Seat­belts

These sto­ries hap­pened from 112 to 6 years ago

( The text ver­sion is in Just Us sec­tion. Please check “Let­ter of Roga­tory” also. Just pulled off the way-​back )

Audio files below click to play

They are in the cor­rect order as far as for the time they hap­pen. But you may want to lis­ten and read along to the last audio (text below) if you need to go to court soon!

(1998) Seat Belts The First Time (case dismissed)

This file is the first and has much to do with code and reflect my under­stand­ing at the time of writ­ting it.

(2011) Let­ter of Rotatory

At this time we have a bet­ter under­stand­ing but still using their way,

(2010) The Last Time

This is how to win in court!

This is the third install­ment of seat belts. My true story about my deal­ing with the pol­icy enforce­ment offi­cers and their courts. This time it didn’t go as smooth as the last two times. There are a few rea­sons for that, I’m also happy that I waited to write this story. Because now (after think­ing about it,) I have a bet­ter under­stand­ing of what hap­pen in the court. But let me start at the beginning.

At the end of last year (2011) I was trav­el­ing from a friends house to home. (Hope­fully you have read or lis­ten to the audio seat-​belt, and have read seat-​belt 2. If not you should do that first as to not get con­fused.) that tells the story about when I was stop by pol­icy enforce­ment offi­cers. This time one thing (which was my ask­ing for I.D.) lead to another and I found myself in jail. This may seem like a bad thing and many times it is. (it’s a good thing for me I don’t work for an employer.) What hap­pens is that if you know your law and you reflect back you will learn some­thing. I learned that when stopped one should advice the offi­cer that “By con­tin­u­ing this line of con­ver­sa­tion that you are enter­ing into a con­tract.” I’ll always have my phone near by so I can record it. It does not mat­ter if he does not agree, his action speak louder than his words could ever speak. Some­thing you may want to remind him of. You can also at this time advice him of your fee sched­ule. (I gave one of 500 an hour and 5000 an hour if arrested) How much you charge for the time that your giv­ing him. He is get­ting paid for his time, and your time is not free!

Should you see fit, you may col­lect on it later. Let’s talk about what hap­pen in court. [But first I have to tell you that the last time I was stopped I was not in the city, I was in New York, but in the out­ly­ing county. The courts are smaller and you have more access to the admin­is­trate of the case (The judge). I cre­ated another let­ter as the one that in seat­belt 2 and went to give it to the clerk to give to the judge, as I did the last time. The clerk would not take it. So I asked for the name of the judge on the case. After find­ing where his court­room was, I took the let­ter to his court room and gave it to the bal­let. He gave it to the judge. Some time pass and he came back with it. He said the judge was not going to take it. At the time this was a prob­lem, but look­ing back on what hap­pen, I now see it did work. I say that because when the court date came, that judge was no were to be found. He had removed him­self from the case. [Once looked at the judge is bound by it! Because he in fact did get it.]

So when I get to court there is a new judge that I didn’t give a notice too, and I also have this pub­lic defender that they attach to me, and I can’t go to court with him unless I want to lose. I see this could go on for­ever, If I give this judge a notice they will just change the judge on the case. So I told them I needed time to find a lawyer. A stall tac­tic. I did this two times because now I have to find another tac­tic for going back to court and win­ning. Well first I have to get rid of the pub­lic defender, so I can deal with the court mas­ter to pub­lic ser­vant. So I told the pub­lic defender that he can rep­re­sent me if he signs my con­tract. Remem­ber from seat­belt 1 (above) we all have the right to con­tract and no one or court can stop that! Well when I put this to the pub­lic defender he said “No Con­di­tions”. To which I replied ” Why would I want you to defend me uncon­di­tion­ally?” Please under­stand that is to say, that what­ever he wants to do with the case he can! Well thats not the way I roll! I didn’t say any more than that because the rest has to be saved for the right time in court. I get to court and they call my name ( now there is that thing with the name that I talked about in the last two install­ments of this story. But they don’t apply as there is no ques­tion of who I am after an arrest.) I go up and state “I can’t find a lawyer to sign my con­tract” and I have the mail stubs from the post office that I mail out in seat-​belts 1 some 3 years ago. I also have my case all worked out in a folder which I placed on the table pro­vided for lawyers to read from should I need to use them. I notice that the judge and the pros­e­cu­tor looked at me funny (like whats he doing) then they looked at the pub­lic defender. With­out any­one ask­ing the pub­lic defender said “He still look­ing for a lawyer.” (remem­ber I did the stall tac­tic once before) To which I quickly added “that’s cor­rect I can’t find a lawyer who will sign my con­tract to rep­re­sent me in this mat­ter.” The judge looks at me and said “What con.…” but then she stop ask­ing what ever she was going to ask me. What was she going to ask? Could it be “what con­tract?” Of cause that would have been a very bad ques­tion to ask some­one who is not a lawyer in court. One needs to under­stand that every­thing that hap­pens in court has been played out at some­time in the past and every­one in the court sys­tem knows the play-​book except you. So the judge knows as do lawyers not to ask a ques­tion in court when they don’t known the answer you going to give. In this case the judge would have got­ten the terms of the con­tract and it would be on the record. And it could give ideas to oth­ers who will come after me. Just in case you ever need to use this, here is how it works. They (Lawyers) will never ask to see the con­tract, because they know they will not sign it any­way. I under­stand that might not be good enough for you. So you what to know, whats in it (or what would be in this con­tract.) There are only three things you need in your contract.


