A Possible Ailment Vs. a Defiance of the Judicial System
Although there maybe a general perception that being an attorney may have special privileges in the court, it may not hold true in this particular book about the case which had entered into the court system. No matter how complex our judicial system is, it may not have been prepared to deal with a possible ailment or prepared to deal with a state of defiance from a layman. The reader may want to choose which one he or she wants to examine because both of the variables maybe very interesting in understanding. Although the court would have the public to believe that the court had run normally because there may not be able to exist a complaint for the petitioner to be granted an impartial court to him, this book may provide the read an intelligent overview of how our court had problems which were not transmitted completely in the public records because of the unusual alleged conduct of the Judge. The counsel alleged misconduct may have affected the court's perception beyond its comprehension because if there is evidence which was created for the possible intent to make the judicial system less complicated or prejudicially convenient without its initial knowledge, then the court could become prejudice without it initial knowledge and my being a layman and explaining the court's possible failure may not make a difference in its possible reality of a failure. My ability to be in defiance of the public court maybe the public widow to an invitation of examining a world that maybe made up of illusions, and in order to see it clearly, a state of defiance must be generated.
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