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NSP – Aug 11, 2012 – Co-host: JT

Posted on August 11th, 2012 by Calvin

Co-host: JT.

Show Topics: Tickets, Tyrants, and Assessments -|- review of the first Jackalope Freedom Festival and reminder of the upcoming Libertopia Festival Oct 11-14 -|- prosecutor’s high conviction rates by use of intimidation, fear, and violence -|- cult-like behavior from bureaucrats -|- properly calling the judge out when they contradict their previously stated positions -|- proving the LAW is applicable with statutory offenses -|- alleging someone is violating a “statute” IS “submitting a legal opinion” which should be stricken from the record -|- how to proceed with a motion to dismiss during a motion’s hearing in court -|-  avoiding making statements in court and looking for clarifications by asking questions -|- prosecutors and judges not verifying witness testimony AND establishing jurisdiction I.A.W. justiciability -|- petition for habeas corpus for Ademo not accepted by clerk.

Caller’s Topics:

  • Adam from Arizona: standing and entering pleas.
  • Keith from Auburn: civil disobedience by sharing the No STATE Project with law enforcement.
  • Mary from Michigan: “case” update, firing court-appointed attorneys, jury nullification, avoiding signing implicating documents, and voir dire questions.
  • Ted from Maine: arrested for for missing traffic hearing due to heart attack (yet another example of bureaucrats targeting society’s most vulnerable).
  • Jay from Richmond: TSA debacle; no evidence, no witnesses, no case.
  • Jason from Idaho: sister’s 1st time in court; cop not qualified to give legal opinions. Differences between autonomy and sovereignty.
  • Ed from New York: 😎 child support complaint kicked out of court (congratulations!). When Ed factually questioned whether the code applies to him, the judge arbitrarily replied: “It just does.” Citing court rulings (opinions) of “no duty to protect” and what a “CITIZEN” is.
  • James from Utah: request for a telephonic hearing generated from filing an appeal from a traffic-violation conviction.
  • Non-compliance Chip: motion hearing Monday and sticking to the facts to keep them responsive and specific. Is there a REAL adversary?

I also played the latest installment of the Call-of-ShameThe Code is Applicable Because the Code Says So – More Nonsense From Legal Land. I’m no photoshop expert (duh), but in honor of Debby from the CoS, I made up the following:

Now I just have to learn how to animate it and make it turn around.


12 Comments For This Post

  1. Bucky Says:

    Marc, my 9 yr old “unschooler” could probably figure out how to make those words go round. 🙂 He surprised me yesterday when he showed me that he was learning to use msdos commands.

    Anyway, good to have you back on the air..

  2. Steve Says:

    Great, a new show in the archive.
    What happened to the others, this is the first one since July 21st.


  3. Marc Stevens Says:

    @ steve – there were no live shows the past 2 weeks, I was out of town and was not able to record anything.

  4. Andy Says:

    Lawyers won’t challenge jurisdiction and thus should maintain their principal-agent relationship and stand in for the principal and take the courts ruling and sentence. As Marc has said many times, “They’re laughing at us.”

  5. Alex Says:

    I’ll animate the circle for you , Marc. I’ll email it to you today (Sunday).

  6. Steve Says:

    Thanks for the update Mark. Missed you 🙂


  7. Eddie Says:

    hey marc what legislative act allowed lawyers to practice law in a court room and not the the color of law?

  8. Marc Stevens Says:

    Don’t know of any specific “laws”, though there are rules of court that deal with that. The UPL statutes probably have exceptions for lawyers though.

  9. Alex Says:

    I haven’t animated the circle yet, not to my satisfaction.

    This archive was less than 2 hours long. It seems like the download was damaged or something happened.

    Is it me or was this recording different?

    I’ll D/L it again just in case it was at my end.

  10. StimuL8 Says:

    Nice to see ya back Marc hope your trip was good, By the way I decided to jump into the fray and help a friend of mine defend a malicious terrorist attack by 20-30 armed gang members, sent by a man purporting to represent the fiction. They were trying to steal 27 years of his life on felony drug charges with no standing, cause of action, corpus delecti other than their malicious and fraudulent violence. I had him file a notarized affidavit into the court and upon the persecutor when he walked into the court. Everyone of them got very, very silent and became obviously uncomfortable and the judge postponed it another 6 months. Which Forum do you like things like this filed in. I came into this in the middle of it however, he was already fighting their bs at every turn. I’ll post the Affidavit filed and will keep you apprised of the situation and further developments.
    I think they are going to dismiss for failure to prosecute because he was originally arrested June 23 2011 and caged without cause for over 6 weeks and extorted for 40,000 dollars in bond, to get out of the cage they criminally had him in. I told him I’m not a lawyer but I would help him to the best of my ability and that I had used affidavits to good effect on 2 of my 3 false arrests. The first one was why I started studying law, and how I’ve learned what I have. Lemme know what forum to put these in and I’ll even post on the 2 false arrests of mine to show people how I was let go both times without ever seeing a judge.
    Nice to hear about Mary again and she is one reason I decided to help my neighbor.

    The great enemy of clear language is insincerity.
    – George Orwell

  11. JP Says:

    I would love to get a t-shirt with this symbol . . . Perhaps I can have one made?

  12. Jon Says:

    I indulged . . .

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