Posted by First Middle Last on October 18, 1998 at 00:59:04:
In Reply to: Re: Money posted by Patrick Henry on October 14, 1998 at 19:36:30:
RE:, then MY opinion is that this would just be another evidence that the use of different CASE in words has never had any legal significance in this country.
U.S.A. v. Knudson
Vance E. Knudson, Sui Juris
24499 DEFENDANT'S REBUTTAL TO PLAINTIFFS' BRIEF IN OPPOSITION TO MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM JUDGMENT
In pari materia, Defendant hereby enters a standing objection to the habitual use, by employees of the U.S.Department of Justice, of fictitious nommes de guerre to name the parties of interest in all civil and criminal actions which are brought before this honorable Court.
Defendant does not now use, and never has used, all CAPITAL LETTERS to write or print His Proper Name. Misnomer is a plea in the nature of abatement
(abatement of the misnomer of the Christian name; which Vance E. Knudson misnomered by use of an initial, see "name" Bouvier 1856 law dictionary: Judge must have got a good laugh out of this!)
The instant case was brought by the Plaintiffs "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" [sic], not by the "United States" [sic].
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