Q: Owners of Lodging Establishments Selling 5 Bedrooms to Consumers 7-20 years without mandatory State License RSMO Chap315
Resubmit Q rewritten: What legal regress / Protections are afforded Consumers when a Judge holds a Biased Court, refuses to let the Jury See Evidence /Hear Evidences of Willful, Wanton/Malicious Fraud, Misrepresentation of Consumers, Breach Of Contract by Owners of State Unlicensed Lodging Establishment RSMO Chapter 315, which strictly Prohibits Any/All advertising or the Sale of 5+ Bedrooms to Consumers unless the owners 1st have acquired the Mandatory Yearly State Lodging License, both under Penalty of Class B Misdemeanors.
In Case Of First Impression, the Judge instructed the Court Reporter to strike all Exhibits/ Evidence of RSMO Chapter 315 from the Record/ Insructed the Bailiff to Remove the Jury until argument by Défense Counsel finished.
Owners in Violation of Pertinent Statutes before the Court should not prevail benefiting $Millions from/defrauding Consumers/ Breach Contracts.
How can Consumers be Protected from Biased Court especially in Case Of First Impression?
A: FYI: The "Judiciary" does not "prosecute" anyone. The judiciary adjudicates legal disputes arising between people and brought in various civil courts--and in some situations the judiciary also hears and decides criminal cases brought by state and federal prosecutors against people accused of crimes.
If you have a legal dispute with the owner of a "Lodging Establishment" you may litigate that dispute in the appropriate civil court. Warning: If you really want "Justice" you best tone down all the noise about judges not doing what you think they should be doing and accusing all judges of being in cahoots with "Consumer Fraud/Criminals."
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