Q: I was arrested at my home illegally, I submitted my footage and complaint to professional Standards and a sustained…
Finding was reached. I filed a motion to dismiss on grounds of violations of my 14th amendment, not only for the illegal arrest but the Sheriffs dept, sent me a notice of my warrant, I communicated back and decided to go a more refined way and file a motion to quash Capias, it was sent back by Judge Lon Arend (which recused himself upon my motion 2 disqualify) as not reviewed and the next morning I had a barrage of gun slinging Idiots slamming through my back door. So I call it like it is, an Ambush. My Social Security # is wrong on my warrant and my charging information. And am looking to pursue Further legal actions against Said officer. Question is this, what is the Procedural process for doing so? I saw somewhere that I have to mail the attorney General 1st before I send my Notice of claim out to the deputy? And is the Sheriffs Department somehow liable?Or Do I just list the deputy? I have just recently filed a complaint with Dept of Justice Civil Rights and Violations dept. as
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