Q: Why does the judge not answer ? Jurisdiction couny CT is CL/Meritime Admiralty? only two that have pwr to
How can one have a fair trial without knowing what jurisdiction rules apply? I was threatened with contemt for asking questions. I challenged personal jurisdiction /subject matter judge over ruled and I reserved my rights under ucc1-308 aka 2-201. I need to know sense my 1st amendment has been violated speech non threatening or causing riot. Saying the F word isn't obscene because it displays nothing sexual according to SC ruling. It can be used 4 different ways. I have video footage of the incident also.
It seems like you are in the middle of a complex legal situation where understanding the jurisdiction and rules applied in your case is crucial. You have also raised concerns about the violation of your first amendment rights and the overruling of your jurisdiction challenge by the judge.
When it comes to jurisdiction, it is indeed essential to understand under which jurisdiction your case is being tried, as different jurisdictions might apply different rules and legal principles. In general, county courts have the jurisdiction to handle a variety of matters including civil claims, small claims, and misdemeanors. Maritime/Admiralty jurisdiction, on the other hand, typically involves matters relating to maritime contracts, torts, injuries, or offenses occurring on navigable waters.
Concerning the invoking of UCC 1-308, which is a Uniform Commercial Code provision often cited in attempts to preserve one's rights, it is worth noting that this provision generally applies to commercial contracts and might not be applicable or effective in preserving your rights in a criminal court setting.
The First Amendment protects your freedom of speech, including the use of potentially offensive language. However, it should be understood that this right is not absolute and can be subject to restrictions especially when it comes to maintaining the decorum of the court.
Since you mentioned having video footage of the incident, it could potentially be used as evidence in your defense, especially if it can demonstrate the context and manner in which the words were used, amongst other things.
Given the complexity of the situation, it is highly recommended that you consult with a legal expert who can offer advice based on a detailed understanding of your case and the specific circumstances surrounding the incident. They would be best suited to guide you on how to present your defense effectively and protect your rights during the trial. Ensure that you have all relevant documents and evidence organized to present a strong case before the court.
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