Tickets, Tyrants, and Assessments
- Grieving the loss of a family member.
- Maintaining good health to keep well for the many challenges in life.
- For there to be an violation of the law, you have to provide facts that the law applies.
- To presume one innocent, you must presume them innocent of every element of the offense until proven (with facts and evidence) guilty.
- Reaching bureaucrat’s cognitive process by getting specific admissions and feeding them their own mallogic back to them.
- Using the technique of exposing the judge’s grotesque dishonesty, despite their mandate to provide and fair and impartial proceeding, to halt a railroading.
- If challenging jurisdiction is so stupid, then WHY when you sue the government; the first thing they challenge is jurisdiction?
- The only argument, or position, you should be pursuing in the courtroom is that “the prosecution lacks sufficient evidence to prove their legal assertions” (e.g.: jurisdiction).
- Deconstructing the government concept of immoral legalized state-sanctioned violence: “might makes right.”
- Choosing to not sign a paper that you disagree with, out of your own freewill, is considered contempt of court to unaccountable, morally-deficient judges.
- How to effectively file a complaint against bureaucrats.
- Intrastate use of the driver’s license was originally a legal argument invoking state’s rights.
- Kathleen Barry’s extension to respond to Marc’s inquiry about applicability of the code.
- Government Indicted will soon be available for pre-order soon and in-hand at Libertopia 2013.
- Lack of coverage on the high-profile Bradley Manning persecutorial trial compared to the media circus over the Zimmerman and Arias trials.
- Expecting lawyer tricks and deception and knowing how to effectively counter it with continually pursuing the facts and evidence.
- Ian Freeman’s bureaucratic legal-attack dropped and Marc’s efforts to assist Ian to engage NH bureaucrats on evidence to prove applicability of the code.
- Pending follow-up to Marc’s inquiry to the Tempe city council.
- Update on the legal-attack based from Maine towards a woman in Russia.
- Cory from CA: follow-up of a motions hearing: the judge denies motion to demur claiming that “findings of fact are reserved for civil trials,” the judge claims that “traffic infractions are neither criminal nor civil” [engage the question of burden-of-proof to determine the true nature of the charge; beyond a reasonable doubt = criminal, by preponderance of evidence = civil], and the judge claims “no evidence has to be proven before trial.”
- Adam from AZ: NSP media rep shows for a arraignment hearing for a “public consumption” charge in Scottsdale, judge claims that matters of fact are reserved for trial and demands that the defendant enter a plea despite all the supreme court rulings stating that jurisdiction must be proven and can be be brought up at any time, judge claims there is no legal authority to question the evidence, the judge conflates fact with opinion, making an appearance as accepting jurisdiction, and lawyer friends that advise to not challenge jurisdiction.
- Chris from TX: threatened with arrest for questioning the evidence at a motion to show cause hearing, forced plea from the record-tampering judge, filing charges against the judge for violations of rights and misconduct, and a post-hearing parking ticket citation.
- Patriot Wonder from FL: filing bar grievances against attorneys and judges [*note: you cannot file a bar grievance against a judge], and traffic tickets are federal cases [*note: intrastate traffic is not federal, and should not be considered under interstate commerce].
- Robert from FL: tying up loose ends before going to trial Monday, using the voir dire vetting process to ask the jury if they convict if the prosecution lacked evidence to prove their assertions, using a whiteboard in the courtroom to track empirical proof of 1) applicability of the constitution and laws, 2) first element of corpus delecti: the criminal act that 3) resulted in the second element: some actual (provable) form of loss, injury, and/or harm, 4) mens rea: the evil intent, managing courtroom anxiety, $300 offer for anyone who can document Roberts hearing Monday, and filing an unsigned plea of guilty to avoid the charge that the court needed to force you to plea because of your refusal to plea.
- Imran from AZ: pursuing cases of judicial/prosecutorial misconduct, finding insurance information from the city’s risk-assessment department and making insurance claims against legally-aggressive bureaucrats, the court’s use of public defenders to control the defendant from asking tough questions, record tampering judge forcing dialogue from the defendant, the unique variant of attorney’s authority complex when communicating with pro per litigants, and an examination of the real underlying lack of presumption of innocence granted by the court.
- The Onion Radio News by TheOnion.com.
- Intro Track: Presence of the Lord by Blind Faith.
- Outtro Track: Wake Up by Rage Against The Machine.
- Peace News Now with Derrick J.
- Live from the Bradley Manning Trial with Alexa O’Brien by Reason.com.
- The Liberty Beat with John Bush.
- New Cell Phone Spying Revelations: Phones Near Targeted Individual Remotely Activated As Bugs by Mark Dice.
- The Police Accountability Report by Copblock.org with Darryl W. Perry.
- Free Speech Radio News by FSRN.org.