An Authoritative Legal Guide into the Murky Waters of Vaccine Exemptions
Alan G. Phillips, Attorney at Law
by Josh Day
Perhaps the biggest fear of parents who opt not to vaccinate their children is
the state taking legal action against them. Horror stories abound on the Internet
of children being snatched by social services due to vaccination "noncompliance."
While these stories may not all have valid substance behind them, they certainly
frighten parents and motivate them to learn more about real legal exemptions to
mandated childhood vaccines.
the substance and validity problem arises here too.
to the murkiness of laws concerning exemptions, it's extremely difficult to get
a foothold into rock solid information. State and federal (and constitutional)
laws clash, courts set precedents only to contradict other similar cases in other
states, and state and local officials are usually ignorant or even hostile about
vaccine exemptions, making parents feel helpless.
information available on the Internet is almost always anecdotal, often told second
or even third-hand. It's difficult to get a grasp on where to begin when researching
legal vaccine exemptions as you don't know what is really true or if it even applies
to your state or area.
you're like me, you don't want nebulous information that may or may not be accurate.
You want the facts... the stone hard facts that provide you with legal protection.
Detective Joe Friday once said, "Just the facts, ma'am."
I'm happy to tell you that just the facts are finally here.
Phillips, a licensed attorney in the state of North Carolina, has compiled some
solid information pertaining to the unclear waters of vaccines and their relationship
to the law. Whether you're biological or adoptive parents, military personnel,
working in the health care industry, or a college student, Phillips' comprehensive
Legal Exemptions gives you all the legal information available about vaccine
me, you will not find this information on the Internet. I've looked. As far as
I know, this is the only book available on the subject with such a clear and distinct
this 121-page guide, you will find...
frequently asked questions and answers from a licensed American attorney.
and easy to understand information about our convoluted legal system and how it
relates to "mandatory" vaccine laws. No complicated legalese here!
to proceed in a vaccine custody dispute... this advice is critical for the non-lawyer!
your rights with employee-mandated vaccines.
vaccine waivers -- including foreign adoption info.
chapter strictly detailing the AAP's questionably-ethical "Refusal to Vaccinate"
form and how it will affect your visit to the pediatrician.
of state and federal-level cases involving vaccine exemptions... the outcomes,
the presentations, and how the precedents affect you.
on attorneys. Scenarios that detail when you'd need to consult one or hire one...
this info alone is worth the modest price of the guide as you'll learn this
before you land into legal trouble!
about American laws that will surprise you. Perhaps you didn't think you were
eligible for a religious exemption due to the laws of your state? Thanks to the
United States constitution, this may not be true.
finally, and most importantly, what to do and what not to do when presenting an
wish I had read Alan Phillips' guide before we took our 3-month old son to the
pediatrician. It turned out we had gone on a fair amount of misinformation when
we made our case against vaccinating our baby. Thankfully, the appointment ultimately
went well and we had no problems, but we were lucky.
personally consider Vaccine
Legal Exemptions the legal Bible for informed parents of nonvaccinated
children. With so much contradictory advice on the Internet, combined with the
very thin line the law allows for vaccine exemptions, this book is exactly what
the non-vaccinating parent needs.
here to visit Alan Phillips'
Vaccine Legal Exemptions website
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