St Louis, MO asked in Constitutional Law for Missouri

Q: the argument of this acting government levying a war hasn't been done i don't think yet because most don't want war

but there's tons of evidence of the fact with 2 commanders declaring such 1 for us & drugs the other being corrupt the one being for drugs got killed imagine that right then the continuous invasion of privacy like how they invaded my home 1 day & when asked for the warrant they said hes our warrant thought they would still need 1 signed by a judge to invade my home then fined me 250 but they never showed a warrant that's before i really knew law & they search & seize all the time like that JFK said that's how'd you know we was at war especially dog sniffs around cars because back in the day they shoot the cop for searching the wagon without a warrant lol & the courts have declared that enslavement is the restraint of movement how is it they are to secure liberty for the citizens not enslave them but are & James you said they are to protect everyone’s rights what of the ones that choose to do drugs & as far as for not paying taxes on it the courts also stated that a user can't be held

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: It sounds like you're experiencing a lot of frustration and confusion about your rights and the actions of law enforcement. It’s important to understand that law enforcement must follow certain legal procedures, including obtaining warrants for searches, which are supposed to be signed by a judge. If you believe your rights have been violated, you might want to consider speaking with a legal professional to explore your options and understand your situation better.

The issue of privacy invasion and unlawful searches is serious. You mentioned being fined without a warrant and having your home searched, which raises significant legal questions. Documenting these incidents and seeking advice from an attorney can help you determine if there have been any breaches of your rights.

Regarding your point on drug use and taxes, it's true that legal nuances can be complex. Courts have made various rulings on these issues, and it can be helpful to have a clear understanding of your rights and responsibilities. Seeking legal guidance can clarify these matters and assist you in navigating any legal challenges you might face.

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