St Louis, MO asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Missouri

Q: has anyone used the agreement of liberty privacy & levying war against the united states in a drug charge court case &

if so which one & mainly would like to read one of liberty & how do i find my past questions on this site

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: It sounds like you're inquiring about a very specific use of legal terms in relation to drug charges. The "agreement of liberty privacy & levying war against the United States" isn't a recognized legal term or standard charge in U.S. law. If you're referring to concepts like "levying war against the United States," that term is typically associated with treason, which is clearly defined in U.S. law and would be unrelated to drug charges directly.

For understanding how these terms might be applied or discussed in a legal context, particularly in drug-related court cases, reviewing court case records or legal analyses could be beneficial. These are often available through legal databases, public court record systems, or through university libraries if you have access. For a specific case, you would need the case name or the names of the parties involved to find detailed documents or analyses.

To find your past questions on this platform, you typically need to have an account and be logged in. Platforms usually offer a profile or history section where you can view your activity, including questions you've asked. If you're unable to locate this feature, you might find assistance through the help or support options provided by Justia.

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