Thursday, August 8, 2013

Attorney at Law vs. Attorney in fact

Attorney at Law
Attorney in fact

What is the difference between an attorney at law and an attorney if fact? The difference is paramount. Most people when they go to court, especially in criminal cases, hire an attorney at law to represent them and to protect their rights whether they be civil, constitutional, common law or divine rights. But what happens when you go to court with an attorney at law? The statistics show that when you walk into court with an attorney at law and you are a defendant in the case and the state or the federal government is prosecuting, then you only have a 3% chance of winning your case if it is federal and a 6% change of winning if it is state? WHY? Because 97% of the time in federal cases and 94% of the time in state cases you will be forced into pleading guilty.  Not by the state or federal government but by the attorney you hired! What most people don't realize nor understand is that the attorney at law works for the BAR (British Accreditation Regency) therefore they are foreign agents of the foreign court system to extort money from the American people under the disguise of an American legal system. Make no mistake about it they are there to make money and not to execute law and justice. They are shysters, con artists, liar and not lawyers because lawyers follow the law! The attorney at law is a member of the BAR association and must do as they are told to stay in the good graces of the BAR association and the judges even if it means sending innocent people to prison. There are a few and we do mean few attorneys at law that honestly want to help the people but they are harder to come by in these times. Now an attorney in fact is one who has the true power of attorney to represent you and your interest without any allegiances to the court or BAR association but to you the citizen. Where as an attorney at law needs to procure judicial authorization to act, the attorney in fact need no such approval and does not have the restrictions to properly represent you that an attorney at law have. Tennessee Code Annotated 34-6-109 outlines the powers of the attorney in fact and everything that the attorney in fact does is for your best interest and not courts or the state. It is very evident and clear that an attorney in fact can be trusted and an attorney at law cannot. Most attorneys at law will perpetuate the lie that you need a license to "practice law" but the Supreme Court has ruled differently. Schware vs. Board of Examiners, United States Report 353 US pages 238, 239 it states,"The practice of law cannot be licensed by any state." Sims vs. Aherns, 271 SW 720 (1925) states, "The practice of law is an occupation of common right." We emphatically declare that our attorneys in fact don't practice law. In fact we perfect the law.

No comments: