Posted by Derek Kyle on February 14, 1998 at 14:16:02:
In Reply to: Re: Cop crossed out my "without prejudice" posted by Chris on January 23, 1998 at 16:02:05:
: In Black's 6th it says:
: "Municipal warrants" - A municipal warrant or order is an instrument drawn by an officer of a municipality upon its treasurer, directing him to pay an amount of money specified therein to the person named or his order, or to bearer.
: Seems like these are only for when the state owes YOU money. So I don't understand how this can be the traffic ticket. I don't have an earlier Blacks, so perhaps it is explained better there?
The presumtion is that you are the treasurer for the State. If you will review the mechanism for the support of federal troops in the Southern States after the War between the States, you will find it was a requirement for those who claimed US Citizenship to pay a military tax to provide for their protection in the newly occupied territories which were segregated as five federal regions. Upon forming new constitutions, each southern state still retained some form of military occupation [see: General Orders 100, issued under Executive Order by Lincoln, not recinded to this date, to the best of my knowledge] Those Citizens found not in compliance with the district military ruler were fined. [If you will take to time to understand Roman Civil Law, it will be clear to you then.] You are the treasurer in support of the occupying military municipality. Take time to understand what government you are a citizen of. I have been searching to understand for the past five years. Many lines have been clouded, some erased.
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