Somehow a 17 year old arrest warrant was recently reissued against an Elder and Disabled rights attorney when his case to force the courts to make reasonable accommodations to the Disableds in foreclosures (appoint attorneys, GAL’s, etc. for assistance), is now up at the 7th circuit.
Perhaps he also made the mistake of publishing the truth and pictures of certain judges in state court, as Ken and I have done.
Regardless, someone sent me the law on Indiana arrest warrants and that they expire and are supposed to be returned to the Clerk of Court in 180 days. The warrant can be reissued, but what judge in their right mind would do this when the Statute of Limitations on a broken license plate and possession of MJ is far less than 17 years.
Who set this up? Of course, it could be a mistake, but now Tim’s entire arrest is illegal, unconstitutional and an Abuse of Power, so for sure he will be back to the ND of Indiana Court on a 42 USC 1983 and 18 USC 242 for deprivation of rights under color of law.
I have no idea how the State of Indiana can seize someone who is an incompetent and not just turn them over to the care of his or her Guardian. They are legally a non person now, just like your cat or dog, and if a cat or dog gets lost, the police keep them safely until doggie mom or dad can pick them up.
Tim’s guardian should have been contacted immediately, and when he didn’t respond, an emergency petition should have been filed for a temporary guardian to release him to the custody of. I don’t understand how he can be charged with anything. He is no longer legally a person.