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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Real Estate Law, Tax Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: Can a county collector change a 3rd offering auction into a post 3rd year auction in just four days past the sale date?
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answered on Jun 13, 2024

In Missouri, the process for tax lien sales and auctions is strictly governed by state law. A county collector must adhere to specific timelines and procedures established by the Missouri statutes. Changing a third offering auction into a post-third year auction just four days past the original... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law, Real Estate Law, Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Missouri on
Q: Can a county collector change a 3rd year tax cert. sale into a post 3rd yr. Sale 4 dys. After auction ?

Can a collector take you off as the payee of your real estate tax and apply it to different person's account?

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answered on Jun 13, 2024

The actions you describe may raise serious legal concerns. Typically, a county collector should not have the authority to change the terms of a tax certificate sale after the auction has concluded. If the rules of the auction were altered post-sale, this might violate established procedures and... View More

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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... View More

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answered on Jun 1, 2024

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... View More

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Q: why not argue that this acting subversive government is levying a war against the united states they commit 4 acts of

war enslavement invasion murder & looting in the political theater and they are to secure liberty for united states citizens not enslave them they kick in our homes & take our property which no matter what it is as long as it doesn't have to do with a murder or anything serious like a... View More

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answered on Jun 1, 2024

Arguing that the government is levying war against its own citizens is a serious accusation that involves a deep understanding of constitutional law and the definition of acts of war. While you feel that actions like invasion of privacy, unlawful searches, and property seizures are akin to acts of... View More

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Q: if a person has their liberty & is supposedly a free person their allowed contraband since they are free

because freedom is the allowance of being able to do almost anything correct liberty does exists it is very much real & is not abstract you might not be able to see or touch it but you can feel it its kind of like air where you can feel it but not see or touch it its not imagined & my 2nd... View More

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answered on May 24, 2024

Having liberty means you are free to make choices about your actions and words, but it doesn’t mean you can possess contraband. In a society governed by laws, certain restrictions are in place to ensure safety and order. While freedom is about making choices, it is also about respecting the laws... View More

1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI, Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: Can a felon (dui) own a modern muzzleloader in Missouri?
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answered on May 24, 2024

In Missouri, owning a modern muzzleloader can be complicated for someone with a felony DUI conviction. Generally, federal law prohibits felons from owning firearms, and this includes modern muzzleloaders that use inline ignition systems, as they are considered firearms under federal law.... View More

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Q: In regard to Missouri Constitution Article III - Legislative Department Section 39(f)

I am trying to determine if a 501(c) 3 is allowed to sell raffle tickets, for a prize less than $2000, in another state. The organization is in Missouri. Thank you.

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answered on May 24, 2024

The Missouri Constitution Article III, Section 39(f) allows 501(c)(3) organizations to conduct raffles, provided they follow state regulations. However, selling raffle tickets in another state involves additional considerations and compliance with that state's laws. Each state has its own... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: if i loss you would basically strip the word liberty from the constitution because we will no longer be free but slaves

& with all the evidence traitors that commit treason of levying a war against united states & allowance of a subversion to take place of our government & nation i've got gorge Washington saying the party sprit would lead to a subversion i've got jfk telling us we are at a war... View More

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answered on May 1, 2024

It sounds like you're feeling really overwhelmed and frustrated with a range of issues concerning government actions and their impact on liberty. It's understandable to be concerned about these matters, especially when historical and current events seem to show a pattern of behavior that... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Missouri on
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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answered on May 1, 2024

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... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: i will attempt my defense the best i can i won't back down even if it means i spend 7 years in the pen as jfk said this

war is bad for our nations security the enemy has advaced they have taken over this country in the form of dea & democracy which we are guaranteed a republican form of government & we ain't 2nd 14th amendment no law shall be created that deprives a us citizen their privilege which is... View More

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answered on Apr 16, 2024

I understand that you feel very strongly about these issues and want to defend your views, but I have some concerns about the approach you're describing. While you have every right to present your defense as you see fit, I would advise carefully considering the potential consequences and... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: k yes what would your defence be as the prosecutor against me trying to argue that im guilty of the crime of possession

in the privacy of my home when i argue that it is treason & i am free & that the warrant was very unreasonable as it is my right as a free citizen of the united states to have non stolen guns & to have drugs as long as i didn't take another's liberty in any manner & as a... View More

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answered on Apr 14, 2024

The Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures, but if law enforcement obtained a valid search warrant by demonstrating probable cause to a judge, they are legally allowed to search your home and seize contraband like drugs and illegal weapons. Calling this... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: I had a misdemeanor Sexual Misconduct conviction set aside in Missouri, how can I have Failure to Register removed also?

