NOT TRUE in California or any state that has INFRACTIONS which are
NOT CRIMINAL, but CIVIL.
In most CRIMINAL cases, I believe that the state is ALLEGING that the
PEOPLE are the INJURED PARTY.
California & probably most other states SPECIFICALLY allow for the
Judge to enter a PLEA for a DEFENDANT who REFUSES to PLEA.
Which REQUIRES them to have FIRST ESTABLISHED PERSONAL jurisdiction
(i.e. you did NOT make a SPECIAL APPEARANCE by filing a MOTION to
QUASH for LACK of PERSONAL JURISDICTION).
Lastly, IF the judge did NOT ORDER him to PAY in FRNs, HOW can you
charge his with ACTING under COLOR OF LAW or COLOR OF OFFICE?
That is IF they even have a VALID OATH OF OFFICE on file as REQUIRED
Patrick in California
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> Congratulations: You are so right. Any moving violation is
considered as criminal. In a criminal complaint there must be and
injured party. The cop is and executive officer performing a judicial
> You may bring charges against the judge for practicing law from the
bench. When he entered a Plea for you he was acting as your attorney.
> Lastly, Charge the Judge with violations of his Oath of office
since he cannot order you to pay with anything other than gold or
silver. Article 1 section 10, "No state shall make anything but gold
or silver as a tender for payment of a debt." A Judge cannot order
you to pay with anything else.
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