It’s been a very successful year for me in court! First the no trespass order banning me from superior court was ruled unconstitutional, then Palmer, MA settles my camera arrest case for $5,000, and now the “residency” charge has been dropped!
As you may recall, I was pulled over in February by Jason Short of the Keene police. He ticketed me for allegedly being a “resident” and not getting a driver’s license from the NH bureaucrats.
In order to prove their claim, the state would have to prove I am a “resident”. Guess they didn’t feel confident enough in their evidence, because this morning police prosecutor Jean M. Kilham dropped the charge. However, she did say she was going to report the claims to the NH DMV and FL DMV. She intends to use their administrative system where the burden of proof is much lower than court. She wants NH to suspend “driving privileges” for a year and FL to cancel my license.
So, it may not be over yet entirely, but for now the court case has been eliminated.