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  1. COURT DETAILS: COURT - DISTRICT COURT OF SAN ANDREAS DIVISION - Civil PRESIDING - His Honour, Simon Richter QC PSM TITLE OF PROCEEDINGS: PLAINTIFF - Kane Wilson DEFENDANT - Commissioner of Police FILING DETAILS PREPARED FOR: Kane Wilson LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE: Rudolph Guillani CONTACT (EMAIL/TELEPHONE): lynxaa#3213 - #795956 Submissions: [1] Your Honour, In response to the SAPF's late submission, we seek that the court proceed in making a default judgment. The SAPF and namely now Commissioner Jay Black were well aware of the proceedings against them and yet failed to appear and make a submission for 7 days. I personally reached out to then-Superintendent Jay Black on the 7th day of September 2021, seeking to reach a settlement out of court, I was not even dignified with a response. While we accept there were significant changes within the SAPF, the Commissioner was well aware of the case being brought against them and failed to adequately use his resources and time to find legal counsel. [2] The SAPF's inability to manage their resources should not be at the detriment of my client, Your Honor. Your acceptance of my client's statement of claim gave a clear deadline of 5 days to appoint counsel and make submissions, out of our own goodwill we provided them with 7 days before submitting a default judgment order and on multiple occasions informed the SAPF in #PD to Court about the pending matter. The SAPF has numerous Command level officers and an abundance of High Command level officers. The SAPF choosing to allow only the Commissioner to appoint legal counsel should be none other than the SAPFs own downfall as it is their inability to act which has halted the wheels of justice. [3] Your Honour, if the court does not move to default judgement and entertains the idea of allowing the SAPF to make late submissions, this will unfairly penalize my client who is seeking finality in the matter, and will also unfairly prejudice my clients right to a speedy trial. The SAPF has a litany of senior officers at their disposal and for them not to be able to seek out legal counsel in 7 days shows a serious mismanagement issue within their organisation and is no fault of the plaintiff or the court. [4] Your Honour, The SAPF has an extensive history of failing to meet the court's deadlines and failing to adhere to the court's orders. As such the movement to default judgement by the court will send a strong message to the SAPF that they are to adhere to the court's orders and deadlines or they will face the consequences. SIGNATURE: Rudolp Guillani
  2. NOTICE OF MOTION DEFAULT JUDGMENT FOR FAILURE TO MAKE APPEARANCE COURT DETAILS: COURT - DISTRICT COURT OF SAN ANDREAS DIVISION - Civil PRESIDING - His Honour, Simon Richter QC PSM TITLE OF PROCEEDINGS: PLAINTIFF - Kane Wilson DEFENDANT - Commissioner of Police FILING DETAILS PREPARED FOR: Kane Wilson LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE: Rudolph Guillani CONTACT (EMAIL/TELEPHONE): lynxaa#3213 - #795956 GROUNDS [1] Your Honour, We are seeking that the court makes a default judgment in absence of the respondent as they have failed to appear before the court. [2] Your Honour, It has been 7 days since the respondent was served with a notice to appear and as yet they have failed to make a submission. We seek the following orders from the court: i) Mr. Wilson be paid a sum of $500,000 for the unlawful charges. ii) Mr. Wilson receive a letter of apology from SGT Sullivan & SGT Wick, including in this letter will be steps they will take to ensure this sort of unlawful conduct on their behalf does not continue in the future. SIGNATURE: Rudolp Guillani
  3. Your Honour, We will be withdrawing our case, the client has indicated he does not intend to pay his legal fee's. As such we withdraw the case.