The judge said manifest injustice does not apply to felonies because there’s a 180 day time limit, but misdemeanors have no time frame which is why he was able to set aside the Sexual Misconduct conviction.

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answered on Apr 11, 2024

I understand you're looking for information on how to have a Failure to Register charge removed after having a misdemeanor Sexual Misconduct conviction set aside in Missouri. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

1. Setting aside a conviction is different from having it expunged or...
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Q: so should we remove the part of the constitution the says the blessing of liberty to ourselves & our kids

& where it says for the government is to secure liberty Arrasmith its unconstitutional the courts think they are liberating the u.s. but you clearly are in agreement that they are enslaving the u.s. which is an act of war & so is invading,looting & murder it is treason it's against... View More

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answered on Apr 3, 2024

The U.S. Constitution remains the supreme law of the land. While people may have differing opinions on how it should be interpreted and applied, advocating for the removal of key sections like the Preamble's mention of securing the blessings of liberty goes against the foundational principles... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: k is the united states citizens a free people or not simple answer yes or no legally do they have liberty not liberty's
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answered on Apr 1, 2024

No, the United States citizens are not legally free in the sense of having complete individual liberty. While the U.S. Constitution and laws protect many important individual rights and freedoms, there are also many legal restrictions on personal conduct.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: Is not being free having their liberty a united states citizens privilege as the constitution states secure the

Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity

& the militia is to make sure it is a free state with the 14th amendment that says no law shall be created that deprives a united states citizen of its privilege within the theory of liberty or concept the only act that can be criminal... View More

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answered on Mar 31, 2024

The Constitution of the United States indeed enshrines the preservation of liberty as a core principle, aiming to secure the "Blessings of Liberty" for both current and future generations. This commitment to freedom is a cornerstone of American democracy, guiding the governance and legal... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: ok i know john lock believed in freedom & privacy but not multiple people having privacy at a moment well u.s. founders

did the constitution & the bill of rights all are designed for the duel 2nd amendment to congress providing common defense & liberty that was a private right of ours when we was a free people now days we don't or can't duel because why we are not free & don't have no... View More

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answered on Mar 30, 2024

You raise some interesting points about the historical context and philosophical underpinnings of liberty and rights. Let me try to address a few key aspects:

The ideas of John Locke and other Enlightenment thinkers like Montesquieu and Rousseau were highly influential on the U.S. Founders....
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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Consumer Law for Missouri on
Q: Can I be not let into a bar because of personal reasons?
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answered on Mar 21, 2024

Absolutely, you can be denied entry to a bar for various personal reasons. This might include not meeting the dress code, showing signs of excessive intoxication, or previous issues such as altercations or unpaid tabs. Each establishment has its own rules and guidelines which they are legally... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Criminal Law for Missouri on
Q: My boyfriends house got kicked in by the police and they found in a lock box 490 grams meth and they charged him with

Class A felony with excessive amount in mo . How low can that charge be dropped down to??

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answered on Mar 7, 2024

The severity of charges for drug possession, particularly with a substance like methamphetamine, depends on various factors, including the amount involved, the intended use (personal use vs. distribution), and any prior criminal history. In Missouri, a Class A felony for drug possession indicates a... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: how is the militia able to enforce a regulation in the privacy of a citizens home that enslaves him or her thought

militia is to make sure it is a free state & enforce law not a enslaving regulation such csa

thought we was a free people the courts say they are liberating us but it is the opposite

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answered on Feb 25, 2024

The concept of a militia in the United States is historically tied to the defense and security of the state, rather than the enforcement of regulations within the private homes of citizens. The role of militias has evolved over time and is defined by law, including the U.S. Constitution and various... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: yes ive had my question taken down i guess you guys wouldn't touch it but ive got another 1 for you why don't lawyers

ague our liberty because if they did they might win more cases i don't think you lawyers know truthfully what liberty is so in turn how do they know law

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answered on Feb 22, 2024

I would respectfully disagree with the premise that lawyers do not argue for liberty or understand what it truly entails. Defense attorneys in particular carry a tremendous responsibility to advocate for the rights and liberties of their clients against the power of the state.

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