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Kris Gets a Dismissal With Prejudice in Texas

Posted on August 31st, 2017 by Marc Stevens

Congrats to Kris for standing up to the predators in Texas and getting a complaint kicked out with prejudice.  And thanks for providing me the documentary proof below.

Kris filed the motion to dismiss and discovery/Brady request.  The prosecution failed to overcome the motion which is based on a lack of evidence, and did not respond to the Brady request.  Kris followed up with motions in Limine and to dismiss for prosecutorial misconduct for because the prosecutor was arguing without evidence.

Instead of responding and trying to show where Kris was wrong, the prosecution filed to dismiss their complaint.  If the prosecution had evidence of jurisdiction and proof the laws applied to Kris, they would have presented it.  But they can’t.  If you disagree, please call a live broadcast with the proof a written instrument (constitution) applies to Kris just because he’s physically in Texas.

Don’t let anyone tell you that you cannot challenge a complaint, whether traffic, drugs, taxes (any code violation) and prevail.  It takes work though, a dedication to critical thinking and applying the Socratic Method, to prevail.  This doesn’t mean we’ll always get tickets kicked out, we are dealing with criminals.


1 Comments For This Post

  1. Dave Beaulieu Says:

    After being convicted of traffic violations, I timely filed my appeal papers with the court. They then came back at me stating that my appeal was NOT timely filed because I failed to bring their prosecutors papers to him in a different city which was also in a different county than the Township of Delavan! I then filed a motion to vacate judgement and a motion challenging the jurisdiction and of course Brady violations. I filed the papers right in the courtroom with the prosecutor and the Clerk. It should be noted that the Township Clerk is NEVER on duty and the ONLY time I have ever seen this woman is in court! The Clerk refused to take my notice of delivery, but she definitely gave the judge a copy. I personally handed the Prosecutor his copy. I filed an affidavit of delivery the following week. It as now been 3 weeks and I have not heard ANYTHING whatsoever from the court, although when I delivered my affidavit the bailiff informed me that the judge was going to respond. I am kind of at a loss as to my next move. Is there a way to force their hand? I would also like to point out that my motion avered that I would not return to court unless they showed proof of jurisdiction, which, of course, they never did.
    If anyone has any pointers, please let me know. My license has been suspended since the date of the filing of the abovementioned papers.

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