  4. Contact Details - Applicant/Plaintiff First Name: Rudolph Last Name: Guillani Mobile: 795956 Discord: lyxnaa#3213 Contact Details - Client First Name: Trent Last Name: Walker Mobile: 179705 Discord: Golden-Eagle#4886 Organisation Name (If applicable): For Original Jurisdiction Defendant Name: Commissioner of Police Defendant Organisation (If available): San Andreas Police Force Respondent Discord (if known): BlackJackFx#2771 Defendant 2 Name: His Honour, Harold J. Holt QC PSM Defendant 2 Organisation (If available): N/A Respondent 2 Discord (if known): Nukaa#5788 Statement of Claims: [1] On the evening of the 9th day of September 2021, Mr Trent Walker was selling kinder surprises in the little Seoul area. After a hard few hours working, he got onto his Sanchez Sport Motorbike and went home to his property at 12 invention court. Shortly after arriving home and putting his bike away, he was approached by a Detective Sergeant and after a short chat, he was detained by the said detective as they believed he was selling narcotics. [2] Mr Walker was then taken away from his home by the Detective Sergeant, they then conducted a search of his person finding no narcotics but finding the kinder surprises he was selling. After a further 15 minutes of questioning, the detectives demanded to see Mr Walker's bike to which he complied and pulled it out. Upon, searching Mr Walker's bike the detectives yet again found no evidence of narcotics. [3] After finding no evidence of narcotics on Mr Walker's Person or bike the detectives then set out to get a warrant to search the house. The warrant was approved by His Honour, Harold J Holt QC PSM, and they raided his property finding 2200 LSD in an old burrito. [4] Your Honour, we submit that the warrant issued by His Honour, Harold J Holt QC PSM, was unlawful as pursuant to s 3(b) of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 (SA) it clearly states that " Search Warrants: May be approved if a court judge is satisfied that it is reasonable to suspect that there is, or will be at the time of the warrant is executed, things that are connected with the offence and the search is likely to lead to an arrest." [5] Your Honour, Mr Walker was never found with any narcotics on him, prior to the search of his property, nor were any narcotics found in his bike. As such no offence had been committed by Mr Walker and he was not charged with any Narcotics offences, prior to the application for a warrant. This makes the warrant unlawful as there was nothing to connect Mr Walker to an offence as no offence had been committed, nor had he been charged with one, nor had any evidence been found to point to the commission of an offence, prior to the application for a warrant [6] Your Honour, the fact that the officers could not and did not charge Mr Walker, nor did they have any evidence he committed an offence prior to applying for his warrant, shows that this was more of a fishing expedition than an investigation based on evidence and fact. Your Honour, We seek the following remedies: i) $500,000 In compensation to be paid to Mr Trent Walker ii) SAPF pay all Mr Walkers Legal Fee's Witnesses: Trent Walker Evidence: Warrant: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18OgD-QqRd6bqLGqVCJLP8AIPkTJz0fb-sMQsEvdFY78/edit?usp=sharing Raid Receipt: Can be provided on request. Subpoena: Subpoena SAPF: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VUY9-rp5gaFj_L0mx5sdfEeTGWBNxBy_FOYpSdBcG2Y/edit Acknowledgement: Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties 1. I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. Y 2. I acknowledge that under section 15 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that there will be a fee associated with the court proceedings of this case, per person in each party. Y 3. I authorise the Government of San Andreas to deduct any fees set out in point 2 above from my bank account automatically. (Attach evidence of consent from additional applicants to this case). Y
  5. Contact Details - Applicant/Plaintiff First Name: Rudolph Last Name: Guillani Mobile: 795956 Discord:lynxaa#3213 Contact Details - Client (If this application is submitted by a registered legal practitioner or on behalf of an organisation) First Name: Danny Last Name: Avocado Mobile: 9158809 Discord: fliqqs#0527 For Original Jurisdiction Defendant Name: San Andreas Police Force Defendant Organisation (If available): Respondent Discord (if known): - Statement of Claims: [1] On the 1st day of September 2021, Mr Danny Avocado was travelling with some new friends he had made, when a Police vehicle stopped them. One of the men with Mr Avocado began to slide across the bonnet of the police vehicle. [2] This infuriated the officer who became quite unhinged