Handyman's Motion 4 Properly Set Court
From: The Handyman [mailto:ebobie @...]
Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 4:17 PM
Subject: Re: Here's what was in the post to Tips & Tricks
Bear it was nice to talk with you today. I am still searching for the lost attachment but I found this one. It may be what was attached even though it was created in 1995 instead of 1994.
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To: 'The Handyman'
Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 4:42 PM
Subject: Here's what was in the post to Tips & Tricks
Several have asked for more input on my courtroom experiences. I am 74 and it
is an honor to pass what little knowledge I obtained onto a younger generation.
90% of my attack or defense in a state court has been on our phony money system
and it has been my silver cross to hold up before Dracula. In my last post I
forgot to include that your corporate/entity opposition must be represented by a
licensed lawyer in order for the court to be properly set. A few has asked how
I challenge the deputy's oath and try to disqualify him and where is the right
to challenge a court's setting. I'm sure there is a right in your state
statutes but according to Ryder v. United States the right is in the
Appointments Clause of the Constitution. So I use:
RYDER V. UNITED STATES (1995), 515 U.S. 177, 182, 132 l.Ed.2nd 136, 143
wherein it held that one who makes a timely challenge to the constitutional
validity of the appointment of an officer who adjudicates his case is entitled
to a decision on the merits.
And if the judge rules adversely I immediately submit a pleading entitled:
WRITTEN FINDING OF FACT , CONCLUSIONS OF LAW AND REASONS FOR JUDGMENT TO
DETERMINE THE OATH SATISFIES THE CONSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS TO BE AN OFFICER
AND SUPPORT THE DEMAND WITH:
"The United States Supreme Court has held, "The parties are entitled
to know the findings and conclusions on all of the issues of fact,
law, or discretion presented on the record." citing Butz v Economou
438 U.S. 478, 98 S.Ct. 2894, 57 L.Ed. 2d 895, (1978). See Federal
Maritime Commission v South Carolina States Ports Authority 535 U.S.
743, 122 S.Ct. 1864, 152 L.Ed. 2d 962, (2002).
Attached is one document I have use to get a hearing. Your state may not
place the duty of service of process and citation solely upon the deputy, so
first check that out.
Greetings. I cannot view the attachment. Can you post again?
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