We recently received this email:
I am accused of a dwi4. I was stupid and did not know my rights and pled out of the first three. I received my fourth one just because of my record.
By Olivia Lennox
Bradley Jardis and Tommy Mozingo showed up at the Plymouth State University campus as promised, but were unarmed. In the days leading up to the event, the story got more complex.
Bradley Jardis, a New Hampshire activist, is planning a courageous act of civil disobedience at Plymouth State University on Friday, 9-Dec-2011. He has done meticulous research to show that a ban on guns and knives on campus is not only unconstitutional, but also violates the New Hampshire statutes.
New Hampshire activist Bradley Jardis is planning an act of civil disobedience at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire. The event is planned for 9am on Friday, 9-Dec, and is a protest of the University's ban on weapons on campus. Jardis issued a press release that states the appropriate New Hampshire law, and shows how Plymouth State University officials blatantly violated New Hampshire State statues with their ban on weapons.
Jardis is planning an event on the campus on Friday, 9-Dec-2012, where he and a friend will be carrying rifles on campus in violation of the rule and talking to students about the law and how their school is breaking it.
The Civil Disobedience Evolution Fund is an educational charity devoted to "helping the good people who disobey bad laws". Jason Talley, the current Director, is stepping down to focus on creating content and covering the New Hampshire activist community.
According to MegMcLain.com:
The State Vs Sovereign Curtis is over. Curtis has decided to take a plea deal in his case, and explains below his painful decision. I put the facetious newspaper article in this post with Curtis’s permission.
On behalf of the Civil Disobedience Evolution Fund, I’d like to thank Curtis for bringing his case this far. I know some people will be disappointed that he did not take this all the way to a jury trial, but I think that he raised a great deal of awareness of the topic of unjust laws and jury nullification.