and aggressive, the officer drew his service pistol and pointed it at the man sliding across the bonnet of the vehicle. One of the other men with Mr Avocado then drew his pistol and demanded the officer get on his knees. [3] Seeing this Mr Avocado asked the man holding the officer up "what are you doing? Don't hold him up". Mr Avocado then ran away not wanting to be a part of this incident. [4] Mr Avocado was then apprehended by police a short time later and charged with 1c of Criminal Accessory by an Officer with badge number 756 and served 15 months in jail. [5] Mr Avocado was unlawfully charged with 1c of Criminal accessory, as he did not meet the elements of the offence as set out in s 24(a) Crimes Act 2018 (SA) We seek the following remedies from the court: i) The charge of Criminal Accessory be struck from Mr Avocados Record ii) The court take any disciplinary actions it deems fit against the officer in question. iii) SAPF pay Mr Avocados legal fees Witnesses: Danny Avocado Evidence: Witness Testimony of Danny Avocado. Acknowledgement: Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties 1. I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. (Y 2. I acknowledge that under section 15 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that there will be a fee associated with the court proceedings of this case, per person in each party. (Y) 3. I authorise the Government of San Andreas to deduct any fees set out in point 2 above from my bank account automatically. (Attach evidence of consent from additional applicants to this case). (Y)
  6. Contact Details - Applicant/Plaintiff First Name: Rudolph Last Name: Guillani Mobile: 795956 Discord: lynxaa#3213 Contact Details - Client First Name: Kane Last Name: Wilson Mobile: 541485 Discord: biggie#0418 For Original Jurisdiction Defendant Name: Commissioner of Police Defendant Organisation (If available): San Andreas Police Force Respondent Discord (if known): Statement of Claims: [1] Mr. Kane Wilson was unlawfully arrested by members of the SAPF namely Sgt Mitch Wick and Sgt Peter Sullivan on the 21st day of July 2021. [2] He was summarily charged with 1c Murder and 1c Kidnapping. [3] He served 130 months in jail for these unlawful charges. [4] Mr. Wilson appealed the summary conviction to the District Court of San Andreas, where his conviction was overturned and he was found not guilty on all counts. [5] Due to this miscarriage of justice, we are seeking the following remedies: i) Mr. Wilson be paid a sum of $500,000 for the unlawful charges. ii) Mr. Wilson receive a letter of apology from SGT Sullivan & SGT Wick, including in this letter will be steps they will take to ensure this sort of unlawful conduct on their behalf does not continue in the future. Witness: Kane Wilson Evidence: SADC 48 - Ruling from His Honour Judge H.J Holt: Acknowledgement: Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties 1. I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. (Y) 2. I acknowledge that under section 15 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that there will be a fee associated with the court proceedings of this case, per person in each party. (Y) 3. I authorise the Government of San Andreas to deduct any fees set out in point 2 above from my bank account automatically. (Attach evidence of consent from additional applicants to this case). (Y)
  7. Motion for Interlocutory Injunction Guillani, Taft, Goodman & Associates v Lannister [2021] SADC 45 10th of July 2021 COURT DETAILS: COURT - DISTRICT COURT OF SAN ANDREAS DIVISION - CIVIL PRESIDING - Simon E. Richter J TITLE OF PROCEEDINGS: APPELLANT - Guillani, Taft, Goodman & Associates RESPONDENT - Daniel Lannister FILING DETAILS PREPARED FOR: Guillani, Taft, Goodman & Associates LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE: Rudolph Guillani CONTACT (EMAIL/TELEPHONE): lynxaa#3213- 795956 GROUNDS AND ORDERS: [1] Your Honour, We the plaintiff in this matter seek the following interlocutory injunction be ordered: i) A prohibitive injunction against the respondent, in the form of a gag order to stop him from further besmirching, sullying, defaming and bringing the good reputation of GTG & Associates into disrepute and to preserve the status quo before the matter is heard. ii) We are seeking that this injunction stays in place until such a time as the matter has been heard and a judgement has been given or the matter is settled out of court. [2] In respect to the order sought, we submit that you grant this prohibitive injunction as the respondent has shown time and time again he will continue to besmirch, sully, defame, and bring the good reputation of GTG & Associates into disrepute. This can be seen in his multiple and regular breaches of the cease and desist