THE START OF ANY CASE IS THE JURISDICTION
THE CASE CANNOT START OR BE HEARD WITHOUT IT
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Before You can raise your hand, or, make any Pleas etc, or the Plaintiff, Judge or anybody can even go forward with a case; the so-called Judge (Administrator), the Plaintiff or Prosecutor etc, has to prove that Jurisdiction (Authority) exist, for the so-called Judge to even hear the matter. The reason why that person in the Black Robe (Graduation Gown) is a so-called Judge (Administrator) is because they are not a Judge until Jurisdiction has been established.
A VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: (and please remember this)
Always, Always, Always, Always, ask WHERE IS THE PLAINTIFF?
Without a Plaintiff there is no case. And nothing, I mean nothing can go forward without the parties (Plaintiff and Defendant) being there. If the Administrator (the so-called Judge) goes forward with the matter, he/she has just committed a serious crime against you. The reason is because that person, the Administrator, (the so-called Judge) is not a Judge yet. That person does not have Judicial Authority yet to even hear a case matter until that person has established jurisdiction. Meaning permission from you and/or the (Plaintiff/Defendant) to rule, decide, render a decision in the matter. There is no case remember? Because there is no Plaintiff if, it’s the State, City, Government, etc. bringing a complaint against you for tickets, taxes, etc. any thing. Since a State, City, Government, etc. is only things (not living people) it has no hands or fingers to write a complaint. Therefore; someone (usually called a Prosecutor) is the one who filed (wrote the complaint) which is FRAUD. Now that Prosecutor is in big trouble as well. Now that’s not my opinion, that’s according to the so-called man made Laws they made.
If you’ve ever been in a lawsuit before, you should already know that, if the Plaintiff doesn’t show up in/to court, the Plaintiff loses by default. Plain and simple folks. See how easy and simple it is?
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