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Private Defense Attorney

private defense attorney

    defense attorney
  • A lawyer, according to Black's Law Dictionary, is "a person learned in the law; as an attorney, counsel or solicitor; a person licensed to practice law.

  • the lawyer representing the defendant

  • The attorney representing the accused (defendant).

  • confined to particular persons or groups or providing privacy; "a private place"; "private discussions"; "private lessons"; "a private club"; "a private secretary"; "private property"; "the former President is now a private citizen"; "public figures strle to maintain a private life"

  • an enlisted man of the lowest rank in the Army or Marines; "our prisoner was just a private and knew nothing of value"

  • individual(a): concerning one person exclusively; "we all have individual cars"; "each room has a private bath"

  • Belonging to or for the use of one particular person or group of people only

  • (of a situation, activity, or gathering) Affecting or involving only a particular person or group of people

  • (of thoughts and feelings) Not to be shared with or revealed to others

Bryce Seton Vandergrift 3

Bryce Seton Vandergrift 3

To Whom It May Concern: I am the mother of a minor child who is in a Texas prison. I am requesting legal counsel/representation and funding assistance, on behalf of my son Bryce. This request is for Bryce to obtain an appeal under the "Post Conviction Relief Process," OR SIMILAR so that Bryce may collaterally attack, set aside and vacate the plea
and conviction, and the judgement based on, a "clear" amount of "ineffective assistance of counsel." I have collected a large amount of "Substanical Evidence." to challenge the charges against
my Child, Bryce Seton Vandergrift DOB: 09-09-94-TDC #01-66-1857.
My request for Bryce does include, Co-Counsel representation for his rights under the "Disability Act" Bryce has a hereditary, genetic Neurological Condition and it's Co-existing/Associated Disorders. My Childs history is "Well Documented," from birth till present. I have these records for your review. He waived his Miranda Rights.

Thank You In Advance For Your Consideration.

Ms. D M M Pelletier {Bryce Seton Vandergrift's Mother.}
4604 Claymore Dr. Suite 301 Tampa, Florida. 33610-8086

seeking legal assistance for wrongfully accused and convicted minor child. Arrested at age 15? for Capital Murder, now 17 years old. Brainwashed to say, do, sign, agree to what ever his defense attorney wanted him to. Including a plea deal, guilty without reasonable doubt, Bryce's admission to this crime is a senerio that his defense fed to him. It didn't happen the way Bryce thinks it did. My Minor Son Continues to believe he did what ever the defense attorney wanted him to believe. Substanical Evidence Exist.

VIDEO 3. Fred Cantu RIP 6-1997/1-2010. The victims are Fred and Bryce, Bryce is not Culpable for this Tragic Crime, though he believes he is. Bryce had become an easy target for being manipulated to take on others thoughts, plan and actions, as if they were his own. His only guilt is of being EXTREMLY GULLIBLE! because of the following. YOU DECIDE who is culpable/responsible... Is it nick? OR, the defense attorney? Is it the Psychiatrist who was treating my child between 2007-2009 bringing him all the way back to Feb 14th 2001! which is when in Florida, my TALL CHILDS previous and long time pscyhiatrist, psychologist and myself believed he required residential treatment? At age 6 we placed Bryce in the childrens hospital. Bryce came home 6 days later as his treatment plan was now showing promise. A few months later, my kindergardener was never again thought to be in need of residential home. Why did the Parole Officer write as if Bryce's years of success after his treatment plan began, had never existed? Why did he write Bryce was still not okay when he arrived in TX when our sons well documented history prooves otherwise. Who was the parole officer protecting? Why was the state doctor entering fallacies against Bryce in her findings? Why didn't the private defense attorney not defend his client? Was our very tall minor child "his client?" Why were so many lies generated between 2007-2009, and all of them were lies that harmed our (TALL) Minor Child and me, His Bio Mother? { dorothy marie-michelle pelletier }WHY? Por Que?
I have lived here in Florida since 1996. I agreed for Bryce to go live with his father David L and Step Mom Patricia R. Vandergrift, The only modification was change in primary residential parent. Bryce was to receive more opportunities living in a 2 parent home in an afluent neigborhood, gated community, backyard and a dog named Chip and another named Roxy. What caused our son to go from doing great all these years, only needing fine tweaking, to now being sententenced for a Capital Murder? Why in TX did I suddenly not have parental rights? Mrs. Cantu told me her husband said their son Nick did this to him. The defense had EVERYTHING to show Bryce as being Innocent-Not Guilty-Reasonable Doubt etc! On 12-31-2009, our son was set up, manipulated and framed. After the arrest Bryce was set up-manipulated, framed and now railroaded. We believe people"freaked out" when it received a minor accused of murder that had been being treated by the courts own psychiatrist! The Parole officer sest The Attorney to David, Bryce's father. I am low income and live in another state, but believe me I fought them hard! There were a few times when I beleived them too but they were lying to me, my son and to the public. Mrs Cantu believed her son nick did this. she said he "NICK" killed my husband, he didn't like him, he wanted him dead. Months later, someone had changed Mrs Cantu's mind. She now involved herself in fallacies against my son. She knows How, When, Where and WHY, her son Nick Framed my son for Murder and so did the "ADULTS" in control. Bryce believes what they wanted him to believe, no matter how many times they rewrote the tragic crime. God, Please continue

Confererate White House

Confererate White House

From Wikipedia:

The Museum of the Confederacy is located in Richmond, Virginia. The museum includes the former White House of the Confederacy and maintains a comprehensive collection of artifacts, manuscripts and photographs from the Confederate States of America and the American Civil War (1861-1865).
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[edit]White House of the Confederacy

The White House of the Confederacy is a gray stuccoed neoclassical mansion built in 1818 by John Brockenbrough, who was president of the Bank of Virginia. Designed by Robert Mills, Brockenbrough’s private residence was built in early nineteenth century Richmond's affluent Shockoe Hill neighborhood (later known as the Court End District), and was two blocks north of the Virginia State Capitol. Among his neighbors were U.S. Chief Justice John Marshall, Aaron Burr, defense attorney John Wickham, and future U.S. Senator Benjamin Watkins Leigh.
Sold by the Brockenbrough family in 1844, the house passed through a succession of wealthy families throughout the antebellum period, including U.S. Congressman and future Confederate Secretary of War James Seddon. Just prior to the American Civil War, Lewis Dabney Crenshaw purchased the house and added a third floor. He sold the home to the City of Richmond, which in turn rented it to the Confederate government as its Executive Mansion.
Jefferson Davis, his wife Varina, and their children moved into the house in August 1861, and lived there for the remainder of the war. Davis suffered from recurring bouts with malaria, facial neuralgia, cataracts (in his left eye), unhealed wounds from the Mexican War (bone spurs in his heel), and insomnia. Consequently, President Davis maintained an at-home office on the second floor of the White House. This was not an unusual practice at that time – the West Wing of the White House in Washington, DC, was not added until the Theodore Roosevelt Administration. President Davis’ personal secretary, Colonel Burton Harrison, also lived in the house.
The Davis family was quite young during their stay at the White House of the Confederacy. When they moved in the Family consisted of the President and First Lady, six year-old Margaret, four year-old Jefferson Davis, Jr., and two year-old Joseph. The two youngest Davis children, William and Varina Anne (“Winnie”), were born in the White House, in 1861 and 1864, respectively. Among their neighborhood playmates was George Smith Patton, whose father commanded the 22nd Virginia Infantry, and whose son commanded the U.S. Third Army in World War Two. Joseph Davis died in the spring of 1864, after a 15-foot fall from the railing on the White House’s east portico. Mrs. Davis’ mother and sister were occasional visitors to the Confederate executive mansion.
The house was abandoned during the evacuation of Richmond on April 2, 1865. Within twelve hours, soldiers from Major General Godfrey Weitzel’s XVIII Corps seized the former Confederate White House, intact. President Abraham Lincoln, who was in nearby City Point (now Hopewell, Virginia), traveled up the James River to tour the captured city, and visited Davis' former residence for about three hours - although the President only toured the first floor, feeling it would be improper to visit the more private second floor of another man's home. Admiral David Porter accompanied Lincoln during the visit to the former Confederate executive mansion. They held a number of meetings with local officials in the White House. Among them was Confederate Brigadier General Joseph Reid Anderson, who owned the Tredegar Iron Works.

Maj.Gen. E.O.C. Ord & Staff on the South Portico of the White House of the Confederacy, 1865, Library of Congress
During Reconstruction, the White House of the Confederacy served as the headquarters for Military District Number One (Virginia), and was occasionally used as the residence of the commanding officer of the Department of Virginia. Among those who served there were Major Generals Edward O.C. Ord, Alfred Terry, Henry Halleck, and Edward R.S. Canby. When Reconstruction ended in Virginia, (October 1870), the City of Richmond retook possession of the house, and subsequently used it as Richmond Central School, one of the first public schools in postwar Richmond.
When the City announced its plans to demolish the building to make way for a more modern school building in 1890, the Confederate Memorial Literary Society was formed with the sole purpose of saving the White House from destruction.

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