Control the Court
MOTIONS VS DEMANDS
Certain judicial processes evoke more authority and power over others. Like a set of tools, in the hands of a knowledgeable craftsman, qualified individuals can assume control of the courts and the judicial processes to meter out true justice.
Black’s Law Dictionary 4th Ed Definitions:
MOTION: Parliamentary law. The formal mode in which a member submits a proposed measure or resolve for the consideration and action of the meeting.
PETITION: A written address, embodying an application or prayer from the person or persons preferring it, to the power, body, or person to whom it is presented, for the exercise of his or their authority in the redress of some wrong, or the grant of some favor, privilege, or license.
PETITION OF RIGHTS: A Parliamentary declaration of the liberties of the people, assented to by King Charles I, in 1629. It is to be distinguished from the Bill of Rights, (1689), which has passed into a permanent constitutional statute.
RIGHT: Defined generally as “powers of free action.” And the primal rights pertaining to men are undoubtedly enjoyed by human beings purely as such, being grounded in personality, and existing antecedently to their recognition by positive law.
Rights are also classified in Constitutional Law as natural, civil, and political to which there is sometimes added the class of “personal rights.”
Natural Rights are those which grow out of the nature of man and depend upon personality, as distinguished from such as are created by law and depend upon civilized society: or they are those which are plainly assured by natural law or those which, by fair deduction from the present physical, moral, social, and religious characteristics of man, he must have realized for him in a jural society, in order to fulfill the ends to which his nature calls him. Such are the rights of Life, Liberty, Privacy, and good reputation.
Civil Rights are such as being to every citizen of the state or country, or, in a wider sense, to all its inhabitants, and are not connected with the organization or administration of the government. They include the rights of property, marriage, protection by the laws, freedom of contract, trial by jury, etc. Or, as otherwise defined, civil rights are rights appertaining to in virtue of his citizenship in a state or community. Rights capable of being enforced or redressed in a civil action. Also a term applied to certain rights secured to citizens of the United States by the thirteenth and fourteenth amendments to the Constitution, and by various acts of congress made in pursuant thereof.
Political Rights consist in the power to participate, directly or indirectly, in the establishment or administration of government, such as the right of citizenship, that of suffrage, the right to hold public office, and the right of petition.
Personal Rights is a term of rather vague import, but generally it may be said to mean the right of personal security, comprising those of life, limb, body, health, reputation, and the right of personal liberty.
Contract: A promissory agreement between two or more persons that creates, modifies, or destroys a legal relation.
An agreement, upon sufficient consideration, to do or not do a particular thing.
A deliberate engagement between competent parties, upon a legal consideration, to do, or to abstain from doing, some act.
It is agreement creating obligations, in which there must be competent parties, subject matter, legal consideration, mutuality of agreement, and mutuality of obligation, and agreement must not be so vague or uncertain that terms are not ascertainable.
A contract or agreement is either where a promise is made on one side and assented to on the other; or where two or more persons enter into engagement with each other by a promise on either side.
The writing which contains the agreement of parties, with the terms and conditions, and which serves as a proof of the obligation.
Consensual and Real Contracts: Consensual Contracts are such as are founded upon and completed by the mere agreement of the contracting parties, without any external formality or symbolic act to fix the obligation.
Real Contracts are those in which it is necessary that there should be something more than mere consent, such as loan of money, deposit or pledge, which, from their nature, require a delivery of the thing.
COERCION: Compulsion; constraint; compelling by force or arms.
It may be actual, direct, or positive, as where physical force is used to compel act against one’s will, or implied, legal or constructive, as where one borty is constrained by subjugation to other to do what his free will would refuse.
DURESS: Unlawful constraint exercised upon a man whereby he is forced to do some act that he otherwise would not have done. It may be either “duress of imprisonment”, where the person is deprived of his liberty in order to force him to compliance, or by violence, beating, or other actual injury, or duress per minas, consisting in threats of imprisonment or great physical injury or death, duress may also include the same injuries, threats, or restraints exercised upon the man’s wife, child, or parent.
VITIATE, To impair; to make void or voidable; to cause to fail of force and effect; to destroy or annul, either entirely or in part, the legal efficacy and binding force of an act or instrument; as when it is said that fraud vitiates a contract.
DEMAND: v. In practice, To claim as one’s due; to require; to ask relief. To summon; to call in court. “Although solemnly demanded, comes not, but makes default,”
DEMAND: n. A peremptory claim to thing of right, differing from claim, in that it presupposes that there is no defense of doubt upon question of right.
