The offer to contract. I undersatnd is that most fed crim is really civil (they call crim but really subset of civil). All caps in you name is the Trust that is being sued so you can discharge complaint by asking judge to do so,,,since you are the beneficiary of the trust. The judge is trustee of cesta que trust and clerk is administrator, you(defendant) are the beneficiary of trust . Since plaintiff and defendant both are required to accept Offer to Contract, if defendant does not consent, Matter is discharged since both parties are needed to agree in UCC contracts (civil) to move forward. The ALL CAPS designation means that its not a natural person being sued although name has same spelling. The defendant simply asks judge (trustee) to dismiss case. Simple as that. Any comments ?
You have to schedule an appointment and bring your papers. This type of writings does not provide sufficient information to give proper legal advice
No, nobody has success with this argument. There is no such thing as the "cesta que trust" by which you were made a beneficiary at birth of the wealth of the United States government or any other trust available to pay off all your debts. This is a foolish legal concept that has never, and will never, be a successful argument to defend criminal charges or prosecute a claim or other civil defense in any court, state or federal. By pursuing such an argument, you will lose the opportunity to settle or plea bargain for a far better result than if you go to trial.
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