Another suspicious search warrant layers on “County of” and “State of” because they only have jurisdiction over municipal corporate entities

Found another odd warrant that first lists a location with the two-letter federal state “CA”, then, though it seems unnecessary, adds in “County of …” and “State of …”.

search warrant

They do this because they are asserting jurisdiction over the corporate areas. One would think that the two-letter entity would suffice, but they add in the rest.

Simply at first glance it does not make sense that they need to add ‘County of ” and “State of “. Seems redundant, until it’s viewed under the condition that they want this to be under civil commercial law.

The search warrant is technically for a file folder somewhere. Actually it’s a series of folders. Here’s the file path:

JOSHUA TREE JUDICIAL DISTRICT > JOSHUA TREE DIVISON > STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO > CA > 92556

Here’s a photo of STATE OF CALIFORNIA:

Photo of file folder

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