- Simply questioning the legitimacy of government may get you special abusive treatment from your local opinion enforcers.
- Marc’s talk for Libertopia 2014 will focus on ‘activist journalism.’
- Using logic and evidence, as opposed to logical fallacies and opinion, to build a case.
- In the spirit of resolution, you can offer to pay the fine/assessment as long as they agree to not bring forth an arbitrary case.
- Because we are taking the moral high-ground, we are objecting to victimless crime persecutions by challenging their evidence.
- “The true measurement of a person’s worth isn’t what they SAY they believe in, but it is what they DO in defense of those beliefs. If you are not acting on your beliefs, then they probably aren’t real.“
- “I will respect your authority once you respect my autonomy.”
- More evidence of the statist double-standard in most all nation-STATE courtrooms.
- Making assertive objections when there’s a incident of violation of due-process and/or prosecutorial misconduct. (e.g.: making arguments outside the evidence.)
- Attorneys getting annoyed by objections.
- The art of catching logical fallacies and being able to effectively question the evidence.
- Spotlighting success stories where people representing themselves are able to exercise effective damage-control in court, that can lead to a favorable outcome of getting the case tossed from court.
- Louis Prima‘s “Sing Sing Sing“
- Keith and Bradley from England: Keith’s McKenzie friend, Bradley, was banned from last week’s hearing, at the plaintiff’s request, and is now being accused of UPL <> dissident citation escallation <> objecting to non-witnesses giving testimony <> getting the judge to stop the plaintiff from referring to the defendant by using accusatory assertions rather than calling them by their name <> building confidence in litigation through experience <> the uncompassionate nature of family courts <> objecting to the judge conferring with the prosecutor in ex-parte proceedings <> the strategic reasons for litigating cases in the higher courts where judges tend to respect procedure and evidence a bit more than in the lower courts <> the lack of professionalism in the courtroom <> disclosure is extremely important in an effective defense <> using the prosecution’s argumentative promiscuity against them in your arguments <> and pushing to set precedent for full representation by McKenzie friend in UK courts.
- Non–compliance Chip from NC: it took twenty months for a court to hear an appeal from a defendant that has been convicted <> success story: after a long-awaited appeal hearing, all felony charges were dropped and the self-representing defendant was no longer considered a ‘felon‘ <> the very consequential downside to using an attorney who doesn’t really have your best interests in mind and in heart <> using NSP chat-groups to prepare for court using role-play and drawing off other people’s personal experiences <> strength and confidence through experience <>