Share this US Supreme Court quote on government power – even in times of emergency – with YOUR state rep and senator, urging him or her to keep those words in mind when voting on bills this term, especially bills relating to “public health.” https://wp.me/pecX6i-20F
Emergency does not create power. Emergency does not increase granted power or remove or diminish the restrictions placed upon power granted or reserved. The Constitution was adopted in a period of grave emergency. Its grants of power to the Federal Government and its limitations of the power of the States were determined in the light of emergency, and they are not altered by emergency. Home Building v Blaisdell, 290 US 398, 425 (1934). https://tinyurl.com/zyamn4xy
MI Supreme Court is considering a court rule to require judges to use preferred pronouns of parties & attorneys, and is asking the public for feedback on the proposed rule by 5/1/23. Please read the proposed rule & see how to provide your feedback at https://wp.me/aecX6i-1WQ
Yesterday, the FL Supreme Court upheld a state law that stops local governments from implementing firearm regulations. We have a long way to go, but this is a step in the right direction! Full Court Opinion: https://restorefreedomkh.com/sc21-917/
A case for treason filed against Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Mike Pence & 385 other federal officers who took an oath to uphold the US Constitution, yet violated it by refusing to investigate the evidence presented to them on Jan 6th 2020! Response is due Nov 23!
The Ottawa County Public Defender Office is hosting an expungement clinic for those wishing to have a criminal conviction set aside. At the clinic residents can:
- Obtain conviction records
- Be fingerprinted
- Complete the paperwork
- Schedule a court date
Those interested should complete the registration form at tinyurl.com/hollandexpunge to make an appointment.
Thomas Goggins, 42, was allegedly driving more than 90 mph without lights or siren before he slammed into a SUV, killing a 74-year-old great grandmother.
Allegan County Prosecutor Myrene Koch on Sept. 29 charged former deputy Goggins with misdemeanor moving violation causing death in the June accident.
Read more at tinyurl.com/27kcsjy4
This 11AM Hearing is on my Motion to overturn the gag orders & allow me to publicly share videos of the hearings in my Allegan case. The court has banned in person attendance, only allowing live streaming, which can be seen at tinyurl.com/23stkx8f (judge deletes it as soon as the hearing is over). Motion & Proposed Order I filed: tinyurl.com/bdh8p8pa Video of incident leading to my arrest tinyurl.com/bdh6tbbw
This week we share with you real case examples to use. Use the Table of Contents in the longer documents to focus on specific procedural or legal topics, or use a whole document as a template for how to put together your own court case!
As mentioned in our post regarding the Constitution Segment Recap, here is the PDF of all of the Motions & Briefs Katherine submitted Thursday, May 26th, to Allegan County 57th District Court: tinyurl.com/2p8j9j83
We would like to STRONGLY encourage you to take a few minutes to read the 1st link – “Notice of Hearing, Motion for Immediate Consideration, Proof of Service”. It gives the highlights of all the things that have been happening and what we are asking the court to do now. For more information on this case, and for more resources to fight your own situation, please continue reading the other documents submitted. We are also asking for prayers that the judge finally does the right thing in this case and dismisses both charges WITH prejudice (meaning charges cannot be resubmitted).
Legal documents filed in my Election Day arrest case compelling the court to Dismiss the charges.
These documents not only have legal information related to my case, but are jampacked with legal information to help you learn your rights on government property, in situations with law enforcement, and in exercising your 1st Amendment Rights . . . and so much more!
Print it, read it, share it! #RestoreFreedom #MoreFreedomLessGovernment #ConstitutionMatters #ArrestedThenElected #OathOfOffice
Below, you’ll see the post “Do as I say, not as I said before” from 11/18/20 which was about Whitmer’s appeal on the recall petition.
In what can only be described as a normal amount of common sense, the governor has withdrawn that part of her appeal.
Notice of Withdrawal of Legal Argument – MCOA Case No. 354475 (12/27/2020)
Posted Nov. 18, 2020
The governor is trying to claim that the original recall petition against her is invalid because the board of state canvassers met by zoom instead of in person.
Plaintiff Appellant’s Motion for Immediate Consideration – Case No 353878 (11/17/2020)
She claims they were violating the OMA (Open Meetings Act), even though it was by HER OWN EXECUTIVE ORDER that they were meeting electronically versus in person.
Executive Order 2020-15