Does ‘STYLE’ Matter ?

What is the difference between these 2 ‘STYLES

U.S. District Court

Eastern District of TEXAS (Sherman)

#0 - Civil Docket

and

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS

SHERMAN DIVISION

#1 - Complaint

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Why do you suppose the prosecutor ‘styled‘ his file[ing] different from the original neutral ‘style’ issue[d] from the Court?

Could it be to establish the “extent or range of administrative power” “IN THE” U.S. District Court[house] over the nice man?

When a man answers before the Court by way of Notice, is he not to do so in his own Style to secure proper jurisdiction? 

(the Jurisdiction proper to that man)

1 thought on “Does ‘STYLE’ Matter ?”

  1. dale freddob4 said:

    Doesn’t the capital letters ‘charge’ the registered name, which has been ‘created’ by the birth certificate, or in the case of a business like the ‘united states’ etc being registered in the area control of the corporation. Therefore the trustee of the capital letter name be the one being asked to pay the ‘charge’? The lawyer knows this that is why he has stylised it so. He is just tricking the man into being liable.

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