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1. Read the 11th Chapter of the Gospel of Luke.
2. Americans appearing in American courts represented by licensed lawyers are known to be "wards-of-the-court". See, e.g., Corpus Juris Secundum, Attorney & Client, Sec. 2, pg 769.
Black's Law Dictionary (5th Ed., 1991) defines "wards-of-the-court" as "infants" or "persons of unsound mind". You could "look it up". Your lawyer didn't explain this to you when he took your money? Wonder why?
3. "His [the attorney's] first duty is to the court, not to the client, and wherever the duties he owes to the client conflict with the duties he owes to the court, as an officer of the court in the administration of justice, the former must yield to the latter". Corpus Juris Secundum, Attorney & Client, Sec. 4, pg 802. [emphasis mine.] Your lawyer didn't explain this to you either?
4. In the Oxford English Dictionary [600,000+ entries in 22 volumes], look up "lawyer" & "liar". After you learn why those words are connected phonetically in English,
Re-read Luke 11.
5. Any questions?