October 16, 2016 - The Public

The legal term "The Public" is defined in one law dictionary as:

Adjective: Belonging to the entire community. Unrestricted in participation.

Noun: The people. The populace; the community. “That vast multitude, which includes the ignorant, the unthinking, and the credulous, who, in making purchases, do not stop to analyze, but are governed by appearance and general impressions” [J. W. Collins Co. v. F. M. Paist Co. (DC Pa) 14 F2d 614].

It is conceded that the public does not mean all the people in the state or any county or town. The public is a term used to designate individuals in general without restriction or selection [Garkane Power Co. v. Public Service Co. 98 Utah 466, 100 P2d 571, 132 ALR 1490].

The word sometimes has the meaning of international sometimes national, and sometimes state [see Morgan v. Cree, 46 Vt 773]. Ballantine’s Law Dictionary (3rd edition)

That vast multitude, which includes the ignorant, the unthinking, and the credulous, who, in making purchases, do not stop to analyze, but are governed by appearance and general impressions”

Does that describe you in a way that that you want to be known when you stand before a judge?

Does it give you any confidence that you won't be taken advantage of?

Make it your determination to be ignorant no more and to stand up for those who are being perceived as such by those who should have our best interest in mind.

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