I'm in a court case and I've been doing a bunch of research which has lead me to this website. I originally planned on making a Motion to Suppress Evidence but now I see that would cause more harm than good. I was pulled over for 15 over the speed limit, I asked the officer if there was any injured party, and tried explaining that I was not driving. He asked for my drivers license 3 times then ripped open my door and told me that I was under arrest for "Obstructing Governmental Administration in the Second Degree". There's case law that states you cannot make a right into a crime which from my understand is what he did. This then lead to my car getting searched or what they called "inventory", I did not consent, they found illegal substances, and I had a suspended driver's license. After the night in jail when I went to the judge I attempted to challenge jurisdiction, and asked if this was an admiralty court or if it was a common law court. She said it was a criminal court. I said the yellow banner flags signifies that this is an admiralty court and I do not agree to enter into a plea. She made it seem like she didn't enter me into a plea but gave me a court date to come back and told me to get a lawyer. When I went back I attempted to challenge jurisdiction with a bunch more case law and she told me that she entered me into a plea on my behalf and said that I should file a motion for next court case. I was going to make a motion to suppress because it was an unlawful stop and seizure and you cannot convert a right into a crime, but I want to be able to make a special appearance when I go to court. Does anyone have any guidance they can give me? I also found "Marc Stevens Style Motion to Strike/Dismiss" which would see to help out alot. But again it is a motion, so would I just be able to change it from a motion to a affidavit?