Re: [tips_and_tricks] Help on having to pay to defend myself
- On Jan 3, 2005, at 9:00 AM, WW011@... wrote:
> Fire the JudgeI think you meant "peremptory". Called a peremptory challenge, this
> In California I believe its CCP 170.1
> Might be Different code different state for PREEMPTORY CHALLENGE
right may usually only be exercised once by a party in any given case,
whereas a challenge for cause may be used whenever a cause arises. I
find it better to reserve my one and only peremptory challenge for when
no other cause is available.
California Constitution Article XX, section 3 trumps any statute.
I guess you didn't see my message regarding the lack of judges in
California, due to the above article.
It would be a mistake to attempt to fire an impersonator using either
challenge, since making the challenge assumes that the person to be
removed is indeed a judge. Why would you make a person a judge in your
eyes if they refused to take the required oath of office?
I do not find it advantageous to vest mere neighbors who are willing to
commit impersonation of an officer with the powers of the office they
are impersonating. Why would you?