I have 1 felony charge that involves drugs but however I am black man that look up the supreme court ruling and its dred Scott vs sandford it states that a black people wont get citizenship.. they are not part of united states and they wont have no rights so if I am not part of United states then I should not be charge with this crime I should have immunity
(1) The Dred Scott decision is no longer good law. (2) Non-citizens (other than certain diplomats) do not have immunity from criminal prosecution. Defending yourself against felony charges is not a do-it-yourself project. Get lawyer. Good luck.
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Dread Scott has been overruled. It hasn't been good law since long before you were born. Further, even non-citizens can be charged and prosecuted for drug possession. Non-citizens are not automatically exempt from prosecution. There are many aliens (both lawful and otherwise) in prison.
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