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  • One should study up on "succession of state" as well. jm367@^$1 wrote: Boy, somebody should tell the courts about this. Anybody who has not understood the common law conquest, war, and trust powers post has no knack for law. Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - You care about security. So do we.
    Scott Hall Sep 8, 2004
  • Ever hear of "private prosections?" Contact Alfred Adask for info on this. I remember reading an article in the Antishyster mag years ago. ibbblank wrote: OK, but the police department is refusing to file criminal complaints even though I have presented them with the Penal Code vilations? HOW to make the police comply? So, I may need to go into civil court, and what theory of law...
    Scott Hall Jul 2, 2004
  • The law in question is not necessarily repugnant to state or federal constitutions. Just like the laws that state that if you are "operating a motor vehicle" you are required to have a "drivers license." are not repugnant to the constitutions. The state has the right to regulate commerce. It is your duty to litigate as you go and deny, refute, and rebut presumptions that specific...
    Scott Hall Jun 23, 2004
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  • Well said, I concur. If there exists a reasonable suspicion that a crime has been committed (in some instances "about to be committed") and that you are involved or have knowledge (material witness) of said crime, then Terry applies. In oregon, there is a list of "presumptions of law." The one below covers a broad range of things and should be used often. Most states have rules of...
    Scott Hall Jun 22, 2004
  • every state has "rules of evidence." These "laws" determine whether an affidavit is "testimony" or not. The last time I checked, the trier of fact had to base their findings on evidence, which includes testimony, not just testimony. Dessie Andrews wrote: I just spoke with an attorney about this the other day. His thinking is, an affidavit is in the record, but is not evidence. The...
    Scott Hall Jun 20, 2004
  • I'm just a simple lad, but mathmatically and logically you can't say that a reduction of a negative is the same as an increase of a positive. A debt reduction means that you have less debt and can spend the money you already have on other things besides that debt. It doesn't create more money to spend! No increase in money, no increase in income. Do the math. Hope this helps...
    Scott Hall May 15, 2004
  • JMHO, but shouldn't one raise the argument that a "law" was not properly enacted via objection or other form of challenge with 30 days after it's inception per due process and/or legal procedure? After all, said "laws" are published and the public given adequate notice that said laws were enacted. There is a time to object in all proceedings. Just like the 14th Amd, the courts have...
    Scott Hall Apr 30, 2004
  • Dave Miner wrote: Scott - You brig up a good point, but one which I expect will bring its own additional problems. For instance, if one places a "Not In Service" sign on a car, one is declaring that this is a vehicle that is intended for commercial purposes You do that already when you register it as a "Motor Vehicle" that is temporarily not being used for that purpose. I am not...
    Scott Hall Apr 8, 2004
  • I just had a thought. When a bus or taxi is no longer taking on "passengers" it displays a sign that says, "NOT IN SERVICE" Now, it would seem to me that if a car is registered as a "MOTOR VEHICLE" (commercial designation requiring the operator to have a driver's license) then the state is well within its right to rely on that PRESUMPTION that the person behind the wheel is...
    Scott Hall Mar 29, 2004
  • A Habeas Corpus can contain lots of different info for lots of different issues. Would anyone care to supply a copy of this "driving" habeas? Nilbux@^$1 wrote: Merrill Jenkins' daughter was stopped for speeding. She pulled out a habeus corpus typed on a card the size of a business card, She signed it, gave it to the cop and he said, "get out of here." She departed. I carried a...
    Scott Hall Feb 23, 2004