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Old 12-20-2011, 10:55 AM
WingstheONE WingstheONE is offline
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Greetings,
I like to be called Wings™.
I have been summoned to a magistrates court. In the response from the clerk to the justices to my rebuttal to the invitation with included Notices to the Judge in his chambers without his robe on etc, and to all the Principles, stating Remedy of "I waived my benefit privilege of attending. The clerk simply wrote back that all notices were shown to the Judge and "I Should Attend" on the said date. I have attempted to understand the above thread, but, am somewhat confused still. Would you a learned living, natural man or woman please expand on this word in the court context please. My understanding is that I don't have to go to court on appointed day, and that as no threats of bench warrants etc were offered in his Notice to me, I feel reasonable ok, not comfortable though, as I do not trust courts? Input please?
Thanks and take it easy,
Wings™