My question involves civil rights in the State of: Texas
I go to municipal court for trial on Tuesday June 11th 2013 for my 9th Driving While License Invalid ticket. I have not had a license for the majority of my adult life, I am now 28 and it has been suspended since I was 19. It was initially suspended for multiple tickets for expired vehicle registration, state inspection and failure to provide proof of financial responsibility. Not for any infraction involving driving under the influence or where any person was injured or property damaged. I have payed all of my fines and surcharges completely several times as well as purchased 6 months of SR-22 insurance in advance to have a lock removed from the tire of my car. I have petitioned the court for a hardship license and was granted said hardship but received tickets for deli despite providing my documentation to officers that stopped me. I have lost several vehicles, jobs and relationships as a result of my license suspension. I am unable to provide my 7 year old daughter with a ride to and from school. I am unable to secure gainful employment, I am frequently subject to eviction as a result. My life is irreparably stunted and I am not able to be a productive member of society. I have given up the prospect of ever getting my drivers license back and suffer severe depression as a result. My pursuit to life liberty and happiness is being deprived. It is my understanding that the court that presides over this offense is a civil court. In civil court, doesn't an injured party have to exist to constitute a crime? I was arrested at school during finals week while leaving the school parking lot. This shamed me a great deal. I was arrested for non-payment on a previous dwli i had received less than 2 months prior. I was acting as a designated driver for 2 drunk friends when I got that one. When I was arrested for the non-payment warrant I was issued another dwli. I borrowed the money to pay the ticket from family and gave them my vehicle in return. The only reason they agreed to this was so i could take the rest of my finals. I was given a personal recognizance bond for the dwli I am taking to court. in EARP v. BOYLAN Georgia case law supports that my rights are violated. It is my understanding that I am free to use roads and highways for travel for personal or leisure purposes uninhibited. I am traveling in my property. My property in this case being my truck. Doesn't property law prevent the limitation of use of ones property? A truck is useless to me unless I am able to operate it for travel. I believe that my natural and civil rights are being violated. I have been fined, arrested and condemned for hurting no one. My child suffers as a result as do my family and loved ones. My only options for travel are by bicycle and foot. Public transportation is not adequate in San Angelo TX and it often takes almost 2hrs to arrive at a destination despite the relatively small geographic area of the town. The busses run once an hour with no bisecting routes which makes transfer improbable if not impossible. The nearest bus stop to my home is over a mile away and If I am able to board, I must ride the remainder of the route back to the station to transfer, approx 45 minutes and then an additional ride to my destination. The bus operates from 6:30am-6:30pm. It operates less hours on saturday and not at all on sunday. I am unable to afford a taxi. I am at my wits end. I am really considering leaving the country so i'll be able to be a normal person and transport myself. I am being chased from my home which I love dearly. It is tyrannical, please let me know what I can do to end this.