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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Oh, this should be interesting. Post 'em. I'm betting they are either old and have long since been replaced by new case law, from another state so not at all applicable to you or you don't...
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    No, you don't. If you don't understand what a private right of action is, you do not understand what you posted.
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Sex offenders would beg to differ.
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    No, that's not what it says. It says a private right of action cannot be implied or conferred without legislative authority. So again, do you know what a private right of action is?
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Do you even know what a private right of action is?
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Taxing Matters proved you wrong repeatedly. You are not listening. The fact Taxing has been here since your last diatribe and hasn't responded may mean even he gave up on you. Given how patient TM...
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    The sad part is if it gets tossed, I can 100% guarantee it's not going to be on the merits. It will be because the prosecutor takes a look at all his legal diarrhea and says "I don't have time for...
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    I give up. OP does not understand how the law works, just spews legal diarrhea and thinks he's winning. Take this to court bub. Enjoy your stay in the Graybar Hotel.
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    You got a citation for that cause whatever it is, you are like so many other things misreading it.

    Also, specifically for TN:

    See State v. Harris, W2012-02738-CCA-R3-CD (Tenn.Crim.App....
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Your driving infractions do not require intent be established.
    The resisting charge you can try to argue intent on but depending on the totality of circumstances, your actions may establish intent.
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    More sovereign citizen claptrap that has been shut down by courts across the land. I hope you have fun in jail.
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Yeah, no. You're showing your ignorance or complete misunderstanding of whatever 100 year old case you read again.
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    The officer is not required to be a legal expert. Nor does there have to be any "damage" for 99% of traffic offenses.

    You do not have the magic bullet. You do not have the gotcha moment to set...
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Traffic offenses are normally strict liability offenses that do not require a showing of intent.
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    You have been told your defense is garbage yet you continue to tilt at the windmill. You are not listening and are not going to listen. Also officers are not required to know all that stuff so that...
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Guys, he's not going to listen. He doesn't want to listen. Let the judge throw him in jail for a few days for contempt when he starts spouting this garbage and doesn't shut up when told to.
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    What you need to understand is that these, and similar/identical, arguments have been used over and over in courts across the nation. They fail. Why would you think that you, a layperson, has...
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