Big difference then "Court of Register" being "Court of Fact" being "De-facto Court".
Originally Posted by David Merrill
I probably have posted this here before, but will probably post it several more times as the opportunity presents itself.
In reaching the conclusion that the cable franchise is not a license, we begin with the hornbook definition of a license:
A permit, granted by an appropriate governmental body, generally for a consideration, to a person, firm, or corporation to pursue some occupation or to carry on some business subject to regulation under the police power. A license is not a contract between the state and the licensee, but is a mere personal permit.
Schloss v. City of Indianapolis
Supreme Court of Indiana
Good stuff there.
Last edited by pumpkin; 08-05-16 at 01:57 PM.
Originally Posted by walter
Courts not of record.
I asked once, Is this a court of record. The "judge" silently gestured toward the transcriber. I was still unclear until he mumbled, We are recording...
So the preservation of the Record with a competent clerk and notarized transcribers is essential.
I gave up R4C on traffic tickets long ago; generally not effective. MJ has outlined why. I handle them administratively. In fact making them go away has become rather routine and automatic.
The risk in playing warrior, aside from injury and scars, is finding yourself fighting something unintended; someone else's war. Or worse yet, fighting your brother. Over what? Because he lives in Pennsylvania and you're in Maryland?
That sure looks like it is best paid off lawful money demanded. Fighting with foreign computer cash cows is the stuff bad dreams are made of.
If you write a letter that stops the computer, we would like to see that.
Last edited by David Merrill; 08-27-16 at 09:40 AM.
Sorry, didn't make myself clear. There's nothing to pay. True Name showed up at the hearing to handle the matter, with honor. The judgment as you see was NR (not responsible). $105 saved and no marks/points against the driving record. As usual I beat the traffic ticket. Thank you David & MJ!
I don't recall ever visiting beattraffictickets.org but notice the domain is owned by Bottomline Publications, the prolific marketer known for its "negative option billing" practice. Essentially sending you the next book/newsletter (even if you don't want it) and then billing you for it.
You are welcome and thank you!
Nice, stay in honor.