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RE: [tips_and_tricks] Is David practicing law without a license?

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  • dave
    Re: the SCOTUS has spoken Yep.SPOKEN.OPINION. You can tell it to the woman in State of Florida who recently finished serving a sentence who brought up the same
    Message 1 of 9 , Jun 23, 2011
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      Re: the SCOTUS has spoken

       

      Yep…SPOKEN…OPINION

       

      You can tell it to the woman in State of Florida who recently finished serving a sentence who brought up the same matter in her defense in filings. Anyone who wants to try when it’s so easy to circumvent on these matters, is welcome to try.

       

      The Supreme Court gives supreme opinion. You’re counting on the “good nature” of a particular judge to rule favorably in congruence with that supreme opinion…thus making the supreme opinion his opinion too. Oftentimes it works…sometimes not. He’s under no obligation to do so unless told so. They are not common law courts.

       

      As I’ve been told on numerous occasions by judge’s when bringing up Supreme Court decisions in opposition to their ruling: “I rendered a decision. If you don’t like it, take it up on appeal.”

       

      I wouldn’t put too much faith in supreme opinion. [Better to put it in supreme law]

       

      Somehow people have gotten the idea that if they just “go up the food chain of courts” that eventually the divinity judges will wave the wand of justice denied. Only if is suits their political purpose of not revealing the injustice justice system.

       

      Nothing would suit them less than having intelligent people like you prepare documents mucking up the “good old boys” system.



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    • dave
      Re: Practice of law and all the fancy court opinions for those who seek salvation there... From a former attorney. Court opinions are the civil juice of
      Message 2 of 9 , Jun 23, 2011
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        Re: “Practice of law” and all the fancy court opinions for those who seek salvation there…..

         

        From a former attorney…

         

        “Court opinions are the civil juice of  the alleged America democracy; without them the constitutional fraud would have been short lived.  Judges are the go-to guys when the "government" needs to be propped up.  Every court and every judge sitting in one of  those courts is a fake to the extent that a so-called judicial decision is to be applied beyond the original parties to the original dispute.”

         

        Thanks….could not have said it better.



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