One point i dont see brought up a lot, if ever, is the definition/meaning of the "state" as it pertains to the prosecution of the case.
Penhallow 1795 tells us that the state is ALL the members making up the body, so if the state is 10,000 members and 9,999 of them are gathered in one spot, then the state is not gathered because it is missing a member.
So if i have two buddies in traffic court, and being members like i am, the fact of them not want to prosecute me should be enough to demand the court identify who exactly is prosecuting me since it would be impossible for "the state" to do so if some members were against it.
Now this might not get your case dismissed, but this is exactly the kind of questions we need to bring forward when we are going to court.
If anyone does use this and records it please let me know, i would love to know what they say about it.