Local Legal Efforts

Smaller individual and local actions are pending in Northwest Washington and Washington State. Here is a recap of these efforts and resources to aid you, should you decide these efforts are appropriate to your situation.

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Administrative Hearing

Often the most frequently overlooked remedy. Administrative relief is an appropriate approach when administrative procedure has been violated. Any state bureaucracy identified as an agency is subject to the Administrative Procedures Act. Most states have hundreds of agencies which are bound by these procedures. Many overstep their authority in public policy.

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Case pending in Jefferson County WA to challenge the applicability of vaccine and mask mandates on private citizens. 

Legal Affidavit 

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Filed directly to the courts, an affidavit outlines alleged infractions and provides a preliminary argument for a case against specified individuals.

Ongoing efforts are underway for a unified effort in several states across the country. WA State counties have individual leadership teams. Due to activity in process, we are unable to comment further. Workshops are offered in certain local communities. If you are interested in participating, please see our Contact Page.

Tort Claim / Personal Injury

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Personal injury law, also known as tort law, is designed to protect you if you or your property is injured or harmed because of someone else's act or failure to act. In a successful tort action, the one who caused the injury or harm compensates the one who suffered the losses.

There are no known current efforts to take this action in our local court system, although in theory, the application of tort suits seems viable under these circumstances. For example if you have a financial loss due to intentional wrongs or liability, there may be cause for a financial compensation claim. Many have experienced losses due to likely  unconstitutional regulations. If thes losses are due to intentional negligence, this may be one way to recover those losses.

American Bar Association describes Personal Injury and Tort law.

Washington State instructions to file a Standard Tort Form

Criminal Complaint

Current actions

A “criminal complaint” is a self-contained charge that sets forth the sufficient facts that, with reasonable inferences, allow a person to reasonably conclude that a crime was probably committed and that the suspect, defendant, is likely culpable.

A criminal complaint was filed against the Clallam and Jefferson County WA health director, staff, and County Commissioners. It outlines the related unconstitutional mandates and harm, with damage claims and relief.  Summaries by news media are derogatory and incomplete:

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If you are interested in participating in this complaint, see our contact page.

Injunction

Current actions

An injunction is a court order requiring a person to do or cease doing a specific action.

Local restaurants in Clallam County WA file an injunction to stop health department order requiring proof of vaccination to enjoy indoor dining.

Settlement Reached in Clallam Restaurants Injunction

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