letter he was served with. If the respondent continues to do so he will cause irreparable damage to the plaintiff and we believe the damage will be in excess of what the court can order to be paid in damages under the Civil Torts Act 2020 (SA). [3] We are seeking this prohibitive injunction, in order to preserve the status quo of the parties until the matter is heard and as such no further damage can be brought on the plaintiff by the respondent. [4] Your Honour, in respect to our grounds to seek such an order, we submit that there is a serious question to be tried and as such we have grounds to seek this prohibitive injunction against the respondent. [5] Your Honour, in respect to the court's power to issue such an order, we submit that it is widely accepted by nearly every court in every jurisdiction in the land that the court has the authority to issue such an order. Signed, Rudolph Guillani
  8. Contact Details - Applicant/Plaintiff First Name: Rudolph Last Name: Guilliani Mobile: 795956 Discord: lynxaa#3213 Organisation Name (If applicable): Guillani, Taft, Goodman & Associates Contact Details - Co-Counsel First Name: William H Last Name: Taft Mobile: 3296472 Discord: ace#0103 Organisation Name (If applicable): Guillani, Taft, Goodman & Associates Contact Details - Client (If this application is submitted by a registered legal practitioner or on behalf of an organisation) First Name: Rick Last Name: Sanchez Mobile: 1783598 Discord: salvador#8424 For Original Jurisdiction Defendant Name: The Crown Defendant Organisation (If available): San Andreas Police Force Respondent Discord (if known): xx#0000 Statement of Claims: [1] On the 26th of July 2021, Mr. Rick Sanchez was arrested by police for damage to government property, police pursuit, unroadworthy vehicle, possession of 1g of weed, and murder. I was sentenced to 100months in the Boilingbroke correctional establishment. [2] During Mr. Sanchez's incarceration, a fellow inmate began assaulting corrections officers, corrections officers then began assaulting Mr. Sanchez and his 2 associates with beanbag rounds and batons. [3] Mr. Rick Sanchez felt his life was in danger and he was in duress when he used reasonable force to defend himself from the unprovoked assault on his person by the corrections staff. [4] During the scuffle, the 2 guards fell to the ground and the unknown inmate who originally started the altercation with corrections began gutter stomping the downed officers repeatedly until their bodies remained lifeless on the floor. [5] The unknown inmate who started the assault on the corrections staff was released from prison with one of Mr. Sanchez's associates it was a few minutes later that SAPF officers led by Senior Constable Patel stormed the prison and placed Mr. Sanchez under arrest charging him with 2x Murder and sentencing him to a further 100 months in Jail and some $300,000 in fines. [6] A miscarriage of justice took place when Mr. Rick Sanchez was summarily prosecuted for 2x Murder by Senior Constable Patel when Mr. Sanchez clearly did not commit the offence of Murder. Mr. Sanchez was also wrongfully charged for possession of 1g of weed this amount of weed falls within the legal amount you are allowed to carry under state law. We seek the following remedies from the court: [1] The charge of Possession of a Class C Narcotic be struck from Mr Sanchez's record and he is reimbursed for the monies he paid in fines. [2] The charges of Murder X2 be struck down from Mr. Sanchez's record and he is reimbursed for $300,000 in fines he paid for them. Witnesses: Taj Hopgood Tom Hawkins Evidence: Sworn Affidavit of Rick Sanchez: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v_EtsC0d9ZKD5QFFqLku4svxN-RtY-OeIphcsmCct00/edit Acknowledgement: Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties 1. I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. Y 2. I acknowledge that under section 15 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that there will be a fee associated with the court proceedings of this case, per person in each party. Y 3. I authorise the Government of San Andreas to deduct any fees set out in point 2 above from my bank account automatically. (Attach evidence of consent from additional applicants to this case). Y
