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Memorandum on Appeal

Memorandum on Appeal

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12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728Rik Wayne Munson,
 sui juris
218 Landana StreetAmerican Canyon, California Near 94503Zip Code exempt DMM 602 - 1.3e707-649-0689
In the Superior Court of CaliforniaCounty of Contra CostaAppellate Division
 STATE OF CALIFORNIA,Unknown Plaintiff v.RIK WAYNE MUNSONDefendant in Error,Rik Wayne MunsonReal party in interest)))))))))))Case No.
080744-6
Memorandum of Points andAuthorities in Support of OPENING BRIEF ON APPEAL
Cases
 American Land Co v Zeiss 31 Sup Ct 200 208 219 US 47 71 55 L Ed 82
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Arthur v. Fry, 300 F.Supp. 622 (1960
.................................................................................................14Borum v. Graham, 4 Cal. 2d. 331, 40 P2d 866................................................................................8Ohio Bell v. Public Utilities Commission, 301 U.S. 292 (1937).....................................................3Pacific Legal Foundation v. California Coastal Com....................................................................10People v Battle 50 Cal.App.3d Supp. 1..................................................................................passimPeople v Hamilton (1986) 191 Cal.App.3d Supp. 13, 236 Cal.Rptr. 894........................................4People v McKay 02 C.D.O.S. 2036.................................................................................................5People v Sava (1987) 190 Cal.App.3d 935, 235 Cal.Rptr. 694.......................................................4People v. Oppenheimer (1974) 42 Cal.App.3d Supp. 4, [116 Cal.Rptr. 795]......................4, 5, 6, 9
 Reno v. Condon
, 528 US 141, 120 S Ct 666, (2000)
 
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Shapell Industries, Inc. v. Superior Court 
(2005) 132 Cal.App.4th 1101, 1111............................10Tracy v Municipal Court (1978) 22 Cal.3d 760, 765......................................................................5
Twining v New Jersey 29 Sup Ct 14 211 US 78 53 L Ed 97 
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Statutes
AB 1118...........................................................................................................................................6C.C.P. Section 367.........................................................................................................................13Cal. Rev. and Tax Code §6017 and §60017.....................................................................................7ch 646 §1, 62 stat 869 of the statutes at large.................................................................................7Penal Code 1042.5 and 19c.............................................................................................................4Penal Code 689.......................................................................................................................passimSB 1253...........................................................................................................................................6SB 471.............................................................................................................................................6statutes 1915 ch. 188 p. 397-399.....................................................................................................7statutes of 1913, ch. 326 p. 639-640................................................................................................7statutes of 1925, Vol. 1 ch 412, p. 833.............................................................................................9statutes of 1955 Vol 2 ch 1905 p. 3515-3516..................................................................................8statutes of 1957, page 1514 Chapter 482.........................................................................................8Table of Sections Affected...........................................................................................................6, 7-2-
 
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Other Authorities
3 Witkin, Cal. Procedure (3rd ed. 1985) Actions § 44, pp 70-72..................................................10Articles of Confederation...............................................................................................................11Magna Carta.....................................................................................................................................3Ops.Atty.Gen. (2006) 04-1212........................................................................................................9Public Law 280................................................................................................................................9Thomas Jefferson: Notes on Virginia Q. XIV, 1782. ME 2:207....................................................13
Rules
Section 8.5 of the Joint Rules of the California Legislature........................................................6, 7
Constitutional Provisions
Amendment IVX US.......................................................................................................................3Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution........................................................................3... Acquiescence in loss of fundamental rights will not be presumed. Ohio Bell v.Public Utilities Commission, 301 U.S. 292 (1937)
IDue Process Requires Notice
The concept of due process derives from the Magna Carta (1215). Its phrase “law of the land”was transformed over the years to “due process of law,” a phrase included in 1692 in aMassachusetts statute. The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution (ratified 1791)requires that the federal government not deprive any person of “life, liberty, or property withoutdue process of law.” The same language is included in the Amendment IVX US (ratified 1868) asa constraint on the states. The central aim of due process doctrine is to assure fair procedurewhen the government imposes a burden on an individual. The doctrine seeks to prevent arbitrarygovernment, avoid mistaken deprivations, allow persons to know about and respond to chargesagainst them, and promote a sense of the legitimacy of official behavior.Due process of law requires that the court which assumes to determine the rightsof parties shall have Jurisdiction and that there shall be notice and opportunity for -3-

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