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Court today
01-06-2012, 03:29 PM
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Court today
Went to my 4th arraignment and the judge entered a plea for me and set a trial date for June 26. I was pulled over this past April for an alleged DUI. This one was a private hearing with 2 DA's, the judge, and 3 of my witnesses. I barely got through 1 page of Marc's questions. The judge stated that for a crime there would have to be a corpus delecti and the people were the damage that could have happened. What? That's not a corpus delecti. He quoted what it is, then I read the Colorado v. smith one and he said it was the same one he just read. Not. I previously filed Marc's motion to dismiss which they ignored. Does anyone have CO. case law or pre-trial motions to file such as a motion to suppress evidence as "the fruit of a poisonous tree". The original cause of action the cop stopped me for was Failure to yield to a roadway, which there was no one to yield or stop to. In his report he said I slowed down before tuning right but didn't come to a complete stop and there was light traffic, really no traffic. He had no reasonable suspicion and hence no probable cause to even pull me over. I'm going to fight this to the end. If anyone has any strategies that can take these criminals down, let me know?
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01-06-2012, 03:52 PM
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RE: Court today
Here's the first thread you started regards your situation: http://marcstevens.net/board/showthread.php?tid=3005

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01-07-2012, 10:58 AM
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RE: Court today
Not to condone driving while intoxicated, but the judge probably just set your case up. I would start calling witnesses from the audience or bring my own in for cross examination and question all of the states witnesses as well. could be interesting.
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