Jakaj v Kinnane [2019] ACTSC 71

The applicant was convicted of using a mobile phone while driving a motor vehicle. He had a right of appeal from the orders made by the ACT Magistrates Court but he did not seek to exercise that right, and instead … Continue reading Jakaj v Kinnane [2019] ACTSC 71
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John Peter Bauskis

In the matter of Bauskis [2006] NSWSC 908 John Peter Bauskis was convicted with contempt of court over an incident where a group of protesters for John Wilson caused havoc at one of his hearings, yelling abuse at the judge … Continue reading John Peter Bauskis
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Rossiter v Adelaide City Council [2020] SASC 61

ABC NEWS: Driver who declared independence from society loses legal battle over unpaid parking fine Rossiter v Adelaide City Council [2020] SASC 61 "Various terms have been used to describe “pseudolegal arguments”.such as those advocated by the appellant in this … Continue reading Rossiter v Adelaide City Council [2020] SASC 61
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Gregory John Tudehope

A magistrate issued a warrant for the arrest of a ­Manoora man who stormed out of court and swore after ­arguing Queensland law did not apply to him. Gregory John Tudehope, 64, was pulled over in Manunda with his car … Continue reading Gregory John Tudehope
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Queensland Police Service v Messer [2016] QDC 214

In Queensland Police Service v Messer [2016] QDC 214 the respondent contended he has a God given right to travel unhindered in a car without state plates or registration or plates, as his car does not fit the legal definition of … Continue reading Queensland Police Service v Messer [2016] QDC 214
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Christopher James David Summers

"Has the Queen enacted it?" An extremely patient Queensland police officer has been praised online for his tact, when dealing with a man who insisted he could not legally be breathalysed until he was shown a proclamation certificate signed by the … Continue reading Christopher James David Summers
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George Koromilas

Herald Sun: "Man jailed after abusing a magistrate attempts to serve courts $2 million invoice": George Koromilas was initially charged for failing to produce a driver’s licence, claiming he wasn't required to have one in order to exercise his common … Continue reading George Koromilas
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Refusing to enter a plea

Peine forte et dure Peine forte et dure was a method of torture formerly used in the common law legal system, in which a defendant who refused to plead ("stood mute") would be subjected to having heavier and heavier stones … Continue reading Refusing to enter a plea
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