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DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO VACATE JUDGMENT AND MOTION TO DISMISS INDICTMENT (6-26-10)

DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO VACATE JUDGMENT AND MOTION TO DISMISS INDICTMENT (6-26-10)

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Case No. 00-69257 HON JAMES R. CHYLINSKI

DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO VACATE JUDGMENT AND MOTION TO DISMISS INDICTMENT
Pursuant to United States Constitution 4th Amendment, 8th Amendment, et al.
Case No. 00-69257 HON JAMES R. CHYLINSKI

DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO VACATE JUDGMENT AND MOTION TO DISMISS INDICTMENT
Pursuant to United States Constitution 4th Amendment, 8th Amendment, et al.

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Published by: Mark Jackson on Jun 26, 2010
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While this is not a Civil Proceeding, the Defendant reminds the Court that he has suffered

damages. The Defendant does not believe the Court or any of its Judicial Officers were party to

22 Constitution of Michigan 1963 – Article I § 13

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the larger conspiracy, at this time, but was rather an unwilling participant in the corruption of

both, the Prosecutor and the Detroit Police Department. However, the Defendant acknowledges

that the Court was participant, nonetheless, and that the Court had a duty to obey the laws.

The Defendant also believes that the facts are overwhelming that the Attorney, Paul

Semperger, Bar # 20214, was inept and apathetic in his representation of the Defendant.

Regardless of who might be to blame for inept or conspiratorial practices and procedures,

or what reasons they might have had to do so, the Defense reminds the Court that it stands to

gain very little by revisiting this matter. The Defendant is not incarcerated. The Defendant is no

longer under any Sentence Restrictions or Supervision by any Probation offices. Nonetheless,

the Defendant has suffered and is still suffering damages to this very day because he the

Defendant remains constrained at his liberties.

The Defendant has suffered invasion of privacy, invasion of property, theft of property,

including, but not limited to one (1) shotgun and one (1) Ruger 10/22 Rifle and equipment. The

Defendant was falsely imprisoned and falsely charged. The Defendant has had his due process

rights violated on multiple occasions and continues to live under a cloud of impropriety. The

Defendant has had his 2nd

Amendment rights stripped. The Defendant has found it difficult to

find employment with a criminal history. The Defendant was forced to pay fees and penalties to

the Probation Supervision office and attorney’s fees.

It is also important to note that the Defendant was victimized many times. It began with

destruction of property and attempted theft by Larry Mason II and his friends and continued on

throughout the legal proceedings into sentencing where everyone got “their pound of flesh.”

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