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Interesting Federal Criminal Law Broken by Locals All the Time:

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  • Legalbear
    ò misrepresenting ministerial material fact............................................. [cf. 18 USC º1001 ... ò obstructing justice by denying due process
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 7, 2014

      • misrepresenting ministerial material fact............................................. [cf. 18 USC §1001

      ... • obstructing justice by denying due process of in-comity law................ 18 USC §1506

      ... • perjuring the public record..................................................................... 18 USC §1621

      ... • concealing public record evidence......................................................... 18 USC §2071

      ... • treason against oath of office or corporate charter ..................... art 3 § 3 u.s.a. const.]

       

       

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    • Mark Gardner
      I can understand a few explaining how Criminal Law being broken by locals. 18 USC �1001 Paragraph (a), subsection (1) which would step simply into subsection
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 7, 2014
        I can understand a few explaining how Criminal Law being broken by locals.
        18 USC §1001
        Paragraph (a), subsection (1) which would step simply into subsection (2) but not so sure that subsection (3) would be an air tight reason as it has the word "knowing" in it, but if (1) and (2) are true, then (3) has to be true, but still feel that single word would give them an out.
        18 USC §1506
        This one is quite easy to understand, take you pick really and apply it to your court case.
        18 USC §1621
        This one I understand, but would also doubt it would be all that useful as  paragraphs (1) and (2) use the word "believe". That pesky word would be difficult to prove otherwise I would think.
        18 USC §2071
        This one I believe could even be used in one of my past cases as paperwork I submitted never was mentioned or showed up into the case.
        Now for the last,
        Article III Section 3
        I am a little lost on the relevance of this example being used. It seems to me to just explain what Treason under this Article consists of and the process in which to invoke it. Not sure where it fits on the list, unless it is used here to show if the first two sections are in violation, which the first four Article examples given would certainly give the reasons for such.

        Great examples.
        Thank you
        On 3/7/2014 5:16 AM, Legalbear wrote:
         

        • misrepresenting ministerial material fact............................................. [cf. 18 USC §1001

        ... • obstructing justice by denying due process of in-comity law................ 18 USC §1506

        ... • perjuring the public record..................................................................... 18 USC §1621

        ... • concealing public record evidence......................................................... 18 USC §2071

        ... • treason against oath of office or corporate charter ..................... art 3 § 3 u.s.a. const.]

         

         

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