  9. Topic Title Guillani, Taft, Goodman & Associates - Rudolph Guillani OOC (Out of Character) Information Steam Username: [hi Account ID: 118316 Discord#9999: lynxaa#3213 IC (In Character) Information Personal Details Full Name: Rudolph Guillani Contact Number: 795956 Occupation: Lawyer Employment History: Paralegal and now Lawyer How long have you lived in San Andreas?: 5 months Do you consent for a police background check? Yes SECTION B (Business License (New Businesses)) Reason for registration: To fill the gap left behind now that the San Andreas bar does not pay Lawyers or paralegals. We will keep Lawyers and paralegals who have impressed us on a permanent retainer and provide case Opportunities to other lawyers and paralegals to work on a case-by-case basis. We will also offer training and mentorship to new paralegals by offering them admittance to the GTG & Associates Law Student Mentoring Program, in this program they will be taken into our organization and assigned to one of our senior counsel's for mentoring and also allowing them to assist us with cases and give them cases under the supervision of their mentors. We are also looking at starting a mentoring program to mentor keen members of the public who have not gained entry in the Bar yet and mentoring them from pre their entry to the bar all the way up to them becoming a full Attorney. We also intend to hold legal workshops for companies, the general public, the police force, and any interested parties so they know what their rights/responsibilities are under the various acts and laws of the state. We also intend to run GTG & Associates Legal Aid program on a pro bono basis so poorer and underprivileged members of the public always have the right to legal aid and counsel. Business plan: The company is self-sustaining most of the income comes from representing clients and the costs are discussed with them on a case-to-case basis and we are currently in negotiations with a number of organizations to be retained on a permanent monthly basis. The payment for employees of the company will be as follows: All are paid a commission based on the case Each rank within the company gets a higher percentage We currently have a number of people already working under the GTG & Associates name Rudolph Guillani - Named Partner William H. Taft - Named Partner Saul Goodman - Named Partner Patrick T Green - Paralegal Proposed organization structure: Named partners Partners Senior Associates Associate Paralegal Proposed location: Office space in Quokka towers would be ideal or within the Acadius business centre. However, if this is not available officer space within any of the various sky scrapers that dot the city would suffice and if that cannot be done office space on the upper floor of the courthouse building will do. Future business needs: The ability to be able to invoice people on the spot is the only foreseeable future development we would need at this stage. Confirmation: I understand that I will need to roleplay my business and prove the potential in my registration in order for my business to ever be taken into consideration for incorporation. Yes I acknowledge that the Government's receival of this registration does not automatically grant me a business to run. Yes I acknowledge that falsifying details in this application may render a permanent blacklisting from future registrations. Yes I acknowledge that this is a multi-step process in order to start a business, and I am currently on step 1. (Yes I acknowledge that the incorporation cost of my business may be expensive if I am ever considered. (Yes I acknowledge that I will be subjected to the Corporations, Contracts and Labour Act and corporate provisions of the Crime and Corruption Act upon registration of my business, and I will comply with such laws. (Yes I will not nudge, bump or message a Government Official to enquire on the status of this application. (Yes If my proposed business is part of the Aviation or Private Security industry, I will supply my Air Operator's Certificate or Private Security Business pre-approval within 14 days of this application. Otherwise, my application will be rejected unless DoJ grants an exemption. (Yes
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Contact Details - Applicant/Plaintiff First Name: Patrick T Last Name: Green Mobile: 2721946 Discord: ThomasG#1337 Contact Details - Client (If this application is submitted by a registered legal practitioner or on behalf of an organisation) First Name: Alejandro Last Name: Hernandez Mobile: 5701028 Discord: Ren tho#6354 Contact Details - Senior Counsel/Supervising Counsel First Name: Rudolph Last Name: Guillani Mobile: 795956 Discord: lynxaa#3213 Organisation Name: Guillani, Taft, Goodman & Associates Contact Details - Senior Counsel First Name: William H Last Name: Taft Mobile: 3296472 Discord: ace#0103 Organisation Name: Guillani, Taft, Goodman & Associates For Original Jurisdiction Defendant Name: Chief Executive Officer Defendant Organisation (If available): San Andreas Debt Collectors Respondent Discord (if known): Statement of Claims: [1] On 11 JUL 2021 Mr. Alejandro Hernandez was travelling in his private motorcar a Glendale (Light blue in colour) along Clinton