1. That the lawyer will not argue the facts of the case.

2 That the lawyer be con­verted on all charges.

3 That the lawyer will accept pri­vate funds for compensation.

What does this mean?

1. That the lawyer will not argue the facts of the case. If you have read or lis­ten to W.B.A.I. story then you know that every­thing in court has to do with com­mer­cial law (busi­ness law) so the facts of the case about com­mit­ting an offense are irrelevant.

2 That the lawyer be con­verted on all charges. This is just say­ing you refuse to be held respon­si­ble for what comes out of his mouth. And that if any­one will go to jail it will be the lawyer not you.

3 That the lawyer will accept pri­vate funds for com­pen­sa­tion. For this one go back to my story on money. As there is no money the law is that one can’t ask for any one type of cur­rency. So use your own funds. Accept for value (accepted for value) if you don’t know what that is just go to you-​tube and do a search.

(There is also a long con­tract on this site which also works!) [No longer available ]


OK, where was I? Right, the judge was just about to ask a bad ques­tion. So she (the judge) didn’t go into that line of ques­tion­ing. Instead she said Well Mr. Adinkra­hene you have a lawyer stand­ing right next to you and he is will­ing to rep­re­sent you. I said to the judge “Oh No! I already asked him and he said he wouldn’t sign it. At this point the lawyer had a real stu­pid look on his face almost made me bust out laugh­ing in court. The judge then said in a mat­ter a fact way “Well Mr Adinkra­hene he can’t sign your con­tract because he already has a con­tract with the city to defend you.” To which I replied “Well it sounds like he has a con­flict of inter­est!” CHECK­MATE, or as they say in the game, check and mate! I look at the judge and she had a big smile on her face. Was she hid­ing her embar­rass­ment for falling into my sim­ple trap, or was she happy that some­one in the city is think­ing? I can’t say but she next said. “OK what we are going to do is dis­miss the case for 90 day pend­ing dis­charge” I think she could see on my face that I was not going for that because she looks at me and said “Whats the prob­lem now Mr. Adinkra­hene that’s the best you can hope for with the charges you have against you.” It was now my turn to give orders, so I said I would be very happy if the case were dis­charge now!” To which she replied “Granted!” (end of case.) Let me put some tape on the open ends. When a case is dis­missed, things in the case (pub­lic funds/​bonds) are still out in your name. Dis­charge means that there is no more energy in the case. Hope this helps some­one. But I sug­gest you get grounded in the max­ims of law before attempt­ing any­thing in court! And don’t wait till you need them to learn them!


It is Best to look at our cur­rent sys­tem of law as THE SPOON!

Replace the word spoon for law.

There is no spoon!

A note for the last time:

What I for­got to men­tion is that the sec­ond time I went to court, I also had a con­ver­sa­tion with the judge. In that con­ver­sa­tion I was asked if I was work­ing. And I told the judge “No” she then asked how I was going to pay for the lawyer? Why would she be con­cerned how I pay for a lawyer? I can only think that if I told her that I was using FRN’s (Fed­eral Reserve Note) that she could use that as her assump­tion that I was under her juris­dic­tion.

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