Re: Infractions vs. misdemeanors in California
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frog Farmer" <frogfrmr@...>
> > There is a statute that says once a verified complaintFor anyone going up against the system, never go unprepared.
> > is demanded, by objection and before proceeding to
> > trial, it must be provided.
> Help them out by providing it, when you next see them trying to
> snooker you like you were an ordinary fool.
I did identify the statute that says once a verified complaint
is demanded, by objection and before proceeding to trial, [note
that there is a procedure to follow, and know what that
procedure is before a right gets waived], but like everything
else I said, the judge ignored it and kept aggressively going
after me, probably thinking I would be cowered into submission,
which is why it is so important to be prepared.
Was I nervous? Absolutely, but I never waivered from my
objective. I reluctantly gave the statute, mentioned above,
on the 4th or 5th objection because I was unsure if citing it
would put me automatically into jurisdiction and a trial would
then be underway, but I wanted a record established for any
appeal. There was a court recorder present.
Stand up and be counted!