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NSP – May 31, 2014 – Co-host: JT – [DRAFT VERSION]

Posted on June 1st, 2014 by Calvin

Co-host: JT.

Show Notes:

Caller’s Topics:

  • Jeff from IN/AZ: advancing a complaint of judicial misconduct against judge Young years ago <> the use of municipal and state traffic cameras in AZ <> thoughts on the newest CoS: applying the same coercive and assumptive standards towards the IRS in the same way they do to their victims <> and upcoming workshop dates and venues.
  • Joey from SC: Success Story: two tickets kicked from court this past Tuesday by asking questions of evidence to prove jurisdiction <> cop pulls the defendants aside out of court to legally advise them that the “argument would not hold up in court” <> litigating beyond plea-bargain offers <> the cop was “surprised” by how “very well written” the motion was <> and how real court experience is valuable for when the next time a bureaucrat decides to mount a legal attack.
  • Tom from MI: update on the 4th appearance of an ongoing traffic court proceeding; cop polls the defendant out into the hall and seeks adjournment <> civil-disobedience by questioning the prosecutor’s baseless legal assertions <> disgruntled “welfare mom” using the police to harass her neighbor <> using court experience to better navigate the legal system in the future <> using their laws and PR against them <> and developing and having a “plan B” ready in case of “plan A” failure.

Editor’s Note: This is the draft version of the podcast, meaning show notes have only been documented up to about the hour mark, however; all the off air commentary is included and the show notes will be completed as time allows.


3 Comments For This Post

  1. Bradley Says:

    It’s worth noting transcripts in crown and county courts is expensive in the uk also, I just ordered another which can only be by the courts approved transcribers cost me £186.00 for a 17 minute hearing, the transcript was only 11 pages and the words were in bold and little was said. I have to get this in order for high courts appeal, in July. My last appeal cost me £760 for a transcript and you have to pay on an estimate upfront and then the transcript needs to be approved by said judge whom can alter as he sees fit. NICE!

  2. Travis Says:

    403 Error? Forbidden access?

  3. Calvin Says:

    Update on audio download error: with the help of Gary Capps (say hello to him in the NSP skype chat), we have the podcast download bug fixed and you can now continue to freely download the audio files once again. Kudos kind sir!

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