reply to post by Wildbob77
OK, I will attempt to explain this concept to you. Say you get a traffic ticket for speeding. did you break a law? No, you committed an infraction.
When you accepted your Driver's License, and signed it, you signed a contract. Your State, I assume yo live in America, your state is a Corporation,
as is your government, and even your city. Very few Villages are still just a village, most have incorporated. what do corporation do? They are in the
business of making money.
So you go to court over your traffic ticket. What kind of court are you in? Remember, you broke no law. You are in a Criminal Court. Are you a
criminal for speeding? Used to be, in my own memory, we had a Justice of the Peace who heard traffic cases and civil disputes. So here you are in a
criminal court. If you hired an attorney to represent you, remember, he or she is a member of the BAR, and of the Law Society, and an Officer of the
Court, and you are not. Take a good look at the American flag hanging there. does it have a gold fringe? then you are actually in a military Tribunal.
Stop here and read the following article:
MILITARY FLAG WITH THE GOLD FRINGE
Now you have a Right to question your accuser. Know this is in the Constitution.
Here is the way the 6th Amendment reads
"In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein
the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the
accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the
Assistance of Counsel for his defence."
Alright, that being said, that traffic cop used a Radar Device to catch you speeding.
Can you question an electronic device? NO! I'll tell you a few other things here too. According the manufacturers of these radar devices, they are to
be installed, and calibrated by a "qualified technician." Also, a current FCC License is required to operate the device. So before you even go to
court, go to the office of the police officer who issued the ticket and ask to see the FCC license. It must be posted in a conspicuous place, and must
be current. My own daughter beat a speeding ticket once because the FCC license was out of date. she simply showed a photo of the license to the
Judge, case dismissed. Anyway, put the cop on the stand. Ask them "who installed the device in your car?" I have did this 6 times, and each time the
officer will say he installed it, cities and counties do not have the cash to have them installed by a tech, and also, the units are supposed to be
re-calibrated every 30 days, riding in a car throws them off. Again, this is never performed. Most radar guns need to be re-calibrated every 30-60
days, and due to ignorance, lack of funding, or laziness, they rarely are. One solid argument for your case is to prove that the measurement device is
faulty. In some states the officer must check the calibration after issuing the ticket - usually by using two tuning forks held in front of the radar,
which vibrate at the frequencies for 35 mph and 55 mph. Verify whether this was done and documented.
Ask the cop from where his authority lies, who give him the authority to pull you over and charge you? They always answer, "From the State." Well,
the State is an Act of Congress, not a piece of land.
Being a Freeman on the Land does not, repeat not, place you above the Law. Do not ever forget this. No body is above the Law, not even a Judge. Not
even the President. What it does do is place you above Corporate Rule. That is what a Statute is...
Definition of STATUTE
1: a law enacted by the legislative branch of a government
2: an act of a corporation or of its founder intended as a permanent rule
3: an international instrument setting up an agency and regulating its scope or authority
Read that CORPORATE RULE. Do your work for, or are you under contract with, the CORPORATION know as the COUNTY/STATE that is charging you with the
infraction? A little note here that will save you a great deal of explaining and trouble. Sign your Driver's License with your name, and "sui juris
If you are confronted with explaining what the "UCC 1-207" does here is your answer. When you are going to sign a contract ( drivers license,
lease, buying a automobile, snowmobile, a building permit, marriage license, devoice decree, or any other document). BEFORE you sign!!! you have the
right to draw a fine line through any thing that is not to your liking. It can be a number, a letter, a word or a group of words. At this time you can
add any thing you want in the contract. Any changes you have made sign your name close to it and date it. A contract is to have all of the contract in
full disclosure at the time of signing. If not the UCC 1-207 will stop you from giving up your rights on the contract you are about to sign and void
out any part of the contract that you have not had the opportunity to view. Now how the UCC 1-207 works. After you put UCC 1-207 where your
signature is going to be. " your signature" is the last you thing you put on the document. When you pick up your pen from the signed contract it is
consummated, you have given up your right to change the contract. Here is some more UCC information. You can go to a public law library for more
And you are going to sign your automobile Registration with your name and this:
"All Rights Reserved, Under Duress." Write this clearly, so it can easily be read.
What this does is: Reserves your Rights under the constitution, and show that you didn't really want to sign a contract with the State, but are
forces to to keep police from harassing you all the time.
Do these things to prepare, do your research, the County Clerk's office has a set of Law Books, they will tell you you cannot look at them, but you
can, ask the Judge, it is your right.
Some more advice:
Even with the right books, legal language reads like hieroglyphics to many pro se litigants. (pro se means you represent yourself)
When you are asked if you know why you were pulled over, just respond with a simple and polite, "No officer, I do not."
Keep in mind that honesty is the best policy especially when you prefer to get off with merely a warning. Avoid admissions of guilt and never make
excuses or create outlandish stories.
On the other hand, if you do get you the ticket, and decide to contest it, remember that any admissions you make now, can be used against you later.
My advice: Say nothing, just answer the officer's question truthfully. Anything you say WILL be used against you.
Record relevant details, such as traffic and road conditions, weather, time of day, and any extenuating circumstances.
Go to the officer’s original position (whether stationary or moving) and check for any obstructions that might have caused them to have a poor view
of the alleged offense or that might have caused the radar to malfunction. (high wires, cell towers, places of business that may have burglar alarms.
All emit microwave signals similar signals.
Make a diagram of the road showing where the officer was positioned, which direction you were traveling, where you eventually stopped, and other
Request a trial. Your ticket may include a court date, or you may need to request a trial. Ask for a Continuance. You are entitled to Two continuances
only, use them wisely. The more time that goes by, the more the officer will forget.
In almost all jurisdictions, paying the fine is an admission of guilt, so do not remit payment. Instead, follow the required steps to get your day in
court. If they have you dead to rights, plead "No Contest." You still pay court cots, but no points are taken from your license.
In most jurisdictions, the police officer who gave you the ticket must show up for the court hearing. If he or she fails to show, your case will be
dismissed. Many times officers will schedule many court hearings on a certain day so that they can appear for all of them at once. You can mess this
up with a continuance. If you request a continuation (a change of date) you increase the odds that the officer won’t show up. You usually need to do
this in writing, and typically you will need to make your request several days in advance of the scheduled hearing. County Clerk's Office.
You might see about choosing a court date that is closer to the holidays - this might increase the odds of your officer being out on vacation.
Some links for you, Read everything, it will help you to understand who you really are as a citizen. Remember, you are not a 14th Amendment citizen,
and the name on your State documents is not you, it is a virtual you, a "Strawman."
AMERICAN PATRIOT FRIENDS NETWORK (APFN)
Sui Juris – Getting The Truth in the Record
The World Freeman Society
THE LAWYER'S SECRET OATH
UCC: uniform commercial code
USConstitution.net - Site Index
Bar Association History & Who Owns the U.S.
UNDERSTANDING COMMON LAW
The Two United States and the Law
Think Free, Be Free (Video site)
I have beat many traffic tickets using the Common Law and standing on being a Sovereign, and you can too, all it takes is some research to obtain a
working knowledge of the law and confidence. No, you will not win every time. But, if you win several times, and the cops get to know that you will
beat them in court, they will not stop you anymore. Remember, you are not an outlaw, you are not above the law, and speeding recklessly may get
someone hurt. The Common Law means do as you wish as long as No One Is Harmed, either monetarily, physically, or mentally. Hope this has explained
this to you fully.