Posted by djf on October 22, 1998 at 03:24:03:
In Reply to: Need help and advice with a COURT hearing posted by Shane Hanson on October 21, 1998 at 22:26:04:
Find out if it is an action at law or equity. (before you plead). Demand a court of record, so you can appeal. Most traffic court settings are in truth merely administrative hearings. If it is an action at law, (which it won't be, but the court might slip), demand habeas corpus, there must be an injured party. Equity requires a contract, ask them when the heck you contracted with them for anything, a one sided contract is unconscionable, a fraud from inception. Last, but not least, make sure the court realizes that you are conducting yourself as a sovereign citizen, you govern yourself, and ADMIT YOU MADE AN ERROR, AND IT WILL NOT RECURR. If you were doing 100 mph on a Montana freeway during a clear day with no traffic, that's one thing. If it was raining, visibility was poor, the roads were crammed, you were doing a dramatically higher speed than most traffic and weaving in and out, I might not throw the book at ya, but I'd probably punch you out. With Liberty comes responsibility.
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