Exposing the Culture of Corruption under Sheriff Ric Bradshaw - Anyone can post completely anonymously!
Guest wrote:What is the point of all of this? First you rail against Civil Deputies who serve papers and they are simply handing you a piece of paper. They are not swearing to anything other than they handed it to you. They are not party to the proceedings and all this garbage is pointless.
Guest wrote:You are a tool. They aren't doing anything "After the fact" because they don't investigate subpoenas. They just pick them up and drop them off. Nothing more. There are hundreds of thousands of subpoenas served every year in this county compelling people to go to court or hearings. They have nothing to do with the men and women who serve them.
Guest wrote:Subpoena served for purposes of investigation? Because you're making no sense at all. If you are being investigated for a crime and you are served a subpoena compelling you to do or provide something and you are the target of that investigation then you should confess because by compelling you they are providing you with immunity. A violation of the 5th Amendment if they intend to arrest you. If they say you are not the suspect and you do t want to comply, go see the Judge.
Guest wrote:Much like the Seth Adams case, when the criminal case is put to rest, the Civil aspects can continue with a much lower threshold of guilt/culpability. Doesn't change the facts that a Deputy handing you a piece of paper is not actively investigating the complaint with very few exceptions. I know they so some mental health and DV stuff but they don't drive the investigations. That is typically done before they ever get it. I wish you luck with whatever your issue is. However, it's not on the guy or gal handing you paper.
Guest wrote::geek: in order to commit a felony, one must have intent. The intent is to hand you a piece of paper. Not deny you liberty or your right to due process. It is a notice, something that is required so that you know what is going on. Your issue is with whoever your court adversary is with and not the person providing you with that notice.
Neglect to Prevent wrote:Guest wrote::geek: in order to commit a felony, one must have intent. The intent is to hand you a piece of paper. Not deny you liberty or your right to due process. It is a notice, something that is required so that you know what is going on. Your issue is with whoever your court adversary is with and not the person providing you with that notice.
The paperwork served, was inconsistent, with the purpose of the serve.
The ill-gotten, service, was based on an official letterhead, from a police dept., without police involvement.
The actual police form, was taken from a LEO months in advance, and then drawn up, by a civilian.
That form, (counterfeited), was then presented to a deputy clerk, (as a qualifier), for the judge to allow the serve.
The official police form, that was (counterfeited), was brought to the attention of the DS doing the serve, as hard copy evidence was presented, establishing a fraud, with the severs own eyes, ( plain view).
Guest wrote:What "statement" would the Deputy serving you papers be able to give? That they handed you papers?
Guest wrote:Without knowing what kind of case you are talking about, no letterhead from an agency would be involved. It's either Criminal (requiring a PC Affidavit) or Civil which would be an affidavit to the courts. Either way it emanates from the courts and should be addressed in a court.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest