I was going Pro Per on the topic of jurisdiction challenge and required the facts placed as evidence, saying once juridiction is challenge it must be proven etc. the judge didnt comply and insist to go into the preliminary hearing, so I decide to I ask for the public hazard bond and the judge oath of office... he fail to be a public servant and bullied me into the preliminary of which I had no knowledge that topic, so since I was forced, I then ask for a lawyer of which I was denied, judge saying it's to late, keep in mind also I didn't entertain the cross examination but shout out all evidence that was gathered was based on a illegal search and seazure. What I'm saying is no man is bigger than the law, so I decided to have their jurisdiction be proven, but instead it looked like they wasn't ready for all that, which leff me confused, to my knowledge court suppose to exercise justice
Your post is a prime example of why people should not represent themself. You are held to the same standards as a lawyer, and must know how to proceed, how to file motions, how to examine witnesses, what a felony preliminary hearing is. You obviously failed on all counts. If you do not want to convict yourself, get an attorney to represent you.
Mr. Gross is right on point. People who represent themselves generally do a poor job because they don't understand the law or criminal procedure. What the heck is a "public hazard bond"? Challenging jurisdiction - on what grounds? If the crime happened in California, then proper jurisdiction is in California and the proper venue is the county where it happened. Illegal search and seizure - base on what grounds? You want to challenge judge's oath. huh? It is clear you have no idea what you are talking about and frankly, you are beginning to sound like one of those Constitutionalists, with the fringe on the flag representing a military court and other such nonsense. And since it went to a preliminary hearing, that means you are charged with at least one felony. Time to get a REAL attorney before you do any more damage to your case.
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"Re-dos" are uncommon. Time to relent and lawyer up. You're floundering.
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File your 995 Motion challenging the errors made by the Preliminary Hearing Judge. Jurisdiction is always at issue.
Not sure about California, but in Maryland, a preliminary hearing is to determine if a crime was committed, and is it more likely than not that you committed it. Jurisdiction, illegal search and seizure, and other defects in the State's case are challenged in pretrial motions. It seems that the judge made a determination that you waived your right to counsel, and thus treated you as your own counsel. As such you are held to the same standard as an attorney. What you need to do is obtain counsel for the next stage of the proceedings. Maybe a California attorney can tell me - what is asking for a public hazard bond and the judge's oath of office?
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To say you're in over your head is an understatement. Your attempts at challenging things that make no sense and that you don't understand now has you one major step closer to facing trial on whatever charges you were held to answer on.
It is way beyond time to hire an attorney.
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