Posted by Julio Rodriguez on May 08, 1998 at 23:21:16:
In Reply to: Re: Anti IRS info posted by Joel on February 01, 1998 at 18:57:41:
going to court is no easy feat...there are a lot of procedures which an unexperienced person will have problems with.. which means that if you want competant help you must hire a lawyer.
and the lawyer must be versed about the true nature of the so called income tax. They must also understand why the IRS indictment is defective...their reference to a law "AS REQUIRE BY LAW" which violates the 6th amendment's NATURE AND CAUSE.
In a proper system the proper motions should prevent a trial but there are no ideals.
I have seen the IRS take non-taxpayers to civil court (the 5th does not apply here) and make them provide books and records under the threat of contempt....this is what happens when people do not know proper procedure...
If your motions did not prevent a trial and you are faced with jury selection...you will see the the difficulty..people will convict other people purely on prejudices and no matter what you say will not change their mind...Jury selection is vital. Also remember that the IRS never convicts anyone ...jurors do!
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