Joseph Jaap's answer You possibly could file an action for a "declaratory judgment" with a court. There might be different definitions of "navigable waters of the US" that have been determined in different court rulings applying EPA and other federal and state laws and regulations. A definition in one court decision might conflict with a definition in a different court decision. Get am OH watercraft license and talk to ODNR if the answer is not on its web site: http://watercraft.ohiodnr.gov/
First, Miranda warning are required only if the police intend to use the answers to questions they ask during a custodial interrogation. If they didn't question you, don't need your answers, or you were not in custody when you were questioned, they don't need Miranda. Second, the punishment, so to speak, for the state for violating Miranda is not dismissal of the case but exclusion of the answers given during interrogation and potentially other...
Kenneth V Zichi's answer A Certificate of Live Birth is just the 'full' name of what most people call a 'birth certificate, and many states have slightly different names for the same document.
The state where you were born has the record, and you can get a copy from that state's bureau of vital statistics (or whatever that department is called in your state -- again, the terminology may be slightly different). You DO have to prove who you are however, as birth records are NOT public documents, and are far too...
Matthew Williams' answer Constitutional issue can be argued in any American courthouse. Your question is very confusing and demonstrates clearly that you do not understand the system you are dealing with. You should hire an attorney to help you.
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