I haven't posted for a while as this life experience has been sooo busy.
Good news first. I've used "No contract, Return to sender" for all manner of PCNs and it absolutely, definitely works! Stand your ground, do not enter into contract and do not communicate at the door at all. Job done.
I have a few queries regarding the courts and standing as a sovereign human being in court (i.e. not a PERSON, the legal fiction).
Following a spurious claim regarding a domestic dispute police officers arrived and due to exercising one's rights of not giving police officers a legal NAME this resulted in an arrest being made and time in spent in a cell. The alleged offences were "breach of the peace" and "resisting arrest". (There was no breach of the peace and that is on camera. Nor was there any offence but the police are trying to use the obstruct/resisting arrest claim). That was handled and it should have ended there but because I didn't know the procedures I returned bail (i.e. went to the police station as stated on the papers) and like a good little citizen was given another piece of paper titled "Bail without conditions" whilst in custody.
"I understand that I am granted bail and must surrender to the custody of XYZ Magistrates court on XYZ date."
"I have been informed that if I fail to do so I may commit an offence and be fined, imprisoned or both."
Due to rough treatment at the police station, confusion of the procedures and numerous threats of more strip searches and time in a cell I put a scrawl against the part saying "Signed (person bailed)".
This was done on the advice of the young duty solicitor who really didn't know all that much. Had I not been bullied and pressurised, I would not have signed and simply accepted another strip search and more time in a cell. They had no contract or details except my name provided by my former partner. Now they have name, address and date of birth but only one scrawl on the "Bail without conditions". The piece of paper titled "Charge(s)" was NOT signed but states the charge is "Obstruct/resist a constable in the execution of duty" They quote "...SECTION 89(2) OF THE POLICE ACT 1996."
The piece of paper titled "Bail without conditions" says that I must surrender to the Magistrates court.
The questions are...
1. If I go, (which it looks like I should after being coerced into signing), can I stand as a sovereign on this day and if so what papers do I need to file and with whom?
2. Can I stand as a sovereign human being in a Magistrates court or should I request a Crown court? If so, how?
3. I assume I need to make a declaration of some sort to clarify my status as a human representing the PERSON. Is a "Notice of Intent and Understanding" the correct way to go about this?
4. I've also found a N9 form which can be issued to a court when questioning their jurisdiction. Does anyone know how this is used?
The court date is early Sept 2012. Duty solicitors have been with me at the police station but they really weren't much help except as witnesses to the police brutality. (This will be pursued separately).
I understand that in order to stand as sovereign in court I would best do it alone. So, I'm thinking of terminating any agreement I may have with the duty solicitor so I would represent myself - as a sovereign human being and agent for the PERSON.
5. Does anyone have any suggestions or experience regarding this?
6. Are there people who would like to be a witnesses in court to watch the spectacle for education and entertainment purposes?