Daily Archives: January 8, 2014

Successful Common Law Courts held in Colorado:

  Hi Friends, This is for your information because there seem to be some ill-informed people (see thread below): First of all, there have already been successful Common Law Courts held here in Colorado:   1.      In 1995, Dr. Eugene Schroder, … Continue reading

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Financial Rape? – Courts and Wall Street Abuse Investors and Citizens? – Clint Richardson

Clint Richardson Financial Rape? – Courts and Wall Street Abuse Investors and Tax Payers? COURTS are UNLAWFUL – All under the watchful eyes of the Congress US courts are debt collectors NOT COURTS for JUSTICE . . . All these … Continue reading

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Surprise! The imposter government exposed!

So all “executive” offices, police, sheriff, marshals, and of course executive office and branch of President of the U.S. and all appointed officials – which explains more the fact that the “office” of president is the same “Corporation Sole” passed … Continue reading

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“Esquire,” a title of nobility? – Bouvier’s Law Dictionary 1856

Bouvier’s Law Dictionary 1856 Edition ESQUIRE. A title applied by courtesy to officers of almost every description, to members of the bar, and others. No one is entitled to it by law, and, therefore, it confers, no distinction in law. … Continue reading

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Use of title “Esquire” – Black’s Law Dictionary Version 2

Use of title “Esquire” – Black’s Law Dictionary Version 2

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Use of title “Esquire” – Black’s Law Dictionary Version 1

Use of title “Esquire” – Black’s Law Dictionary Version 1

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Use of title “Esquire” – NEW YORK CITY BAR

http://www2.nycbar.org/Publications/reports/show_html_new.php?rid=177 THE ASSOCIATION OF THE BAR OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK FORMAL OPINION 1994-5 COMMITTEE ON PROFESSIONAL AND JUDICIAL ETHICS May 5, 1994 ACTION: FORMAL OPINION TOPIC: Name; use of title “Esquire” OPINION: DIGEST: Attorney may ethically use the … Continue reading

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