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Moorish-identification is the expression of the Moor's right to self-determination.

In 2014 the Law Division [Civil Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey) ruled in El Mujaddid v. Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office, City of Vineland et. al., Superior Court of New Jersey Law Division CAM-L4514-13:

Here, assuming for the purpose of this motion, that the search warrant was constitutionally defective and that his Moorish identification documents were not per se contraband, the plaintiff may be entitled to an order requiring the return of his illegally seized items if in fact he has not recieved these items back from the prosecutor’s office.” Citing El Mujaddid v. Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office, City of Vineland et. al., Superior Court of New Jersey Law Division CAM-L4514-13. 

El argues that the Seizure of His Papers and Property not only violated the Fourth Amendment but also burdened his exercise of religion in violation of the First Amendment“. See United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit No. 13-3637 Aemer K. C. El [now El Aemer El Mujaddid], Appearing Jus in Rem Propria Persona Sui Juris, Appellant v. Lynn A. Wehling, et. al.,

Check out the related Probable Cause findings under New Jersey Statutes – Title 2C The New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice – 2C:20-3 Theft by unlawful taking or disposition  by the Municipal Court of New Jersey.

Check out the related Probable Cause findings under New Jersey Statutes – Title 2C The New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice – 2C:20-4 Theft by Deception by the Municipal Court of New Jersey. 

Check out the related Probable Cause findings under New Jersey Statutes – Title 2C The New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice – 2C:20-6 Theft of property lost, mislaid, or delivered by mistake by the Municipal Court of New Jersey.

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