Postby pedawson » Wed Feb 22, 2012 9:24 pm

You should represent yourself always 'in propria persona' (in your own person, or 'pro per'). This alone qualifies you as 'an attorney in fact', according to Black's Law Dictionary. By asserting your Sovereign Right to represent yourself in legal matters, you are establishing your status as your own attorney, without being misled, trapped, and overcharged by a 'licensed' defense attorney, who would only bind you into the very system which is dedicated to making you pay. Do not hire a licensed attorney if you intend to keep your rights and your money. There is no law which requires anyone to hire an attorney. If anyone tries to intimidate you or deny your rights by asking you if you are an attorney, you can always reply "In fact, I am". Bring your flag with you wherever you appear in court, to show your Sovereignty. By representing yourself, you are free to expose any of the many fraudulent deceptions and procedures being used against you.
The court can assign a public defender to you, if you want to just pay some money and get out. But remember, the public defender is just an officer of the court, trained to only reduce the fines in exchange for pleading guilty. If you do this, you will not be allowed to expose the corruption, you will lose your case and your money, and you will have a conviction record.
So in order to effectively represent yourself and your interests, your 'mission' is to proceed 'in propria persona' (or 'pro per'). This is what you must sign on every court document next to your name. This means that you are not only the legal counsel representing the defense, but you are also the accused whom you are representing, in person. Do not represent yourself any other way .This also means that the judge cannot lawfully hold you responsible for conducting yourself or your case, as a licensed attorney, nor can he/she force you to hire one. You are free to proceed as you see fit, as a sovereign citizen. Your legal counselors are just that, counselors. And there is no law preventing your friends from consulting with you during any court proceeding.
Some judges and prosecutors will expect you to proceed 'pro se', another method of representing yourself. Do not let this happen, because 'pro se' means that you are legally representing yourself as your own attorney, which the court can then pervert to mean that you can be told by the court how to proceed with your case, and the Judge may try to impose the same standards upon you, as are imposed on a licensed attorney. The court would be allowed to treat you, as your own attorney, differently than it would treat you, as the accused. So don't let this happen. You will know when to declare your pro per status.
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