Saturday, September 29, 2012

[Victims of Court Corruption] Courts Controlling Lawyers

Mr. Bumgardner, you have asked me to comment on to whom an attorney owes his first duty. According to the laws governing contracts as set forth within the Word of God, one's first duty is to the person which whom they entered a contract. In the case of an attorney,  client relationship, it is the client to whom he is obligated by contract, otherwise referred to as a covenant. Allow me to share with you some Scripture on this. I refer you to Galatians 3:15 & 17, "Brethren, I speak after the manner of men; Though it be but a man's covenant, yet if it be confirmed, no man disannulleth, or addeth thereto. ... And this I say, that the covenant, that was confirmed before of God in Christ, the law, which was four hundred and thirty years after, cannot disannul, that it should make the promise of none effect." A man is bound first off and foremost to his word, "But above all things ... but let your yea be yea; and your nay, nay; lest ye fall into condemnation." James 5:12

The highest form of all laws is that of an agreement or agreement. Not only is this confirmed by the Word of God, but also by the highest for of our law, the Constitution, properly called the supreme law of the land unto which all public officials my swear an oath. I refer to Article I, Section 10, Clause 1 of the U.S. Constitution, "No state shall...make impairing the obligation of contracts." Please note that it does not say, "Shall not violate," but even a stronger language, "No state shall make any law." Hence, governments have no constitutional authority to make a law that interferes with ones ability to enter into a contract. Even our Constitution is a covenant itself between the states and federal government, and all obligations of governments are to usward.

Having stated the above, I wish to refer to certain laws such as the law governing the State Contractor's Licensing Bureau. One is led to believe that by this law everyone is required to acquire a license in order to contract. This is a clear violation of the Word of God and also the supreme law of our land. Since such laws violate the Constitution, they are not only void when so determined to be unconstitutional by a court, but upon their very conception. In other words, there truly exists no such law.

But, as I am famous for saying, practical application and how we do things is another matter. Thousands are currently being prosecuted for violating this supposed law which is non-existent.

All you must do is pull the above principles over to your question, "to whom does an attorney own his first allegiance," and you have your answer.

Thank you, and farewell.

Ron Branson

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Mr. Branson, I am the author of three books pertaining to our Constitution. Many, many of my questions remain unanswered. The following I have copied from my notes and wonder if ALL lawyers must comply.
Thomas E. Bumgardner
304 753-6377

“His (the attorney’s) first duty is to the court, not to the client, and wherever the duties he owes to the client conflict with the duties he owes to the court, as an officer of the court in the administration of justice, the former must yield to the latter”. Corpus Juris Secundum, Attorney & Client, Sec. 4, pg 802

My emphasis....TEB

Corpus Juris Secundum

The Corpus Juris Secundum (C.J.S.) is an encyclopedia of U.S. law. Its full title is Corpus Juris Secundum: Complete Restatement Of The Entire American Law As Developed By All Reported Cases (1936- ) It contains an alphabetical arrangement of legal topics as developed by U.S. federal and state cases (1658-date).

The CJS is an authoritative 20th century American legal encyclopedia that provides a clear statement of each area of law including areas of the law that are evolving and provides footnoted citations to case law and other primary sources of law. Named after the 6th century Corpus Juris Civilis of Emperor Justinian I of the Byzantine Empire, the first codification of Roman law and civil law. (The name Corpus Juris literally means "body of the law"; Secundus denotes the second edition of the encyclopedia, which was originally issued as Corpus Juris by the American Law Book Company.)

The CJS is published by West Group, part of the Thomson Legal & Regulatory division of The Thomson Corporation. It is updated with annual supplements to reflect modern developments in the law. Entire volumes are revised and reissued periodically as the supplements become large enough.

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Americans appearing in American courts represented by licensed lawyers are known to be “wards-of-the-court”. Corpus Juris Secundum, Attorney & Client, Sec. 2, pg 769.

Black's Law Dictionary (5th Ed., 1991) defines “wards-of-the-court” as “infants” or “persons of unsound mind”.



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