When you are ordered to have attorney
represent you by a judge
If lawyer demanded to represent you by judge:
I lacked standing because I am not a bar member
Solve by 3 Congressional mandates:
3 congressional mandates of who can walk into the courtroom
USAM 3.2-110 The judiciary committee created in 1789, ag appointed by president of people who are learned in the law (not color of law) with the consent of Congress. They have right to enter in courtroom but must be learned in the law. Private Attorney general act 1866 to title 42 of 1988 gives me the authority to walk into and civil or criminal case.
Administrative Procedures Act senate bill 7 60 stat title 5 sec 237
What is the congressional mandate to Create the bar association; that requires me to be a bar member or for full act, see attached file
SEC. 6. Except as otherwise provided in this Act—
(a) APPEARANCE.—Any person compelled to appear in person before any agency or representative thereof shall be accorded the right to be accompanied, represented, representative. Every party shall be accorded the right to appear in person or by or with counsel or other duly qualified representative in any agency proceeding. So far as the orderly conduct of public business permits, any interested person may appear before any agency or its responsible officers or employees for the presentation, adjustment, or determination of any issue, request, or controversy in any proceeding (interlocutory, summary, or otherwise) or in connection with any agency function. Every agency shall proceed with reasonable dispatch to conclude any matter presented to it except that due regard shall be had for the convenience and necessity of the parties or their representatives. Nothing herein shall be construed either to grant or to deny to any person who is not a lawyer the right to appear for or represent others before any agency or in any agency proceeding.
SEC. 10. Except so far as
(1) statutes preclude judicial review or
(2) agency action is by law committed to agency discretion—
(a) RIGHT OF REVIEW.—Any person suffering legal wrong because of any agency action, or adversely afected or aggrieved by such action within the meaning of any relevant statute, shall be entitled to judicial review thereof.
(b) FORM AND VENUE OF ACTION.—The form of proceeding for judicial review shall be any special statutory review proceeding relevant to the subject matter in any court specifed by statute or, in the absence of inadequacy thereof, any applicable form of legal action (including actions for declaratory judgments or writs of prohibitory or mandatory injunction or habeas corpus) in any court of competent jurisdiction. Agency action shall be subject to judicial review in civil or criminal proceedings for judicial enforcement except to the extent that prior, adequate, and exclusive opportunity for such review is provided by law.
(c) REVIEWABLE ACTS.—Every agency action made reviewable by statute and every fnal agency action for which there is no other adequate remedy in any court shall be subject to judicial review. Any preliminary, procedural, or intermediate agency action or ruling not directly re-viewable shall be subject to review upon the review of the final agency action. Except as otherwise expressly required by statute, agency action otherwise final shall be final for the purposes of this subsection whether or not there has been presented or determine any application for a declaratory order, for any form of reconsideration, or (unless the agency otherwise requires by rule and pro vides that the action meanwhile shall be inoperative) for an appealto superior agency authority.
(d) INTERIM RELIEF.—Pending judicial review any agency is authorized, where it finds that justice so requires, to postpone the efective date of any action taken by it. Upon such conditions as may be required and to the extent necessary to prevent irreparable injury, every reviewing court (including every court to which a case may be taken on appeal from or upon application for certiorari or other writ to a reviewing court) is authorized to issue all necessary and appropriate process to postpone the efective date of any agency action or to preserve status or rights pending conclusion of the review proceedings.
(e) SCOPE OF REVIEW.—So far as necessary to decision and where presented the reviewing court shall decide all relevant questions of law, interpret constitutional and statutory provisions, and determine the meaning or applicability of the terms of any agency action. It shall
(A) compel agency action unlawfully withheld or unreasonably delayed; and
(B) hold unlawful and set aside agency action, fndings, and conclusions found to be
(1) arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion, or otherwise not in accordance with law;
(2) contrary to constitutional right, power, privilege, or immunity;
(3) in excess of statutory jurisdiction, authority, or limitations, or short of statutory right;
(4) without observance of procedure required by law;
(5) unsupported by substantial evidence in any case subject to the requirements of sections 7 and 8 or otherwise reviewed on the record of an agency hearing provided by statute; or
(6) unwarranted by the facts to the extent that the facts are subject to trial de novo by the reviewing court. In making the foregoing determinations the court shall review the whole record or such portions thereof as may be cited by any party, and due account shall be taken of the rule of prejudicial error.