How local, state officials in ‘good faith’ defy alien jurisdictions

print By David Tulis An important way for common people like you and me to hold public officials accountable is to deny them grounds for claiming “good faith” error as they tromp over your rights and impose by hook and crook a tort against you. One way of doing that is by filing administrative notice, a practice that presents to the state actor a nonargumentative recitation of relevant law, statute, regulatory provision or court decision. Once a state actor knows the baseline of law that binds him and his office, he may be a little less eager to prosecute you … Continue reading How local, state officials in ‘good faith’ defy alien jurisdictions