You're mistaking us for someone who cares enough to bother.
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 this nonsense". But he'll believe it's because he is right and will go on doing so even though an incredibly experienced attorney has shot holes in everything.
ETA: I am curious. If you aren't going to heed any advice that might be offered here especially that from some of our lawyer members who you think are all in on the coverup, why continue to post here? It isn't like there are forums all over the internet chocked full of fellow sovereign citizen nutballs that will agree with everything you have written.
The reason I'm posting here, is to see if anyone can prove me wrong. Show me where the TN Supreme Court rulings are wrong, from 1877 up to 2009, it show me the TCA that gives authority to license non-commercial use of an automobile. If anyone can, I'll admit I'm wrong.
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 is with people who refuse to listen, that is saying something.
Taxing Matters posted " 55-4-101. Subsection (a) of that section states:
(a)(1) As a condition precedent to the operation of any motor vehicle upon the streets or highways of this state, the motor vehicle shall be registered as provided in this chapter.
(2) The registration and the fees provided for registration shall constitute a privilege tax upon the operation of motor vehicles."
as being authority. That's not. That only states that "vehicles used in the privilege( profit) of using the highways, are required to be registered and tagged.