The assertion of a legal right; a legal obligation asserted in the courts; a word of art of an extent greater in its signification than any other word except “claim.”
Legal Demand: A demand properly made, as to form, time, and place, by which a person lawfully authorized.
CLAIM: n. A broad comprehensive word.
CLAIM: v. To demand as one’s own; to assert. To state; to urge; to insist.
BOND: A certificate or evidence of a debt.
Motions and Petitions are Parliamentary Procedure
The Judge said that if I put in Motions he will take them, because he has no Commercial Liability with a Motion, because a motion is Parliamentary Procedure, not Law.
This is what the Judge told Donna, then smiled, knowing full well the crime he was engaged in.
A Petition will cause the Judge to have Commercial Liability, but the Supreme Court Ruling was made that Judges do not have to respond to Petitions.
What the hell is the purpose of putting in a Petition, if the Judge does not have to respond? So make Demands instead and hold them accountable with a Distress against their Judicial Bond.
It is up to the Judge to “order” the attorney to answer all Affidavits, but the Judge will not do so unless Demanded to do so by the Private party.
We must learn to operate as a “Flesh and Blood human being acting in our own proper person”.
If we are tricked into acting “Pro Se”, this means we are “Representing” our Private person as an “attorney” therefore we have to obey all of their Court Rules and Procedures.
By acting as a “Flesh and Blood human being acting in our own proper person”, we have removed our-self from having to obey their rules and regulations in their system.
As a Private person we have the Right to Demand the Judge (our Trustee and Servant) to “Order” the attorney to answer our Affidavits and provide Discovery of Facts essential to our case, which we must have to be Fully Informed so that we can properly defend our-self.
The Judge has the power to order all parties to answer Affidavits.
But, if we do not Demand the Judge to “Order” the prosecuting attorney to answer our Affidavits of Truth, we will not get any Remedy from the Judge.
If we fall for the deception and enter “Motions” for discovery etc, the Judge can just ignore “Motions” and throw them into the wastebasket, because “Motions” are just Parliamentary Procedure, which means they carry absolutely no “Commercial Liability” with them for the Judge if he decides to ignore them.
This is part of why the Judge will set up for Pretrial Motions between the Defendants and the Prosecuting Attorneys, so that the Judge doesn’t have any Commercial Liability.
This way when the Prosecuting Attorneys refuse to answer our “Motions” for discovery and essential facts about the “Probable Cause” pertaining to the required supporting Affidavits for a lawful Arrest, the Judge doesn’t do anything to correct the problem.
We must Demand the Judge to “ORDER” the Prosecuting Attorney to produce Affidavits sworn to be true, correct, and complete of Findings of Facts and Conclusions of Laws showing specific “Just Cause” point-for-point of the “Probable Cause” to support the arrest warrant and/or Indictment Information against us.
This Demand now causes the Judge to have Commercial Liability, which means we can go after his Judicial Bond for failure to do his job.
The Distress Right is our 1st Basis to hold the Judge accountable.
Because the Judge failed to Honor his Oath and do his job, his judgment must be declared Null and Void.
1st ID the Authority and the Insurance and/or the Bonding.
Judge has failed to provide ID, thus he must strike his Orders and Judgments.
After we buy our cash bond for our Distress Process against the Judge’s Judicial Bond, we become the Judge (Executive officer) and we can issue orders.
This gives us the right to be the Judge on the Street
Legislative part –Affidavit of Distress Right
Adjudicative part –Distress Instrument
Executive part –Statement that the distress will not be released until all conditions are Satisfied by the Judge whose Bond has been put under “Distress”, Impoundment.
Randall David Due aka Randy Due, Public Minister; Ex. Military (Civil Rights Advocate) acting as a Non-union Lawyer (not a member of the bar association) pursuant to 42 USC § 1986 (acting with Reasonable Diligence) & 18 USC § 4 (Mandate to act), 18 USC §§ 241 & 242 (Protection of the Nation, its Constitution and Civil Rights)
Public Minister pursuant to and protected by Public Law 94-583, Oct. 21, 1976 Stat. 2891 [Codified in Title 28 U.S.C § 1602 et esq.]; and Public Law 1790, 1 Stat. At L. 117, Ch 9 [Codified in 22 U.S.C. § 252]; Public Law 1948, Ch 645, 62 Stat. 688 [Codified in Title 18 U.S.C § 112] and Public Law 1871, Ch 22, § 6, 17 Stat. 15; [Codified in 42 U.S.C. § 1986]
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