AL'JIHAD : MESSENGERS (Angels & Devil) IN THE SKY (Captured Picture) AL'JIHAD Seventh Edition - Coker College copy - Page 611

7. The statute of limitation started February 25, 20012 after every element of the Defendant crimes had occurred; with the PLAINTIFF FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT continue to practice criminal activities in investigation of Copyright Infringement of AL’JAAUCOA-O Website Logo and Text in using its contents to profit off the Legal Professional Business as Lawyers. And Plaintiff FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT continuous opposition to Local, State, Federal, and International Laws in malice, contempt, perjury, and non- credibility of court in the FAIRFAX COUNTY GENERAL DISTRICT COURT – TRAFFIC in FAIRFAX, VIRGININA. 8. Your "Miranda Rights" are named after the U.S. Supreme Court case, Miranda v Arizona, 384 US 436 (1966). a) When Will The Police Read Me My Miranda Rights? b) The police must advise suspects of their "Miranda Rights" - their right to remain silent, their right to an attorney, and the right to an appointed attorney if they are unable to afford counsel - prior to conducting a custodial interrogation. If a suspect is not in police custody (i.e., "under arrest"), the police do not have to warn him of his rights. c) The police are very aware of when they have to read suspects their "Miranda Rights." The police will frequently question a suspect, specifically telling the suspect, "You are not under arrest, and are free to go. However, we would like you to answer some questions." After the suspect voluntarily answers questions, and sometimes if he refuses, he is arrested. The questioning, being voluntary and non- custodial, is usually admissible. After arrest, the police may have no interest in further questioning, and thus may not ever read the suspect his "Miranda Rights." d) If The Police Don't Read Me My Rights, Can They Still Use My Statement? e) Sometimes, a suspect will make voluntary statements after he is arrested. The police do not have to warn suspects not to make voluntary statements, as long as they do not deliberately try to elicit those statements through statements or conduct. Sometimes, suspects will express their surprise at being caught by the police, with statements to the effect of, "You got me." At other times, suspects will try to justify their actions to the police after they are arrested, with statements such as, "I don't know why I did it," or, "The drugs weren't mine - I was carrying them for a friend." Those statements, if made spontaneously by a suspect, will almost always be admissible in court. Additionally, if a statement leads to the discovery of other evidence, even if the statement itself was taken in violation of the Miranda ruling the police may be able to use that evidence. 9. Defendant (Pro Se) Imam Mahdi is now informing all parties that this CLASS 1 MISDEMEANOR Offense Tracking Number: 059GM1200012233 has violated many of the Civil and Human Rights national and international laws. 10. Therefore, Defendant – Imam Mahdi pray that the FAIRFAX COUNTY GENERAL DISTRICT COURT – TRAFFIC in FAIRFAX, VIRGININA rule in Defendant - Imam Mahdi favor to dismiss all charges and sponge record for like of evidence. As a result to the above laws, Defendant Imam Mah