Like the title insinuates contempt of court can take wild swings of subject matter. Like did you know that contempt of court is actually considered common law? Sure I know what you are thinking court is rooted in common law but applied administratively. Well contempt will get you duly convicted with just you arguing with the judge. Yeah, no trial zilch-nada and there you are doing thirty days or more or less. And, all this might depend on whether there is a rabbit in the moon or man, it doesn't matter. Contempt of court is so common law that you, and I can be made to testify against ourselves and the fifth amendment be dammed. Really. The first case law here in this land was in 1906(¿) You can find it as SHIPP. This is the case where the US Supreme Court arrested Chattanooga' s Sheriff and a few deputies and a few from the lynch mob. And, they had to self incriminate. This case started federalism. Ok, so they hanged a convicted rapist on a bridge who cares? What they should have cared about was the bring the body here order, but instead they offed him. (Chattanooga, not sure if this is the right town) seems the supreme court wanted Johnson alive not dead. Now what happened in Tennessee is rather unimportant other that what happened in DC. The resulting trial should show any one that once you are in contempt things change immediately. Take me, I was I thought at a hearing and the administrative law judge admitted he had turned the fine over to collections. So.....um, let me start at the beginning. There is this guy who had two horses. One of the horses got sick. Seems there was tansy rag wort in the hay. So this guy had one well fed horse and one sick horse. Then along came county animal control and poof this guy is brought into court. Court goes as expected and guy is fined. Guy never pays the fine, guy still has not paid the fine. Six years later cop runs guys name and steals him. Guy does 96 hours on a 48 hour hold. Guy gets released with document stipulating he is under arrest and all that goes with such things as that. That impairment thing has a list of 22 things he could not do, along with a be hear at this time order. Guy is there at that time and the ALJ immediately starts running its mouth behind guys back while the guy is writing "without prejudice." Guy wheels around and asks "Is this going on, you really want do do this this way, so it's started?" Guy is told to sit down, guy tells the bonehead no. Guy tells bonehead he is not there to contract with the fiction. Guy tells bonehead that guy is not a client of the state of Oregon. Bonehead rambles on and says "I turned this over to collections." There it was, the ALJ gave away the state's plenary power. Guy challenges jurisdiction. ALJ rambles on about being appointed then voted in as judge. Guy tells bonehead (and I shit you not I actually said) I told him "Whether or not you wear pink panties or not is not the question or the challenge, the challenge is where is the paper where this human gave you jurisdiction over him. Where is that paper with his and your signature on it granting you jurisdiction?" And, he went looking for it. What happened next was he told me that the paper in question was at the courthouse. He or rather I almost screwed up but I persevered and told him NO he had to have it, had to have it right there. He kept blathering on and poof, duly convicted of the crime of contempt of court. Cop comes in Michael is arrested read his Miranda and off to jail. Michael does 27 straight days on a 30, now those 27 along with the previous 4 equates to 31 in aggregate on that 30. Yeah and one would think it is all over now, but that is not reality. As of the 22nd of this month there was mailed to me, with my name in lower case letters a summons to appear as defendant for the crime of contempt of court. I received it Friday after Thanksgiving. And, I burn; I burn so bad I can't think. Same numbers same charge, in fact it is like nothing has ever happened. Enough with the fuck my life tit whining and on to the anomalies. You will notice that when I went to court on August 18 2016 that I never plead in out, nothing. When I was doing the signature thing it was 10:55 when I was getting the cuffs slapped on it was 11:02. When I challenged jurisdiction by asking for that "paper" I inadvertently sent the thing chasing his own tail and he admitted that by that paper being at the court house he showed that I was not standing in court, nor was he. Court was ... I guess court was at the courthouse. These two things are important, the fact that he did not understand jurisdiction tion and the fact he showed there was no court that day as far as the plea, why that's debatable. It's debatable because if it is jurisdictional as in "all ready" judged and I or you have not satisfied that aspect then there is failure to comply but here it is called contempt. Thing is some one else or some thing moves the court, then there is acting like a monkey. Usually it is someone moves the thing. In my predicament this thing is moving on its own, there are no keys in my pocket. There are no keys in my pocket for the jail cell because I cannot prosecute myself and you likewise cannot prosecute yourself. Now as far as no court that day, now that is priceless just on its own. Now boom I do the time, cool done; right? Wrong! Like I intimated afore hand this contempt thing is old, old common law. In fact it is called a matter of authority here in the bounds of Oregon and no other court can challenge it. This means it is not vacated upon appeal, it is not found to be inconsistent and against any constitution which would state you have a right to trial and there by you can have it stricken or vacated as unlawful. In fact as I found out there need not be a jury or prosecutor or a court or a moving party and most of all and very important you can be tried multiple times for the same thing. All the above flies in the face of reason and reason actually equates with law. So the BIG question is how to defeat it? As stated earlier contempt of court is common law. As common law it seems it has to be defeated that way. Now every one should understand that the or a court is a dead old thing and just like laws it lays in Wait. What I am conveying is that it does not move on its own. In my case it seems to be but these words should make sense: if it please the court I move that it.... I used to think that, those words were directed at the ALJ but they are not. The ALJ just inhabits or lives in this dead thing. Sorry, always wanted to see that thought strung together. So as a dead thing that can do nothing, and as ancient as common law it is those that move this thing that must be defeated. And, in my case it is this incompetence must be proved. The only way I can see to effect this defeat is through questions. You see, as I see it common law puts me on the same footing as the thing that inhabits the court. And, as in that SHIPP contempt trial, yes the only case of its kind unique to US Supreme court if there is no fifth amendment for me then there is NONE for the ALJ. Big problem is I/you are the one being held in....held, placed, secreted, so it becomes question and answer time. I ask the questions as points of clarification and upon being answered the ALJ enters testimony against his lawless acts there by showing incompetence. Incompetence breeds removal. Sure, sure the removal will not avail me any satisfaction of remedy because I am in something that cannot be remedied, I am trapped in a dead thing. Talk about your twilight zone. Now as and you should know because I realize this, as I am in uncharted understandings "so is the ALJ." This means the tables can be flipped. Recesses can be halted and the ALJ made to sit till he poops his panties. IF he gets up and leaves then he abandons or rather he flees and I get to pass judgment. You see this is common law. Also I have one goal I am striving to put this court thing in and that is to get the ALJ to realize what he is engaged in. It is something based in vendetta which he is not allowed to do and by gollie he has been doing it, he has up to now been a willing participant in something he is forbidden to do. This thing will get him removed. Well that's it in a long winded nut shell, every thing I know about contempt of court. Oh, there is one other thing. It is a curious affair that every document, paper, instrument that I have always has this or another court' name slightly different. So far I have four variations of this court and two of the STATE. Like I said curious, curious indeed.