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RIGHT FOR THE PRACTICE OF LAW

RIGHT FOR THE PRACTICE OF LAW

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Published by: Luis Ewing on Jun 05, 2008
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RCW 2.48.170 & RCW 2.48.190and Sections 3275 & 3276 of the Code of 1881give Luis Anthony Ewing and Kurt Ranald Riggin theRIGHT TO PRACTICE LAWWITHOUT ADMISSION BY THE SUPREME COURT
Both Luis Ewing and Kurt Riggin who are members in good standing in the following ForeignJurisdictions: Federal Bar Association, American Bar Association, Tulalip Tribal Court, Puyallup TribalCourt, Kikialis Tribal Court, Snoqualmoo Tribal Court, Muckleshoot Tribal Court and the National Native American Bar Association have the Right To Practice Law WITHOUT ADMISSION BY THESUPREME COURT pursuant to former RCW 2.48.170, RCW 2.48.190 and Section’s 3275 & 3276 of theTerritorial Code of 1881. See former RCW 2.48.170 Only active members may practice law which readsin part:
“. . .PROVIDED,
THAT A MEMBER OF THE BAR IN GOOD STANDING IN ANYOTHER STATE OR JURISDICTION SHALL BE ENTITLED TO APPEAR IN THECOURTS OF THIS STATE.”
And;
It is undisputed that the
27 Federally Recognized Indian Tribes
located within the geographicalterritory of Washington are specifically recognized as being
“INDIAN COUNTRY”
pursuant to
18U.S.C. Sections 1154 & 1161
and therefore qualify as
“foreign jurisdiction’s
separate from the State of Washington as contemplated by RCW 2.48.170 & RCW 2.48.190. See former RCW 2.48.190Qualifications on admission to practice which reads in part:
“. . . That an attorney of another state may appear as counselor in a court of this state
without admission
, upon satisfying the court that his or her state grants the same right toattorneys of this state.
When former RCW 2.48.170 and former RCW 2.48.190 are construed and read together in “parimateria” to give each the force and effect of law they would read:
“That a member of the Bar in good standing in any other State
or Jurisdiction
shall beentitled to appear in the courts of this state
without admission
upon satisfying the court that his or her state grants the same right to attorneys of this State.”
 Note: Luis Ewing has already met this requirement and was allowed to represent a client twice inthe King County Superior Court in Cause No.:
01 2 00172 5
by the Honorable Dale Rammerman)Furthermore, for clarification we may look at the prior law which is controlling pursuant RCW

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