Hello Mr. Hancock,
I have been battling a statutory charge of driving while intoxicated for 2 years against the State of Texas. Initially, I hired an attorney and proceeded in the normal forum prescribed by the corporate State of Texas. I have now come to realize after paying two attorneys that my lawyer is the best advocate of the State. I have confronted my attorney no less than three times about advising me in a manner that best served the prosecution. Including being lied to for 2 months that there was a Motion to Suppress Hearing that suppressed evidence allegedly against me.
After two years there has not been a hearing in my case only trial settings. From my own research I have come to find that the corporate State can not interface with me and according to natural law I have not committed a crime against humanity or another individual. At this point I feel that the legal system has been bastardized and I can not continue in the current venue scheduled to hear my case.
I have prepared an Affidavit challenging the State\'s jurisdiction. My question to you is do you know of a legal adviser or other person in Texas qualified to review my document to confirm it is inclusive of all subject matter, to walk me through the process and the expected outcome.
Any information you can provide on this matter would be helpful. I have to submit my Sworn Notice to the court in the next three weeks so a prompt response is requested.
Thank you for the opportunity to post to this forum.