Some of these techniques are said
to have worked in actual cases. Others are still theory.
26 WAYS TO SHUT DOWN A COURT CASE
- "Your Honor, I don't have an attorney for sentencing. Nobody would sign my contract." (This is the foundation of our "Stay Out of Jail" process. See our book, "The Attorney Contract Method - How to Stay Out of Jail by Using the System to Tie Up the System.")
- "For the record, I cannot enter a plea until the Prosecution reads and certifies ALL the charges into the record."
- "I object to your entry of a "Not Guilty" plea and I will not accept your declaration."
- "The judge did not sign the correct oath (not ‘impartial')."
- "Mr. Prosecutor, Did you swear an oath to uphold the Constitution? Do you intend to process this case according to the Constitution?"
- Demand charging affidavits from each and every accuser for each and every charge.
- Swear yourself in and demand all others do the same -- if they refuse to be sworn in, then say: "Let the record show that these people intend to lie."
- Demand affidavit from judge describing the nature and authority of the court.
- "Does part of the fine go into the judge's pension fund?"
- "Is the judge under IRS criminal investigation?"
- "Plaintiff hasn't exhausted its remedies in commerce."
- "I don't speak Legalese."
- "Define $."
- Demand Bill of Particulars from prosecutor.
- "I don't know my name."
- "I have the right to remain silent. Anything I say can be used against me."
- "Judge, do you hold the full judicial power of the state? Or is it the military power?"
- Demand affidavit that judge has no bias, no conflict of interest and no interest in the outcome of the case.
- Subpoena or depose the Attorney General.
- "Sign this contract that guarantees that you will protect ALL my Constitutional rights."
- Put the Federal Reserve Note on trial.
- "The Post Office is not authorized to serve process."
- Subpoena homework from officer's required "creative writing" (fiction) class and compare w/ the police report.
- "Before I answer that, grant me immunity from state AND federal prosecution -- AND prosecution by sister states AND foreign countries."
- "What is your name? Do you have a claim against me? Do you know anyone who has a claim against me? I request the order be released unto me."
- "I don't understand. I don't recall. Could you repeat the question? I do not give you permission to do this. I do not volunteer. I cannot make a legal determination on what you are asking me to do."
- "I do not accept you as my judge."
- "The question is not reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence."
- "I am not liable for the sum in controversy." [See page 15 of Koffler & Reppy's revision of Shipman's classic "Handbook of COMMON LAW PLEADING"]
- "Your Honor, how do you propose to collect? I never promised to pay."
- "It is unlawful for the State to demand anything from us other than gold or silver coin. The legal tender laws only apply to debts founded on a contract. Judgments and taxes are not founded on contract. Please take judicial notice that there is no gold or silver coin in circulation. It is impossible to pay. The law does not require the impossible."
- "Mr. United States Attorney, are you an organic part of the federal Justice Department? Are you prosecuting me upon your own recognizance, or did somebody authorize you to?"
- "Your Honor, are you a Mason? Mr. Prosecutor, are you a Mason?"
- "The judge's office was not created by law."
- "Supposedly I am presumed to know the law, however, it is physically impossible for me to read the over 60 million statutes plus everything ever published in the Federal Register. Take judicial notice that I do not know the law."
- "The statute says the clerk shall record ALL orders. I order this case dismissed."
- "I'll subpoena the Prosecutor, who knows that traffic court does not legally exist."
- "I decline to swear the oath. If I swear the oath then I will be waiving the right to challenge the authority of the person who is administering the oath. I do not waive this right."
- "That statute was passed in Salem. However, the lawfully chosen capital of Oregon is not Salem, but Eugene City. That statute was not passed in the state capital."