Douglas County, Nebraska, Head Prosecutor, Martin Conboy, has his 29 year retirement party the same hour that I had him subpoenaed to appear to testify why he had no 4th Amendment “Oath or Affirmation” in the Official Record in support of the warrant issued for failure to appear on a traffic citation. I think it odd that after 29 years the subpoenaed Prosecutor and the Court and the people organizing his retirement (going away) party the very same hour that my trial was to start in which he was subpoenaed as my witness to testify why he violates the bill of rights by having warrants issued with no supporting oath or affirmation (affidavit) in the official record when a warrant was issued for my arrest. And the Court denied my, already served upon Conboy, subpoena, minutes before the trial was to start. Essentially the Court has no General Jurisdiction to issue a warrant without this affidavit signed by the arresting officer, nor does the Court have a valid criminal complaint (information) in record for that too must be supported by an affidavit by the arresting (charging) officer also.
Amendment IV- “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”
We have sent this to Federal Prisoners and several were released immediately with no explanation and with no other appeals, challenges, or motions pending.
December 2012 – I have another identical case in Sarpy County, Nebraska, it has been 45 days under advisement, the Judge apparently does not know what to do.
No oath or affirmation was present in that case also, for the prosecutors affirmation will not meet the 4th Amendment for he is not a first hand witness.
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