- When prepping for courtroom litigation, it is essential to role-play and engage in some low-risk Socratic questioning of bureaucrats.
- Debunking Territorial/Personal Jurisdiction – Why it Doesn’t Exist.
- Countering the pseudo-criticism that the Marcratic method is “doomed for failure” and the condescending, worn-out line “you don’t understand the law, do you?“
- The art of noncompliance to institutionalized violence.
- Joe Gets Drug Charge Kicked Out – Prosecution Could Not Prove Jurisdiction.
- Commentary and opinion on CopWatching activism.
- Double-standards in determining jurisdiction depending on who the defendant is.
- If jurisdiction is so blatantly obvious, then why is it so hard for them to prove it with facts and evidence?
- Contrary to their own codes, why are prosecutors allowed commit misconduct by making arguments outside the facts and evidence?
- Filing claims with the city’s risk management/insurance when you have out of control bureaucrats that commit egregious misconduct.
- For the sov-cit types: they are not trying to contract with you.
- Statism is the ultimate opiate for the masses.
- Unnecessary suffering and killing is wrong.
- Free-market principals applied in a free society.
- The magic and connection of music.
- Dorthy from AZ: the judge is caught colluding in a real estate fraud lawsuit <> in possession of over 500 documents proving real estate fraud <> and numerous instances of escalated harassment for making legal challenges.
- Robbie from OR: update on his current adventure in legal-land <> the judge refused to hold the prosecution to their burden-to-prove all their assertions; most notably evidence to prove jurisdiction <> the judge dodges a simple evidentiary ‘yes-or-no’ question by condescendingly saying that “I can’t answer your question to your satisfaction” <> jailed for a day for simply asking a tough question of evidence <> the judge has a fast and loose definition of what “facts” actually are and how they’re determined <> the judge wants to hold the defendant to the same standard as an attorney <> the judge predictably repeats the common lie that “jurisdiction is an issue for trial” <> and adventures of CopWatching in Los Angeles questioning the cop’s roadside legal determinations (that they’re “not qualified” to make).
- Tom from MI: changing your plea downstream in the proceedings <> what would resolving neighborly disputes in a voluntary society look like and how could it function? <> reducing your tax burden <> anarchists that can’t quit their government jobs <> and a little music/guitar talk.