Ave. He was approached by heavily armed and armoured members of the SADC who held him at gunpoint demanding he exit his vehicle as he was wanted. He protested his innocence and was assaulted and unlawfully detained when the SADC officers forced him into handcuffs and ferried him off to MRPD against his will and his protests of his innocence. [2] Mr Alejandro Hernandez told the officers multiple times they had the wrong person. He pleaded with them to check the date of birth, to check his phone number or even check the registration of the vehicle they refused to instead telling him to I quote "shut up". [3] Mr Alejanadro Hernandez was taken to MRPD against his will dumped there and given off to a police officer Incremental Senior Constable Jackson Tarkov [HWY-18]. After Mr. Hernandez pleaded his case to ISC Tarkov he decided to take him to his Glendale to check the plate. ISC Tarkov spoke to the SADC officers via radio to which they said they had tracked the vehicle via camera footage. ISC Tarkov also noted that the SADC officers had uploaded Mr. Alejandro Hernandez's mugshot to the profile of the wanted man they were looking for who had the name, Alejandro Hernández (note the accent above the A) this further confused the situation. [4] As ISC Tarkov believed the SADC officers had detained the wrong man after conducting the correct checks to confirm Mr. Hernandez's identity he released him from custody and apologised. [5] The SADC officers acted recklessly and negligently and with wanton disregard for Mr. Hernadez's rights and the law when they unlawfully detained him. They did not conduct the necessary due diligence to ascertain that they had the correct person knowing they had 3 people with similar names the officers should of checked the Dates of birth, Phone numbers and vehicle registrations of the suspects to make sure they had the right person. Due to the officer's negligence in unlawfully detaining Mr. Hernandez for over 40 minutes this has caused significant mental trauma to Mr. Hernandez and left him deeply scarred and distrustful of them and it was a clear breach of Mr Hernandez's civil rights under the Civil Rights Act 2018, Div. I, Section 10 and also the Civil Torts Act 2020, Div. II, Section 7, Sub Section A & (6) and it constitutes a criminal offence under the Crimes Act 2018, Div. III, Section 20, Subsection A. [6] Mr. Hernandez is not satisfied that the SADC's Operational management conducted a fair and independent investigation into the unlawful conduct of their operatives and he is extremely concerned that they have escaped any punishment or reprimand. We cannot have the SADC operating as a quasi-military-style secret police force having carte blanche to whisk people away from their private motor cars in the dead of the night, shake them down for money and then dump them on the door steps of MRPD without conducting the proper checks and balances to make sure they have the right individuals. As such we seek the following remedies through the Civil Court system: [1] Mr. Hernandez be given a payment of $400,000 from the SADC in line with the Civil Torts Act 2020, Div. III, Section 9. [2] An official apology letter from the SADC officer's and their Operational Managment team [3] The matter be referred to the DPP for possible prosecution of the SADC officer's for kidnapping/unlawful imprisonment and assault. [4] SADC cover all of Mr. Alejandro Hernandez's legal fee's. Witnesses: HWY-18 Incremental Senior Constable Jackson Tarkov Evidence: HWY-18 Incremental Senior Constable Jackson Tarkov's Affidavit: https://docs.google.com/document/d/16ecxl4K2zlu2hN_F9SMp2PGlH-ceVZPU3I89pieyLH0/edit Mr. Alejandro Hernandez's Affidavit: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IpH444xWwB4sw4qLqipoKsChxjpfBQxWn7nNIsiWHhU/edit Photo of Mr. Alejandro Hernández COPS profile (the man SADC were looking for): https://ibb.co/Qmz45QK Photo of the note on Alejandro Hernández's COPS profile stating SADC uploaded the wrong mugshot: https://ibb.co/SdRWZMz Photo of Mr. Alejandro Hernandez's COPS profile (our client): https://ibb.co/j8STD9q SADC Subpoena: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OqsmpNH_eB6LdN_auPtzQ4tOH_hCwGAPpG1tuMqK6ds/edit Acknowledgement: Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties 1. I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. Y 2. I acknowledge that under section 15 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that there will be a fee associated with the court proceedings of this case, per person in each party. Y 3. I authorise the Government of San Andreas to deduct any fees set out in point 2 above from my bank account automatically. (Attach evidence of consent from additional applicants to this case). Y
