Ian Found Guilty in Speeding Ticket Case, Sentencing in October, Motions Filed.
Filed under: Court, New Hampshire, Personal Freedom, Update, Victimless Crimes
My recent speeding ticket case in Hillsborough showed, yet again, that consent is not required for the state agents to act against your freedom, even though you are hurting no one. It even had a moment where a former police officer basically admitted knowing nothing about the constitution to which he supposedly swore an oath.
Now, despite me filing a motion to dismiss at trial full of case history outlining the right to travel, the robed man, Tenney, has found me guilty (of course). Sentencing is October 17th at 8:15am.
In response, I have filed a motion to vacate, motion to place on file, and motion to sentence by mail. Stay tuned here to Free Keene for the latest. Learn how you can help clog the court system with the “Don’t the Plea Deal” flyer.Want to discuss rather than just commenting here? Visit the Shire Society Forum.