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[HABEAS CORPUS] Logan Garcia v. San Andreas State Police

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS


 

Civil Petition

Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos

 

Logan Garcia

 

Versus

 

San Andreas State Police

 

Subpart 1. Accusation.

 

In the matter of this civil petition, Logan Garcia on the December 30th, 2018, accuses the San Andreas State Police of:

  • Unlawful Imprisonment.

 

Subpart 2. Demands.

 

The plaintiff, Logan Garcia demands the following:

  • Immediate release from custody.
  • Immediate presentation of all relevant documents & probable cause of Logan Garcia's arrest.

 

Subpart 3. Narrative.

 

On the 29th of December, 2018. Logan Garcia was stopped in his Ford Shelby F-150 during his way back to a Christmas Dinner after having forgot to bring some items. Logan Garcia was pulled over by a State Trooper and upon doing so, he informed the Trooper that he is in possession of legal firearms, who shortly proceeded to communicate in a very arrogant manner with Garcia. The Trooper asked Garcia whether he knew why he was pulled over, who shortly began accusing of street racing, then asked him to hand him over his firearms and step out of the vehicle. Logan was put into cuffs and was told he's under arrest for Street Racing, while the other vehicle in the back was attended by another Trooper. Shortly after, Logan was told that he'd be charged with two more charges in addition to the original Felony Street Competition, which are Felony Public Endangerment and Being Armed with a Firearm during the commission of a felony.

 

Logan Garcia is still awaiting his trial while he sits in the San Andreas Detention Center, and is seeking action against the unlawful arrest that was made against him under the writ of Habeas Corpus.

 

Subpart 4. Ancillary Information.

 

Defendant Legal Representation: X

Plaintiff Legal Representation: Iveanna Lawrence

Contact Information: 

Presiding Judge: X

 

Subpart 7. Declaration.

I, Iveanna Lawrence, affirm that the foregoing is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

 

(( @ThatGuy @bartman @Zebulon @Unitts @Ramsis ))

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*Joseph Bonner enters the courtroom, taking a seat in the gallery.*

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* Alice Grace enters the courtroom as she makes her way to the gallery, having a seat. *

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* Nick Reagan enters the courtroom, wearing one of his nice suits, taking a look around the courtroom before taking a seat. *

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** Iveanna Lawrence strolls into the courtroom alongside Logan Garcia who'd be escorted by police officers, thereafter making their way towards the plaintiff's desk. **

 

"Plaintiff is present, your honor."

 

** Iveanna Lawrence additionally hands in a subpoena to the bailiff, who'd then hand it over to Katherine. **

 

 

Spoiler

 

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS

 

 


 

Subpoena Duces Tectum

ORDER TO ATTEND COURT OR PROVIDE DOCUMENTS

 

Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos

 

Subpart 1. Summary.

 

Dear San Andreas State Police,

 

This is a formal notification of request to attend, provide information to, or perform actions pertaining to an ongoing criminal or civil investigation. You are asked to perform the items checked below in an expedient and effective manner.

 

☑☒ - Attend the hearing.

 - Attend the hearing and bring all items checked in below.

☑☒ - Provide a copy of these items to court.

 

Subpart 2. Listed Items.

 

Item 1.

All relevant documents pertaining the arrest of Logan Garcia on the 29th of December, 2018.

 

Item 2.

Full bodycam & dashcam footage of the incident.

 

Subpart 3. Magistrate Signature.

(( Fill this in when a judge signs off on the subpoena with the judge's name before you send it to the recipient. ))

 

You are asked to complete this request within seventy-two (72) hours. Please be reminded, failure to properly respond to subpoena will result in being held in contempt of court.

 

(( @ThatGuy @Zebulon ))

 

 

 
 

 

(( @ThatGuy @Zebulon @Ramsis ))

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"Your Honor, 

 

The Defense has prepared the following documents for court review:

 

*Steven hands off a copy of the criminal arraignment to the Bailiff who would present it to Vanderbilt.*

Spoiler

 

 

As you can see Your Honor, State Troopers, conducting the arrest, maintained probable cause of multiple arrest-able offenses under the San Andreas Penal Code, including Felony Street Competition, and other related traffic crimes.

 

Your Honor, the District Attorney's Office feels that sufficient evidence exists to validate the arrest's made, and continued custody of the Plaintiff as lawful, and motions this writ to be dismissed on grounds these grounds."

 

(( @JameZ @Ramsis @ThatGuy ))

Edited by Zebulon

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"Objection, your honor.

 

The given item as to what the prosecution proclaims "dashcam footage" is merely a photo which shows us nothing but another vehicle which doesn't even belong to Mr. Garcia driving over the speed limit. How does this establish probable cause for what the prosecution is allegating as "street racing"? Sure, there's cause here to cite Mr. Garcia for speeding, but nonetheless speeding is not the same as racing, nor the same as public endangerment, this is extremely ridiculous."

 

(( @ThatGuy @Zebulon @Ramsis ))

Edited by JameZ

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"Your Honor,

 

Is the Plaintiff's attorney aware that this is not the place to stake a Defense, nor a place to attempt to dismiss evidence in a criminal arraignment?"

 

(( @ThatGuy @JameZ ))

Edited by Zebulon

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** Iveanna Lawrence perks an eyebrow as Steven Spade replies to her objection, looking at him with a rather confused look. **

 

"Your honor,

 

Is the prosecution aware that they have just made a motion to dismiss based on that same evidence that they've just provided? The given evidence proves no probable cause of the current allegations against Mr. Garcia, and henceforth would like your honor to deny the prosecution's motion to dismiss."

 

(( @ThatGuy @Zebulon ))

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"The probable cause in this case is evident as night and day Your Honor. It should not be the duty of the District Attorney's Office to explain basic legal principles to attorneys in a courtroom."

 

(( @ThatGuy @JameZ ))

Edited by Zebulon

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"The mere officer affidavit is enough to show probable cause, let alone all of the other evidence provided on the complaint. A motion to dismiss on a habeaus corpus case is very misguided and I would suggest such motions be made on the case itself. This is to determine whether or not your client's detainment is lawful and given the clear probable cause, it is ruled valid. This is dismissed."

 

(( @JameZ @Zebulon ))

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