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NIP Notice of intended prosecution: advice sort please

PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2011 3:25 pm
by butski04
Hi,

I've recently recieved a letter from the my regional (criminal Justice fixed penalty unit) regarding a notice of intended prosecution. this is regarding 37mph in a 30mph zone.

A. I have opened the letter but not filled anything in.
B. there is an additional web site leaflet regarding checking the offense on safespeed for life .co.uk (which I have not logged onto)

I am familiar with some of the freeman principals and I'm wondering which route to take;

A. asking for a calibration cert from the police and a photograph?
B. Return to sender method and avoiding contract etc
C. Using the strawman/corporation templates and legal fiction, avoiding contract route etc.

seeking sound advice on successfull methods

B

Re: NIP Notice of intended prosecution: advice sort please

PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2011 6:20 pm
by idmolcom
butski04 wrote:Hi,

I've recently recieved a letter from the my regional (criminal Justice fixed penalty unit) regarding a notice of intended prosecution. this is regarding 37mph in a 30mph zone.

A. I have opened the letter but not filled anything in.
B. there is an additional web site leaflet regarding checking the offense on safespeed for life .co.uk (which I have not logged onto)

I am familiar with some of the freeman principals and I'm wondering which route to take;

A. asking for a calibration cert from the police and a photograph?
B. Return to sender method and avoiding contract etc
C. Using the strawman/corporation templates and legal fiction, avoiding contract route etc.

seeking sound advice on successfull methods

B


Hi butski04,

Don't get wound up by so called protocols.

Just place a lable over your address and
put No Contract Under Common Law.

Post it straight back to where it came from.

If you get more mail from them do the same
again. Open the letter and write across the
piece of toilet paper they sent at 45 degree
angle between 2 lines, from bottom left to
top right. Write in Red ink no Contract in
common law."All further correspondence will
be charged at £1500 per mail received".

You could also crerate a common law copyright
and trademark notice and if the notice is
infringed you charge them £100,000 per
infringement.

When you publish anything on websites
use your name together with the following
symbols (c) (tm). This is now in the public
domain and you do not have to pay for
your copyright or TM by registering with a
govt department.

Remeber registering = giving away title,

Sitback and chillax with whatever beverage
of choice is.

Don't worry about it.

If that fails come back to me and I will make
it go away.

idmolcom

PS: Folks this is not an invitation to those
lazy sods who want everything done for
them. If anyone other then the inquirer
called butski04 wants the information
and my time then think of shelling out
£1500 for the help. I have studied for
several years and my time is valuable.

Re: NIP Notice of intended prosecution: advice sort please

PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:26 am
by Chedd44
I have one of these , I shall simply deny receiving it , its not posted by rgistered mail so there is no proof that I have it , I have an ex cop pal who did the same and it was dropped .....after a l;ittle tooing and throwing

Re: NIP Notice of intended prosecution: advice sort please

PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 2:35 pm
by Dreadlock
It's all about the part you were playing at the time of the alleged offense. The part you played dictates the jurisdiction you were in. The jurisdiction dictates the rules which apply.

If you don't understand the above pay the fine and study until you do understand.

"B" is part of the solution but not enough. I've posted on similar topics may times. Do a search.

Re: NIP Notice of intended prosecution: advice sort please

PostPosted: Sat Aug 20, 2016 8:28 pm
by EmpressT
Hi All,

Just wondered what the outcome was?
Would you guys take the same root if fixed penalties were not mentioned, just intention to prosecute? I make the decision to be out of the jurisdiction