Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

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Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Jered » Thu Jan 11, 2018 4:43 am

So, as far as I can tell, I've been summoned for jury duty.

I'm concerned about something though. What does it mean if the courtroom has a gold fringed flag? Is it a legitimate court? If I ask about a gold fringed flag, will that get me out of jury duty?

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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Kommander » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:18 am

Just start talking about jury nullification. You'll be out of there before lunch.

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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby evan price » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:51 am

The jury notice only applies to your corporate person anyway and if your birth certificate wasn't signed you don't subscribe to those laws. Your sovereign person is immune since you are not subscribed.
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Postby Rod » Thu Jan 11, 2018 3:27 pm

evan price wrote:The jury notice only applies to your corporate person anyway and if your birth certificate wasn't signed you don't subscribe to those laws. Your sovereign person is immune since you are not subscribed.
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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby g-man » Thu Jan 11, 2018 3:49 pm

I'm sorry, I'm confused. I can't seem to find the NSN for Admiralty Flags. The only ones I can manage to find are marked as Ceremonial, Parade, and Indoor... so maybe my Google-fu is weak on this one. Could one of you kind gentlemen point me in the right direction so I can ensure our office is working on Army data under the proper authority?
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Postby MiddleAgedKen » Thu Jan 11, 2018 4:32 pm

AGNTSA.

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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Termite » Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:06 pm

Kommander wrote:Just start talking about jury nullification. You'll be out of there before lunch.

Wear a FIJA T-shirt. That'll do it.
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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Windy Wilson » Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:08 pm

Just revealing myself as a lawyer seems to do the trick.
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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Rich Jordan » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:23 pm

Termite wrote:
Kommander wrote:Just start talking about jury nullification. You'll be out of there before lunch.

Wear a FIJA T-shirt. That'll do it.



The crook county jury waiting areas have signs up forbidding providing information or documentation to other jurors, and I saw people harangued about wearing t-shirts with logos or mottos on them.

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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Johnnyreb » Sun Jan 14, 2018 12:50 am

Back in Texas I got called every year for jury duty. There are, or maybe were a lot of class action suits in Jefferson County. I understand Texas was real popular for such lawsuits but I hear there's been some changes since then. I never got picked. But then anywhere I go, where I may be sitting around waiting, I've got a book in my hand. I don't think lawyers want to pick a book reader for a civil trial. They don't really want people who might think things through.

Especially when suing on behalf of a man who needs an oxygen tank in the courtroom because he messed up his lungs doing sandblasting without a filter mask and is suing the company that put the sand in a bag and not the people who had actually employed him. I didn't get picked but I don't think he won. While we were all waiting to be called back in to pick the jury after lunch, that guy jogged up the stairs right past all of us to go inside. And when we got called in, there he was, breathing his oxygen.

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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Jered » Sun Jan 14, 2018 2:03 am

Johnnyreb wrote:Back in Texas I got called every year for jury duty. There are, or maybe were a lot of class action suits in Jefferson County. I understand Texas was real popular for such lawsuits but I hear there's been some changes since then. I never got picked. But then anywhere I go, where I may be sitting around waiting, I've got a book in my hand. I don't think lawyers want to pick a book reader for a civil trial. They don't really want people who might think things through.


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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Johnnyreb » Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:15 pm

LOL. Now that's one better.

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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Rich Jordan » Sun Jan 14, 2018 11:49 pm

Based on Windy's comment and multiple stories about lawyers being excused, I wonder if a law school text book would have a similar effect.

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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby HTRN » Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:15 am

Jered wrote:
Johnnyreb wrote:Back in Texas I got called every year for jury duty. There are, or maybe were a lot of class action suits in Jefferson County. I understand Texas was real popular for such lawsuits but I hear there's been some changes since then. I never got picked. But then anywhere I go, where I may be sitting around waiting, I've got a book in my hand. I don't think lawyers want to pick a book reader for a civil trial. They don't really want people who might think things through.


I had a book with pictures of Nazis on the front.

Buy a copy of this, and make sure the prosecution sees it, youll get dismissed out of hand. :ugeek: :mrgreen:
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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Jered » Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:57 am

HTRN wrote:I had a book with pictures of Nazis on the front.

Buy a copy of this, and make sure the prosecution sees it, youll get dismissed out of hand. :ugeek: :mrgreen:


That book isn't found, but, hehehehe.
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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby MiddleAgedKen » Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:11 pm

Copy of Three Felonies a Day might do it too.
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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby BDK » Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:22 pm

Traditionally, lawyers were exempt as it was fektbthere was too high a chance of them judging law rather than facts/it was thought they’d carry too much weight inside the jury.

NO ONE will want a law student on a jury. Egads!

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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby SoupOrMan » Tue Jan 16, 2018 6:04 am

Jered wrote:
Johnnyreb wrote:Back in Texas I got called every year for jury duty. There are, or maybe were a lot of class action suits in Jefferson County. I understand Texas was real popular for such lawsuits but I hear there's been some changes since then. I never got picked. But then anywhere I go, where I may be sitting around waiting, I've got a book in my hand. I don't think lawyers want to pick a book reader for a civil trial. They don't really want people who might think things through.


I had a book with pictures of Nazis on the front.


Bonus points if it was a coloring book.
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Re: Gold Fringed Flag in Courtroom

Postby Jered » Tue Jan 16, 2018 3:13 pm

No, it was about Michael Wittman.
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