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  1. Trials: Re: Is It Prejudicial, Impassioning and Inflammatory for a Prosecutor

    So you say there is nothing wrong with it, yet, in a criminal trial, jury or not, all words matter.

    What is right about it and justify such detailed information being relevant or necessary?

    It...
  2. Trials: Re: Is It Prejudicial, Impassioning and Inflammatory for a Prosecutor

    AS IF, the actual venue made any difference in this typical-of-"here" non-discussion about a very simple concept. I don't recall such a point ever being made in any United States District Courts.
  3. Trials: Re: Is It Prejudicial, Impassioning and Inflammatory for a Prosecutor

    Say the defendant paid 5 or 6 figures for legal counsel, would it be prejudicial for the prosecutor to incorrectly state the defendant was represented by the public defender? Appointed Counsel?

    Is...
  4. Trials: Can a Prosecutor Point Out that a Defendant is Represented by Public Defenders

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: USA

    Is it prejudicial, impassioning and inflammatory for a prosecutor to make it a clear point to a jury that a defendant is represented by the...
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    Re: Can Prosecutors Make False Statements in Court

    They perjure their oaths almost on a regular basis and clearly you look past my making the distinction between perjury and perjury of oath they swear to...........

    any act of official misconduct...
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    Prosecutors Lie in Court

    Prosecutors can indeed commit perjury of oath and misprison of felony. Many in today's America do both with unaccountable abandon and get away with that and much more since the system effectively...
  7. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Can a Government Official Take a Video Camera From a Citizen at a Public Meeting

    Ten relators can proceed if others empowered refuse.

    This is TN and you can bet the cronies cover for each other, so, I aver your premise that "there isn't much more for you to do" will have you...
  8. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Can a Government Official Take a Video Camera From a Citizen at a Public Meeting

    Title 8 defines Official Misconduct and Title 38 (typo I meant 38-2-102) is very clear about using force to regain property or defend one's, or a third person's, property or person, so I respectfully...
  9. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Can a Government Official Take a Video Camera From a Citizen at a Public Meeting

    The police were there with audio and video from the citizen as well as body cams capturing the entire happening.
  10. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Can a Government Official Take a Video Camera From a Citizen at a Public Meeting

    You would be wrong on both of the Official Misconduct and Official Oppression charges.

    Both charges exist and are indictable and causes for Ousting.



    Title 39-2-102

    Resistance...
  11. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Can a Government Official Take a Video Camera From a Citizen at a Public Meeting

    The owner went for his property and when the official refused to let go, blows ensued.

    TN is a stand your ground state and has defense of person and property codes.

    Back to the act of...
  12. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Can a Government Official Take a Video Camera From a Citizen at a Public Meeting

    Only after the county official was subjected to physical battery.

    I don't believe I've fully answered my own question as one, if not two felony crimes seem very likely under the scenario unrelated...
  13. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Can a Government Official Take a Video Camera From a Citizen at a Public Meeting

    There are no facts or laws that allow any tennessee official to forbid recording of public meetings or that excuses them from committing criminal conversion by dispossessing a citizen of their...
  14. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Can a Government Official Take a Video Camera From a Citizen at a Public Meeting

    My question involves civil rights in the State of: TN

    After deputies resolved that the citizen could record the meeting, the county official took possession of the camera against the wishes of the...
  15. Pretrial Procedure: When Does a Defendant Get the Jury Selection List for Purposes of Investigation

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: TN

    How many days prior to a trial must the jury selection list be made available for investigation to commence?
  16. Civil Rights Issues: Re: Attorney Needed

    Considering the 'failure to perform ministerial duty' and 'order against a municipality', are you seeking a Mandamus action to force an official to obey a certain law?

    Does it have to do with a...
  17. Civil Rights Restoration: Re: How to Get Your Rights Restored After a Drug Conviction

    You may also want to look into Certificate of Employability which is TN Code 40-29-107 and Re-enfranchisement.

    These two can pretty much be done DIY.
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  18. Arrest Warrants: Re: Will You Get Arrested on a Warrant if You Apply for a State ID

    Since it was no further down than 10 posts from the top, I had no idea I needed to look for a toe tag/date.

    Since nobody mentioned the federal DHS being incorporated with some DMV's with the move...
  19. Arrest Warrants: Re: Will You Get Arrested on a Warrant if You Apply for a State ID

    Interesting list and since the Department of Homeland Security has become entangled with several states (maybe all?) DMV's, I'd say there is even a better chance the warrant would pop up in those...
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    Post-Conviction Relief: Re: Who Hires Writ of Habeas Corpus Counsel

    And I thought most all states assured appointed counsel for first tier appeals........just not beyond that.
  21. Pretrial Motions: Re: Criminal Procedure-Challenging Defective Indictment Prior to Entering Plea

    I believe within 10 days after arraignment, demurrers speaking such challenges are due. After that, it becomes a motion to dismiss for whatever fatal error.

    Thanks
  22. Pretrial Motions: How to Challenge a Defective Indictment

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: (United States)

    What rules or case law speak to challenging an indictment for defects of either propter defectum or propter affectum prior to...
  23. Bail, Bond and Pretrial Release: Re: Jail Segregation: Unsentenced V Sentenced

    Curious upon doing some research where a DOJ Federal Mandate was issued requiring AV and other health standards after guards were prosecuted for beating a couple inmates to death with the 'knock out...
  24. Bail, Bond and Pretrial Release: Pretrial Detention With Convicted Criminals

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: TN and USA

    Should inmates, who have been sentenced, be housed with those who have no been sentenced?

    I am asking if for state/county...
  25. Pretrial Procedure: Re: Can You Use Pre-Trial Habeas Corpus to Dismiss an Indictment

    Perhaps it does or does not matter, the question is academic in nature and directed to flyingron's post #9.
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