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IN THE COUNTY COURT, 3
IN AND FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA 4
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STATE OF FLORIDA,
a.k.a. Dawn P. Fields
& John P. Carvalho
PLAINTIFF,

v.

Darren Neese,
a private person
DEFENDANT
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CASE: 2013 114783 TRDL

CITATION: A0UH61E






_______________________________/ 7
NOTICE OF APPEAL 8
COMES NOW, Darren Neese, sui juris, A PRIVATE PERSON, the 9
actual injured and aggrieved party in this controversy, serving 10
a notice of appeal to this county traffic court once the final 11
judgment of guilty is decreed. 12
It is clear to the Defendant that this traffic court is 13
not an actual court of law, but in fact a court in the nature of 14




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kangaroos
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. The defendant is now certain it does not matter what 1
laws or rights he asserts, he will not be granted any fairness 2
guaranteed by our tradition of Truth, Justice, and the American 3
way, but instead will only be led along in only the pretense of 4
process and in reality, only his time and resources are wasted 5
as a consequence or punishment of fighting the system or simply 6
exercising his rights. 7
Even before another hearing or trial proceeds, the Defendant 8
has more than enough grounds to not only construct a compelling 9
appellate brief, but for criminal complaints, Judicial 10
Qualifications Commission complaints, and also grounds for a 11
federal law suit for personal injury and punitive damages
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In previous pleadings, Defendant has already stated many of 13
the reasons to take such actions; this lower court has previously 14
been put on notice. Defendant has proof of this despite the court 15
misplacing and losing such documents. Willful action or ignorance 16
of the law is no excuse, especially after I spelled it out on 17
the record orally and in writing. 18





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kangaroo court n. 1) a mock court set up without legal basis, such as a
fraternity, sports team or army squad might set up to punish minor violations of organizational
decorum. 2) slang for a court of law in which the violations of procedure, precedents, and due
process are so gross that fundamental justice is denied. It usually means that the judge is
incompetent or obviously biased. (See: star chamber proceedings) - http://legal-
dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/kangaroo+court

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Florida Constitution SECTION 21. Access to courts. The courts shall be open to
every person for redress of any injury, and justice shall be administered without sale, denial
or delay.




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A government that creates laws that it then enforces when 1
no actual wrong has been committed against another human being, 2
sets its own role to be a creator, collector, and enforcer of 3
debts from the people who are its masters
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. Such action is 4
repugnant to the federal and state Constitution which serve as 5
the charter, give power, and define the role of such a 6
government. The state derives its power from the people, not 7
vice versa. 8
WHEREFORE, let this notice serve to the court plain and 9
deliberate notice of an appeal to an adverse judgment against 10
the Defendant in what has been denoted as a civil cause. This 11
court is out of line and the Defendant will address his 12
grievances in higher forums that this court must respect and 13
adhere to. 14
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Florida Constitution, SECTION 1. Political power. All political power is
inherent in the people. The enunciation herein of certain rights shall not be construed to deny
or impair others retained by the people.




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Darren Neese Date 3
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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE! Change of 5
Address: 6
Darren Neese 7
1702 N. Woodland Blvd. 8
Suite #116-127 9
Deland, Florida 32720-1838 10
darren@neese.name 11
901-552-7245 12
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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE 15
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I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing 17
has been or will be furnished by hand delivery in court today, 18
March 19
th
, 2014, to the clerk of court and the Plaintiffs that 19
appear in court today. 20
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Darren Neese Date 24
1702 N. Woodland Blvd. 25
Suite #116-127 26
Deland, Florida 32720-1838 27
darren@neese.name 28
901-552-7245 29