Teresa Giordano, Sui Juris

Citizen of California

c/o Forwarding Agent at:

40960 California Oaks Road, #281

Murrieta 92526




May 1, 2002 A.D.


Gregory Nicolaysen, Esquire

Federal Criminal Defense Attorney

16000 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 500

Encino 91436



Dear Greg,


Please understand that my time is very valuable, just like yours.


I have investigated the pertinent California State laws and I have now exercised my Petition Clause Right to compel production of your license to practice law in the State of California.  See First Amendment.


Separately this morning, I faxed to you a copy of the SUBPOENA IN A CIVIL CASE that the Clerk of the federal court in downtown Los Angeles issued to you, for production of your license with a valid certificate of oath indorsed upon that license.  Please see Section 6067 of the California Business and Professions Code (if you have not already done so).


That SUBPOENA is being served upon you via Certified U.S. Mail with return receipt requested.


I am also informed that Section 6067 of the California Business and Professions Coded was held to be constitutional in Cohen v. Wright, 22 C. 293 (1863).


A California court has also declared that our State Legislature does have a right to impose on attorneys the oath required by Section 6067.  See Ex parte Yale, 24 C. 241 (1864), 85 Am. Dec. 62 (1864).


Also, a California court has ruled that courts do have the power to inquire into the existence of an attorney’s license, and to dispose the question summarily, upon motion of an opposing party to dismiss, founded upon the affidavit of the person or party concerning whom the motion is made.  See Clark v. Willett, 35 Cal. 534, 539.


If you are presenting yourself as an officer of the court, and if you did make any attempts to represent me at the two (2) hearings held to date, I now believe that those facts constitute probable cause to charge you formally with two counts of violating each of Sections 6126 (a misdemeanor) and 6127 (contempt of court).


Moreover, because my Right to the assistance of Counsel of my choice is a fundamental Right guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment, your violations above have also necessarily implicated a separate federal offense in violation of 18 U.S.C. 242 (another misdemeanor).


Also, if you refuse to obey the proper SUBPOENA IN A CIVIL CASE which has been issued by the Clerk of the federal district court, you will be in contempt of court once again (count three).


On April 22, 2002 A.D., I witnessed my Counsel and Private Attorney General ‑‑ Paul Andrew Mitchell ‑‑ demand your license in the hallway outside the arraignment courtroom.  I specifically remember that you did not produce any license in response to his demand.  Instead, you walked away and appeared to flee into that courtroom.


Accordingly, for all of the reasons stated above, I decline to meet with you until the matter of your license to practice law is finally resolved to my complete and total satisfaction.


If you should need any information from me, please put your request(s) in writing and transmit those requests via first class U.S. Mail to the mailing location shown below.


Please be reminded that I also have a fundamental Right to a Republican Form of Government.  See the Guarantee Clause in the U.S. Constitution.  This means that I am guaranteed the rule of law and not the rule of arbitrary government bureaucrats posing as officers of some State or federal courts.



Thank you, Greg, for your immediate cooperation.  I do hope that this letter helps to persuade you of the seriousness which I attach to this matter.



Sincerely yours,


/s/ Teresa Giordano


Teresa Giordano, Sui Juris

Citizen of California


All Rights Reserved without Prejudice (UCCA 1207)


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