012 by Wifibrains because: (no reason given)
And the doctor will probably say that, but you have to spend the time to get the exam, and it's not scheduled based on the defendant's convenience. It's not literally a pain in the butt, (that's another type of exam) but it is a nuisance.
So what is your take on this, you seem to say it may be possible, but may be risky as you could tick the judge off, what if you had a doctor to say you were of sound mind?
You're right, he isn't. He takes the report from the psychologist, or whoever, then almost always says whatever the report says.
How is a judge qualified to say someone is crazy?
I'm not quite clear about your question. The lawyer can take it without charge "pro bono," the court will appoint someone, in which case the state pays for it, you have to cough up the money, or you do-it-yourself.
Obviously you would have to represent yourself. But if it's not "you" can't a representative of you say the same thing and still get paid?
Originally posted by phroziac
It bothers me that people are this stupid. Where do people come up with this crap?
Completely wrong...you'll just have more Lawyer BS
The lawyer (liar) is your worst enemy, and the worst kind of enemy to the Republic.
I do not understand it, I'm reasonably certain that no court in the country could understand it, and, I'm sorry to say, I'm leaning toward believing that you don't understand it.
We, the People, are the OWNERS of the Corporation or the Private Side. However, Foreigners (those without US citizenship) are employees, and as such, on the Public Side. As Owners, we have the Exemption, the Tax Exemption.