  11. Contact Details - Applicant/Plaintiff First Name: Rudolph Last Name: Guillani Mobile: 795956 Discord: lynxaa#3213 Contact Details - Co-Counsel First Name: William Howard Last Name: Taft Mobile: 3296472 Discord: ace#0103 Contact Details - Senior/Supervising Counsel First Name: Mick Last Name: Hale Mobile: 212033 Discord: TheNameMitch#8290 Contact Details - Client First Name: Ashton Last Name: Oner Mobile: 669970 Discord: Shak#4032 Organisation Name (If applicable): N/A For Original Jurisdiction Defendant Name: San Andreas Police Force Defendant Organisation (If available):SAPF Respondent Discord (if known): Defendant 2 Name: Australian Federal Police Defendant 2 Organisation (If available): AFP Respondent 2 Discord (if known): Statement of Claims: [1] Mr. Ashton Oner was charged with Take/Use vehicle without consent on the 29th of June 2021. [2] Station Sergeant Dick Tate [BN:990] approached Mr. Oner at the back of MRPD and demanded he pay a sum of $20,000 to himself or he would send Mr.Oner to jail. To attempt to blackmail and extort someone is an offence under The Crimes Act 2018, Div. III, Section 16, Sub Section B. [3] An Unknown SAPF Officer (Henceforth known as Officer B) and Station Sergeant Tate continued to weigh baseless accusations against Mr. Oner claiming they "Believed" he stole their Unmarked Police Prado. Mr. Oner protested these claims and tried to explain his innocence to the officers to which they paid no heed. [4] Officer B then placed Mr. Oner in cuffs and stated he was under arrest then changing it to he is being detained for the purpose of an investigation because they "Believed" Mr. Oner had taken their police vehicle. Both the Officers failed to read Mr. Oner his rights when he was being detained a breach of The civil rights Act 2018, Section 10 subsection B. Thus rendering his detainment and anything that happened after the fact unlawful. [5] Station Sergeant Tate drew his service pistol after a brief argument with a man and after the unarmed man had punched him in the face. He proceeded to fire multiple shots at the man in a crowded area killing the man. This was in the direct vicinity of where Station Sergeant Tate had Mr. Oner detained. This put Mr. Oner's life in serious danger as he was in Sergeant Tate's custody. This shows the wanton disregard Station Sergeant Tate has for the Sanctity of Life, the safety of those in his custody, and the laws of the land. It also constitutes a serious breach of The Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act, Div. III, Section 15. [6] The officers acted extra-judicially in their capacity as members of their respective police force's when they summarily prosecuted Mr. Oner without ascertaining 10 points of prosecution a breach of the Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2018, Divison II, Section 10, Subsection F instead relying on belief and speculation thus subjecting Mr.Oner to arbitrary Arrest and detention a breach of the Civil rights Act 2018, Section 10, Subsection B. And ensuring a miscarriage of justice took place. We seek the following remedies due to the flagrant disregard these officers have exhibited towards Mr. Oners rights and the subsequent miscarriage of justice that occured: [1] All fines and charges added to Mr. Oners criminal record be immediately struck down and fines reimbursed. [2] A serious internal Affairs investigation to be conducted into both officer's conduct during the arrest with the findings reported to the presiding judge and Mr. Oners legal team for possible referral to the DPP for criminal charges to be laid. [3] SAPF/AFP pay for all of Mr. Oners legal Fee's Witnesses: Mr. Tilan Lee Evidence: Sworn Affidavit (Ashton Oner): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dYPKlA9awNp_5jYN39kC5t-pBPoqPqfK4xdSHCoY4yw/edit Sworn Affidavit (Tilan Lee): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aURp2zV0CFqW3YbvcSf2oFhm70vH4_yuzzRn2D3insg/edit Subpoena (SAPF): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AYz9c7xOpQLvnloVfmA0SrvoHUZBZKrpOP60yd5fcBA/edit Subpoena (SACS): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s__N-pYrdSDe9Y3yuqZ3fuI7j8LGl34dveM9l8WwJqQ/edit Acknowledgement: Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties 1. I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in harsh penalty if convicted. Y 2. I acknowledge that under section 15 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that there will be a fee associated with the court proceedings of this case, per person in each party. Y 3. I authorise the Government of San Andreas to deduct any fees set out in point 2 above from my bank account automatically. (Attach evidence of consent from additional applicants to this case). Y
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