Posted 7 years ago on Dec. 5, 2011, 5:11 p.m. EST by Xxskillzz
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Just let the police continue issuing citations and make sure as many people as humanly possible receive them. Have everyone plead "not guilty." Next, spend the few dollars it costs for each subpoena and send one to every officer present on the scene, as well as a great many other witnesses. Then, proceed to represent yourself and question each officer and every witness, cross examine, recross, etc. In essence, by removing the officers from patrol you hinder their ability to continue fighting the movement. Also, you backlog the court and speedy trial issues could become problematic. After a likely conviction at the magisterial level, exercise your right to trial de novo and flood the county court with mass cases following the same procedure (and be sure to file endless and premade motions for all similar charges in a "how to" kit). In addition, file misconduct reports and citizen criminal complaints, file civil suit against the individual officers and the department and much more. It all comes down to a numbers game on multiple levels. Absent the use of plea bargains of a large scale, the courts and justice systems itself would begin to fold under the pressure of its own rules.