Candidate for Congress introduces state legislation designed to reform the legal and judicial process — Changes desperately needed — Part 8 – Regulation of Practice of Law


William M. Windsor, candidate for U.S. House of Representatives, has introduced state legislation designed to reform the legal and judicial process.  These are changes that Windsor says are desperately needed.

The legal systems and judicial systems in Georgia and every state in America must be reformed.  Dishonesty and corruption have stolen the rights of every American.

This is Part 8 of a series of articles that will address the proposed legislation for Georgia.  This proposed legislation modifies the existing statute on the Regulation of Practice of Law.

These changes are an amendment to Georgia Code Title 15, Chapter 19 15-19-51:


CHAPTER 19 – Attorneys

Article 3.  Regulation of Practice of lw

§ 15-19-51.  Unauthorized practice of law forbidden

(a) It shall be unlawful for any person other than a duly licensed attorney at law:

(1) To practice or appear as an attorney at law for any person other than himself in any court of this state or before any judicial body;

(2) To make it a business to practice as an attorney at law for any person other than himself in any of such courts;

(3) To hold himself out to the public or otherwise to any person as being entitled to practice law;

(4) To render or furnish legal services or advice;

(4)(5) To furnish attorneys or counsel;

(6) To render legal services of any kind in actions or proceedings of any nature;

(5)(7) To assume or use or advertise the title of "lawyer," "attorney," "attorney at law," or equivalent terms in any language in such manner as to convey the impression that he is entitled to practice law or is entitled to furnish legal advice, services, or counsel; or

(6)(8) To advertise that either alone or together with, by, or through any person, whether a duly and regularly admitted attorney at law or not, he has, owns, conducts, or maintains an office for the practice of law or for furnishing legal advice, services, or counsel.

(b)  Unless otherwise provided by law or by rules promulgated by the Supreme Court, it shall be unlawful for any corporation, voluntary association, or company to do or perform any of the acts recited in subsection (a) of this Code section. 

(c) Parties may represent themselves in all legal proceedings in the State.  Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships, and other legal entities may also be represented by an officer of the corporation in legal proceedings, and representation by an attorney shall not be required.

Notes:  Statutes say that parties may represent themselves, but all of the attorneys involved in the law-making and judicial processes have twisted the intent of the law to force legal entities to spend zillions of dollars on attorneys.  Pro se parties (those individuals who represent themselves) are generally discriminated against by judges, and this must not be allowed.  Allowing legal entities to represent themselves will save billions of dollars in legal fees and will dramatically reduce the costs of operating the judicial system.

(d) Notwithstanding the foregoing, a spouse may represent his or her spouse in legal proceedings if there is a properly executed power of attorney granting such right.

Notes:  Once again, judges ignore the law and refuse to allow an individual to be represented in court by someone pursuant to a power of attorney.  This must be stopped.  When a power of attorney grants a person to handle legal matters, it must apply to anyone in any legal matter, especially litigation.   

(e) Legal research, drafting legal documents, photocpying, and other such services are not considered the practice of law.

Notes:  These services are routinely provided by non-attorney employees of law firms and by paralegals, who do not require licensing as attorneys. 

 Notes:  Dishonest judges damage litigants and attempt to silence them through claims of unauthorized practice of law.  This will be stopped with these amendments.

* Changes and additions to existing sttautes are shown in yellow.

    Proposed Legislation – Part 1

    Proposed Legislation – Part 2

    Proposed Legislation – Part 3

    Proposed Legislation – Part 4

    Proposed Legislation – Part 5

    Proposed Legislation – Part 6

    Proposed Legislation – Part 7

    Proposed Legislation – Part 8

    Proposed Legislation – Part 9

    Proposed Legislation – Part 10

    Proposed Legislation – Part 11

    Proposed Legislation – Part 12

    Proposed Legislation – Part 13

    Proposed Legislation – Part 14

    Proposed Legislation – Part 15

    Proposed Legislation – Part 16

    Proposed Legislation – Part 17

    This legislation is authored by William M. Windsor and GRIP — Government Reform & Integrity Platform, a coalition of those fighting government corruption and judicial corruption.

    William M. Windsor

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