Walk For Liberty Day 197 - Would Attorneys and Lawyers Be Necessary In a Free Market Justice and Dispute Resolution System?
November 20th 2008, day 197 / Entering Canandaigua / Local house of tyranny / Would attorneys and lawyers be necessary in a pure free market justice and dispute resolution system? / Attorneys are necessary in the current monopolistic legal system because of the thousands of laws (including case law) in existence / Laws written in legalese / Representing yourself in civil vs criminal trials / What would a free market system look like? / All property would be private / No central monopolistic “government” claiming to have authority over everything and everyone / No legislature, so there wouldn’t be hundreds of new laws accumulating each year / Categories of property: individual, retail or service business, roads, other (farms, factories) / Rules that you must follow if you want to remain on someone’s property / Businesses would want repeat customers, so their rules would likely be simple and straightforward / Probably only a very few commonly accepted laws across all property, namely those against behavior which physically harms or threatens another’s person or property / Representing yourself in front of mutually-agreed upon arbitrator / Hiring a person to represent you who is skilled in logic and asking relevant questions, but they would be nothing like the lawyers of today / That representative has no need for schooling in thousands of existing laws, and doesn’t need to be approved by the protectionist “bar” system / Third party certification of representatives / 18.1 miles for liberty / http://donate.walkforliberty.com / Sun coming from behind clouds
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