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oooh more info from some dudes playing government in their spare time? Really?

Just down the street, some 6 year old kids are playing house. In their imaginary reality, their names are Ken and Barbie, and Ken is the pretend president. He has stringently decided to prosecute all citizens grand juries for being counterfeit legal processes and will prosecute the persons involved for Federal felonies. The kids have procured office supplies such as crayons and construction paper, and will with those implements, create a mutlicolored arrest warrant, replete with pictures of Ken's pet bunny rabbit, which are quite cute and entertaining but not drawn to scale. Consider it sort of like their apostile.

So when they execute this neighborhood kids arrest warrant, query, whose imaginary legal process has precedent?

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein