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> A "peace officer" who has completed the requisite courses is not aThis comes from my memory in reading statutes where there was
> police officer, as we commonly understand the term and see on the
> streets and in squad cars.
a separate section for "peace officers" completing some courses.
I have not done any research to know what distinction there is
between a peace officer and a police officer, for point of
> Wasn't there a post about the fact that a police officer cannotAgain, for clarification, I said I used this as a one-liner in my
> issue a summons as not being the plaintiff? I used that as a
> one-liner in my current appeal of a fourth moving violations, the
> first three of which were dismissed.
current appeal of a fourth moving violation. As an aside, I finished
and submitted my brief aimed at embarassing the judge for "plain
error" arising from his unjudicial comments made in open court about
me. I do not yet have the results of my appeal.
The three tickets already dismissed were from another court and
another judge who dismissed them rather than deal with my certified
oath of office on the cop, and my subpoena decus tecum against the
prosecutor to produce his license to practice law.
This was in preparation for my "jury trial" the judge imposed upon
me. At the "trial," the usually chatty prosecutor stood mute when
I came to the bench, and the judge, who thought she was going to
teach me a lesson, wouldn't even look at me when she said, "Oh, this
case was dismissed."