May has been pretty good so far, this is the second time traffic tickets have been kicked in less than two weeks. I did a video about this attack by local predators back in March: More Evidence States are Fictions. This was the expected conclusion.
The first time the cop failed to show up for the trial set for him, it was his complaint. Despite this obvious lack of respect for the court’s “authority”, the judge re-set for another trial date. (Had the defendant not shown up a warrant would have been issued.) As I’ve said before, seventy-five percent of the time we file the motion to dismiss, the cop blows off the subpoena and wastes everyone’s time who are forced to show up.
At the second trial, the cop again fails to show and the ticket is kicked out. While I have not called the court or the prosecutor to confirm if the cop was there for other trials, I think the fact he refused to comply with two subpoenas is very strong circumstantial evidence he wanted to avoid the issues raised. They know there is no evidence of presence within the plaintiff or the laws of the plaintiff are applicable in any way. Nor can they establish a valid cause of action.
When it comes to actually proving their allegations with facts, a majority of the time they refuse to come to court and be challenged. When I call they just hang up.
Yes, I can hear it now: “Oh the cop just could not be bothered to go to court that day, there’s no evidence the motion has any merit.” Yeah, check out the standing cross reference. And keep this in mind, the prosecutor thought it was and so did the cop. Remember, it was important enough for him to make the violent stop, write the ticket and file it into court. If the motion had no merit, then why blow off a subpoena? Cops think writing tickets is so important, they are willing to kill you to get you to stop and give you that ticket.
So the claim the cop just couldn’t be bothered is pretty lame.