|Motion to Quash|
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|06/23/2010||Second Motion to Quash|
|Here is the second Motion to Quash. The first motion, filed June 14th
on the first subpoena, was GRANTED for lack of a signature. I was not
told that until June 24th, when the Order to Show Cause was issued.
So whatever court reviewed my motion did not send me a copy of any
written order. Note, an order to show cause says the judge has already
decided I am probably guilty and I have to prove my innocence. The
charge is civil, but punishable by jail. No jury trial; no trial at all. The burden
of proof is on me--guilty until proven innocent. The trial began without me.
The DA has already fed information to the judge outside my presence, in
violation of my constitutional rights to confront and cross-examine my accusers.
How is it contempt of court to use properly a legal process to challenge a subpoena, particularly when the first motion was granted? There is NO PROOF these "subpoenas" came from a court. How can it be contempt of court if the court did not issue the "subpoena," which is required by Rules of Criminal Procedure 17 (h). The Order to Show Cause had a court seal and judge’s signature and date, so I am following that order and going to court on June 29th at 9:30 a.m. in Division 14, room South 502.