Bro Bono Appeal Example
The ENTRY OF DISMISSAL made by insert name based on Insert name’s alleged failure to pay the fining and docketing fees to the district courts, or alternatively, file a motion to proceed in forma pauperis in the district court within the time fixed by the rule is moot.
The fact that all debt belongs to the united States of America and supported by the united States Constitution Article 1 Section 10, stating that “no state shall…make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts”. Thus, according to the Constitution, and the fact that a fee and debt are the same, no one can be asked to pay any fees or debts in united States dollars unless, they agree. As the USD or Federal Reserve Note is not backed by gold or silver coin in accordance with the Constitution Article 1 Section 8 in as well as the united States Codes, Title 12 subsection 411, where it is stated that ‘the obligation of said notes belong to the united States’. Since the united States Dollar aka: USD/usd, aka: Federal Reserve Note/frn, aka: fiat, aka: commercial paper, is not backed by anything of value, the Supreme Justice in united States Supreme Court case: Don E. Williams Company vs. the IRS Commissioner, Number: 75-1312, argued December 28, 1976, and decided February 22, 1977, stated that ‘a promissory note cannot be properly equated with a check since a note, even when payable on demand and fully secured, is still only a promise to pay’. If you can provide case law contrary to these facts of law, then it becomes obvious that a fee cannot be paid with a promise to pay.