Lol, nobody listens to me.
Im probably not your best reference.
The method does work, ive used it.
The court of criminal appeals rejected my interlocutory on 'insufficient notice', which was bs, or id have a ruling from them.
If there is a next time i will get notice acknowledged in the record and follow up in writing to prevent that.
I noticed after filing that appeal and being rejected is when the 'just sign and walk out' offer was put on the table.
The cca didnt want my issue in their record.
There is no question that the state hasnt met their burden to prove every element of the charge, but lawyers are slippery bastards, if they can misdirect and obfuscate, they will, they dont care if their win is legit, or not.
Call them on the record not indicating any evidence supporting their claim that there is jurisdiction, its a free pass to them if you dont.