Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 8453 S Filing

Instructions and Help about Can Form 8453 S Filing

Their hands are here constitutional Isis Chao and I've had one of my correspondents on email or woman back-and-forth with quite every girl to get interested in why I'm doing and he made a real good point and said she you know he resolved it we knew it didn't understand what these document packets you know what you're supposed to do and I said you know that's a good question I've been a little axe in my videos not to have carbon Tet so I'm going to make up for that here and tell you what you do now should be mainly from California but pretty much it's the same procedure across the country and it's even better because we're filing documents invoking federal jurisdiction and I'm going to have a letter in both document ethic that covers that till you get it to the current record the executive officer of the Superior Court whoever and say wait just a minute here or as Lee Corso would say on Saturday afternoons in college football not so fast we're invoking federal jurisdiction here therefore your rules of court don't apply your vote local rules don't apply and you'll get a document for me that supports the fact of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure don't apply either we have a right to invoke federal concurrence to addiction we have a right to invoke the non-statutory writ of habeas corpus and they can't get around simple as that and suddenly people that actually know that and they're not happy about it when you come in they're not our problem but point is you get document packets and what the original ones to build particulars in the notice of not counsel and other documents you can do one of two things I personally prefer to mail my documents to the people they're going to and that way I go to the post office when I get a receipt for can I write exactly what it is on there and I have those postal receipts I can later put into the hands of the foreman of the jury to prove I sent them whether they got filed or not I'm not that interested in although if they don't get filed that's whoa that's Pandora's box and mounting a public servant in the right mind not to go this that said you can go to the offices and usually as in California the clerk of courts in the same building is dumb ass I mean the DA and you can do both at the same time but I would suggest doing it with the witness or two just in case I think good luck over the years of the perks of courts and I'm especially indebted to the one in Columbia South Carolina for doing her job and that's in a nice fellow and said what you've just done here is going to do more for your cause of civil rights and anything else you could possibly have done because the course when you go there pretty generally file documents that's their job and we're going to get them to do it in it so you go in California you know most of what we're doing you've got the traffic court and they usually have separate perks of court foot traffic court and that's where you go you find out the address for the traffic court quote-unquote and go to the clerk's office and file them and I always take two full copies of the documents and title copies of every page of the documents that you had you're going to have five or six of those and tell the clerk that you want confirmed copies they because they are sent volcania except for four states and filed a time they sign it and now that's officially filed so you want conformed copies and since you're there hopefully with witnesses you can then walk down the heart of the DA and serve on them these conform copies went through witnesses present and you will have conformed copy to the title pages for your records so now the record is set and this is alarming because what they don't know is that that the record set like this now you're set to go up on appeal and maybe get a favorable ruling from a higher court and if that happened and it gets on the record that puts amount of business across the door because it's good for all cases it's binding precedent now what these dancers don't appreciate is I know for a get back in your reader than my papers you're going to get that's the Supreme Court United States it said there's no right to an appeal it and criminal case so therefore you wouldn't think they would have these kind of concerns but this is a system after all like I say with civil court on for right sometimes they got to make it look good and often times you know you'll have that happen but in California what they do here and I got a couple of examples of issue my paper about unpublished opinions by circuit courts of Appeal now the unpublished opinions from their point of view in theory you can't use them to support your arguments I don't know where in the world they come to that conclusion when you're getting opinions by judges that are paid from the public treasury to do their job and we can't use them well someone's going to have to explain that one to me and oh by the way I never get rid of an unpublished opinion by the Supreme Court of the United States for what it's worth but in any case the point is no matter how you do it either by mail or in person with the witness or to you then get your witnesses if you do it that way to do some great validators twisting