The Evil Conspiracy to Capitalise Lettering

Because the titles of court cases identify the parties in all capital letters, the persons identified are theorised by the OPCA movement to be “fictitious entities” and “STATE v. JOHN Q. SMITH” has no authority over the defendant, “John Q. Smith” because the capitalization of the name means the court is addressing a person who does not exist. Similar arguments have also been raised unsuccessfully about things such as the presence or absence of punctuation, or of a middle name … Continue reading The Evil Conspiracy to Capitalise Lettering
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