Walker County tradesmen Gregory Parker appears on a true bill list of the Hamilton County grand jury Aug. 14 report, as reported at Chattanoogan.com.
That’s news today to Mr. Parker. He had been waiting for news about an indictment in an April 7 Chattanooga case, and neither he nor his bondsman got word in August about the grand jury’s true bill.
Mr. Parker learned last week that Hamilton County had issued a warrant for his arrest for not appearing in criminal court in Chattanooga.
Charges against Mr. Parker had gone to the grand jury after he argued before sessions judge Lila Statom that he was not participating in a privileged activity, and insisted he had offended no one and not broken any law that might have applied to him.
The charges given deal with the registration of his car as a motor vehicle, compliance with the compulsory insurance law and “driving on revoked license.” These are charges laid against people who are using the roads as drivers and operators but who do not have their dealings with the authorities in order.
Mr. Parker’s story is typical of how courts and police today operate. In civil cases service is made by the sheriff’s department of a summons and notice of a lawsuit having been filed. There is no service in criminal matters, where the state is the moving party but leaves it to those it accuses to discover among clerks and office the writings pertaining to the state’s claims.
Mr. Parker’s stand on constitutional rights is increasingly costly for him. Sheriff Steve Wilson’s deputies arrested him Dec. 3 after he went to the court to find copies of an earlier state case against him. He has been having trouble getting work in the carpentry and construction fields.
There is a compelling governmental interest in public safety. The insurance registration inspection and drivers license laws are thus CONSTITUTIONAL. The end.
Judson doesn’t know the LAW or how the “corporate state statutes” override our Constitutional liberties.
The supreme court has repeatedly ruled in favor of the private individual to use the public highways for non-commercial activity. Any law, statute, ordinance or code that is repugnant to the CONSTITUTION is void.
Motor vehicle codes apply to commercial activity, not private people and property. Private vehicles are not required to be registered pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code 9-102, which applies to corporate states as codified by most state statutes.
The corporate states are committing fraud by deception by not fully informing the sovereign people of the consequences of contracting with the corporate state for a “drivers license.”
I find it interesting, that after so many arrests, Mr Parker can’t learn anything from these events.
The 10th Amendment of the Constitution designates and delegates that each state create, establish and enforce its own rules, laws and regulations regarding use of public roads.
Most all states require drivers license, as proof of road safety knowledge, Insurance mandates are in place to protect individuals and property in the event of and accident, pure and simple. Vehicle registration is another code of law requirement, which has nothing to do with Traveling, Driving, or Commerce activities. Regarding the typical Sovereign Citizens carefully picked, chosen and selected interpretation of the Constitution regarding privately “traveling,” the law plainly states you may do so while either walking, riding a bicycle, or riding a horse, that’s it.
My sympathies to his wife and daughter or him putting him through all these issues, both emotionally and financially, I hope he learns a lesson one day and quits getting into trouble.
See article below, it well defines the legal aspects regarding driver and traveler.