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Mortalcow

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  1. Look at who issued the warrant, or who was complaining about your conduct. Determine if that complaining party or the party that issued the Warrant has criminal subject matter jurisdicition permitable under the state or federal Constitution. Remind yourself to ask did my conduct result in a real and tangible harm or actual injury. if it did not, question the law enforcement officials serving the warrant, perhaps the complaing party has offered enformation to a judge or to that law enforment authority upon which they both acted (the warrant, and the officer attempting to execute the warrant). There are statutory laws that make it a crime to provide false information to a law enforcement agency, that they then act on.. Perhaps the law enforcement agency officer is has not conducted a comprehensive investigatiion as to all of the facts available to that agency via an administration of all levels of law. Perhaps that negligence was intentional. Suppose the Sheriff of you local county has a duty to protect your legal and constitutional rights by preemptlve or proactively monitering law enforcement activity by any law enforcement agency within his geographical jurisdiction and to investigate your allegations of criminal conduct, ( personal liberty interfered with or denied, and personal and inherent natural and therefore constitutionaly constituted and embodied denied or interfered with) possibly taken without reasonable and just probable cause and the sheriff did not act and therefore failed and perhaps intentionaly failed to act. Perhaps there is a law in your state (as there is in other state)that declares that should a sheriff not perform his job function and duty that that elected official immediatly vacates his office for at least the reason of misconduct...
  2. Where are the Constitutional law Boards or Messages, Where are the old message Boards?
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