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Yes they all contain the exact scenario! I recorded the entire scenario being laid out on every call! EVERY official emphatically sided with me!
Ok what if Im trying to prove not only what the LAW is but also what the DMV rules are for dealers. Also you seem very certain of what the law is, pretty much read the entire criminal complaint as it was written out(most of which i don't disagree with) to these officials as it was explained in lower general district court in the probable cause hearing. Yet the judge in that hearing with no EXTRA evidence (because there is none to offer) certified that there was probable cause to certify the case to Circuit court! I feel I don't want to take a chance with a trial and show how ludicrous this is in the civil trial beforehand by not taking any chances. Can i ask the judge for him to give a finding of fact in lieu of me offering the tapes to be heard?
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