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I had a judge tell me the constitution is legal jibberish today!

i had a judge say the constitution was legal jibberish today when i was in court how is this legal for a judge to swear a oath to uphold it and say its legal jibberish?



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If it's traffic court, it's not a court of record....

There will be no transcript. He could say he was the wizard and you were Toto if he wanted.

I may not know the truth, but I know when I'm being lied to...

I may not know the truth, but I know when I'm being lied to...

Maybe no transcript, but...

they are required to keep an audio record for a period of time.

You must request a copy or a transcript of the audio, soon before they reuse the tape or whatever medium they use.

I know this from a traffic I was involved in a few years ago. Some states may vary, just ask the clerk of the court.

Freedom is the ability to do what you want to do.
Liberty is the ability to do what you ought to do.
"Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." 2 Corinthians 3:17

Get the transcript from the

Get the transcript from the hearing and report his comments to the Bar or whoever oversees Judges.

It would be interesting to see if you could have him removed from the bench due to his comment, considering that it contradicts his oath to 'uphold the constitution' .

That's it!

There's the understanding of our true power.

Get the transcript and try to get a newspaper to print it, or read it on a radio call-in program. Make it go virule so judges will fear the people again.

Also, get your friends and neighbors to vote to not retain the judge! Wite the judge a letter and have many friends sign it stating that you see him as unfit to sit on the bench.

If feasible, file a charge of violation of oath of office against him.

Whatever you do...do not do nothing!

Freedom is the ability to do what you want to do.
Liberty is the ability to do what you ought to do.
"Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." 2 Corinthians 3:17

The Senate just passed the "DC vote" bill...

and the house is controlled by democrats so I guess it is a go. The problem is that it is unconstitutional for DC resident to have the vote. So, if the senate and the house don't obey the constitution, why should some lowly judge? We are so screwed.

Ask Michael Badnarik

He has a radio call in show everyday and he can help you. His book "Good the be King" is also wonderful on the constitution and how we can use it to represent ourselves and fight back. good luck!

http://www.constitutionpreservation.org/index.htm

It seems to me that this

It seems to me that this judge is trying to take advantage of you. You need to get a lawyer who knows the law and will not be pushed around by the judge.

At the very least, the judge's statements and actions could potentially give you grounds for appeal.

Good luck with all this.

By the way, don't be surprised for this sort of thing to happen. Just as there are many good judges out there we also have bad ones as well. Same as with police who are often found guilty of committing horrible crimes (such as the cop in CA who is now facing murder charges). My point is, nobody is perfect - we are all human and capable of making mistakes. The good thing for you is that when the judge makes mistakes it is very likely to be in your benefit during appeal.

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the world we live in

is not ran the the same way the world the courts live in. I don't have all this knowledge, but someone I know knows how to fight battles in court properly. If I remember correctly, the constitution represents common law. The way I understood it, is the courts really don't practice under common law. It's some sneaky way of them getting around things I think.

So perhaps that's why he called the constitution jibberish. In his court it probably means nothing, although it should.

I wish I could explain better but I don't fully understand it myself. All I know is there is a difference in how some courts operate. They don't appear to be bound by the same laws you'd think they were suposed to be. So if you go to court defending yourself with the "laws", well they may not work for you.

Our courts are courts of admirality said a person I know who

seems to know what he's talking about (unless I am remembering wrong), and these courts deal with UCC codes, and represent corporations...I guess that's what the judge was saying HIS court has nothing to do with the Constitution.

Yes, I'm not suprised

It's a matter of legal president, case law and proper court procedure.

Please, read the following letter:

An Open Letter To Patriots
This movement prides itself on its knowledge of the law, yet only 1 out of 1000 "patriots" will even read the cases.

Lowell H. "Larry" Becraft

"What are the essential ingredients for the battle in the courts? One of my favorite issues used to be the money issue, and we must all admit that this one is perhaps one of the most important. The manner in which this issue was raised in the past demonstrates very critical lessons about the way we must fight in the courts. In the 70's, concerned Americans raised this issue and butchered it."

i was in court

i fired my attorney and moved for counsel and he started freaking out and then i started quoting the 6th ammendment and the judge said "that's why i can't let you represent yourself because you keep quoting legal jibberish" he really said it and said i could quote him on that.

Wisdom is better than weapons of War.....

TeamLaw?

Sounds like a patriot scam! "Donation"? Geez, don't expect those guys to help much beyond a parking ticket. They DO NOT disclose any of their disasters or those that weren't successful...because...it was the "beneficiaries" fault.

A fool and his money are soon parted.

what am i looking for sir?

Wisdom is better than weapons of War.....

Wisdom is better than weapons of War.....

no one has anything to say?

isn't there anyone out there?

Wisdom is better than weapons of War.....

what was the reason you were in court for,

what was the charge? If you do not want to reveal that, it is understandable.