Recently a BAR attorney rightly pointed out in an interview that there are statutory definitions and common dictionary definitions in all statutory legislation.
When you track down the statutory definitions, the picture of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA's SB 277 becomes quite different.
Many BAR attorneys have been confusing us (or are themselves confused?). It is time we clarify these terms for ourselves. Fortunately, it is not difficult to do when you take the time to read the STATE OF CALIFORNIA'S statutory definitions (quoted verbatim). Read more
Hear RBN broadcast on this topic and analysis of an attorney's misleading comments regarding SB 277
For those who wish to know, here is my history/experience regarding our legal system:
Over my lifetime I've had encounters with dozens of lawyers. Some were good friends, some I hired professionally, and others I worked closely with on advocacy efforts. While nearly all of my professional engagements with attorneys were disappointing to say the least, I paid close attention and learned a lot along the way. In 2009 when I discovered the corporate (UCC) nature of our government and legal system, the picture became much clearer. From that point forward I have been doing extensive research, gotten advice from 'aware' attorneys and Judges, and have been working with other enlightened men and women. Together we have come up with strategies for describing and dealing with our corporate-commercial legal system, which is built on the law of contracts also known as the Uniform Commercial Code. Bottom line . . . the UNITED STATES is not a sovereign government, it is a huge corporation doing business and making money for its owners. Until we recognize this FACT and see how we are unwittingly placed into their structure, we will continue to be victimized by this very dangerous commercial enterprise. LAWFULLY YOURS is the result of our collective efforts.