The 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution provides, in pertinent part, that "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. " Citizenship thus has very little...View More
Every Seminoles we meet always say they came here to Florida but the Indians from here now call themselves Black. There are no schools that teach them that they are American Indians they teach them that they are Black. Are there any lawyers that will be ready to take the fight when we want to use... View More
The Indian Removal Act, which was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson in 1830, forced many Native American tribes to leave their ancestral lands and relocate to areas west of the Mississippi River. However, not all tribes were removed, and some, like the Seminole, resisted relocation and...View More
Some of the lawyers are not honest in their assessments. We need truth not opinions. Things need to be corrected and corrected takes honesty. Honesty takes facts if facts are not known then you do not know the answer.
Lawyers are, and should be, held to a higher standard than car mechanics. However, sometimes they can only provide general answers and not specific solutions when all the pertinent facts aren't available. Lawyers give opinions all the time, based on the information they have. It may not be an...View More
I have had different numbers calling me claiming it is zest financial the call hangs up and. I have tribal lenders harassing me through email such as loan at last plain green loans and Makwa finance and big picture loans. I am going through a financial hardship and I’m trying my best to get back... View More
Whereas by the mutual Discontents, Complaints, Jealousies and Fears of English and Indians, occasioned by the Violent Intrusions of divers English into their Lands, forcing the Indians by way of Revenge, to kill the Cattel and Hogs of the English, whereby Offence and Injuries being... View More
If you have any questions regarding these and other Tribal land issues, you can contact the BIA or Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington DC, and they can respond to your questions and concerns Good Luck!
On March 15, I went into a local Pinellas County Pawn Shop and was denied my 2nd amendment right to purchase a firearm because my Concealed Weapons License stated that I was White. The Pawn Shop salesman stated that I "Looked black to him" and "There's a black guy standing in... View More
You may have a case. More facts would be needed. Of course if the employee denied you service on the basis that your identification did not match your picture on the concealed weapons permit then they may have a non discriminatory reason for denying you service. More facts are needed. Discuss with...View More
I need to know a lot more facts to be able to give you an answer, any attorney would. It depends upon the facts.
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