posted on Jan, 23 2013 @ 04:52 PM
Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by flyswatter
Cops can be twits at times. Same goes for judges. They are no different than any other human being in that respect. But I'm not going to pass
judgement on someone just because they are a cop or a judge. Each case should be judged on its own merits. What I am looking for (case, name, etc)
would allow me to see your proof of the argument working. If you're not able to provide it, why should anyone simply take your word for it?
If the cops and judges don't know the law, how would we know that this is all fake, if they just do what they want anyways? Yes, you very much missed
it....The cops and judges do whatever they want; why would you think that they would easily let something like this fly? I have no reason to lie; why
would I try to get people in trouble? All you can do is ask me to prove something, that isn't even going to be online?
I can't even find MY cases online; what makes you think every single court case in the world is uploaded to google?
Another analogy for ya; if I said that I dreamt last night about anything doesn't even matter, how could I prove that to you? Instead of asking for
proof, how about just debunking it, hmm?
You'll find that a police officer is more likely to be ignorant (or completely disregarding) of the law than a judge. No group of people is perfect.
But if a judge says "$500 fine" and bangs his gavel, you give him some argument about being a sovereign citizen and not liable for it, etc etc, and
he cocks his head to the side, laughs at you, and walks out ... that doesnt mean that he's just doing what he wants
It doesnt mean that your
interpretation of the law is correct, and his is not.
And I never said every case was online. I believe another poster may have eluded to that, but not me.
Whether the information is online or not depends on a few things - the age at which it happened, when it happened, and the state in which it happened.
Some states maintain online repositories (some more extensive than others, I have found), but some dont; in those states, you're forced to get the
documentation in another manner - phone call, fax, email, in person, whatever.
If the information regarding these cases is not online, no worries - it can be had in those other manners, provided it does not fall into a category
that happens to be sealed (juvenile, etc).