Introduction Thanks To UCADIA
The reason a person may be before a court are wide and varied – from civil to criminal, from minor alleged offences such as traffic and not paying fines to major alleged offences such as murder and fraud. In fact, modern court systems are so widespread and cover so many issues that even if you have never been to court yourself, chances are you know at least one person who has experienced “justice” through the courts.
Whether or not you have gone through the experience of wanting or having to go to court, or someone in your family or friends, there is one almost unanimous agreement by all who have witnessed firsthand the function of a modern court – it is a mysterious, unnatural and often intimidating experience, often ending in sadness, bitterness and regret.
Ordinary people who have never been inside an operating court room are not the only ones who can find the surrounding and process intimidating. Even if a court room is modern by design, it can still be an intimidating place even for members of the Bar Societies and Bar Associations. So how might one succeed in a case before such a place as a Court when even professionals sometimes are intimidated and unsure?
Culpability and restoring the law
It is a foundation principle of Ucadian law that whenever a controversy concerning the law is raised, the issue must be recognized by the Ucadian Courts for resolution, regardless of whether a non-Ucadian society claims higher jurisdiction to hear the matter or not.
At this moment, the issue is not a question of a valid controversy and indeed if culpability exists or not, but the fact that an accusation has been made and therefore a controversy must be resolved in honor of the law.
In the normal course of events, the Ucadian courts shall seek to have such matters of controversy transferred to a Ucadia venue for hearing, thus allowing Roman Courts the honor of ensuring all controversies brought to it are heard and resolved.
However, it is not always possible that a Roman Court will agree to a change of venue and may insist on the matter being resolved according to Roman law, not Ucadian law. This is the purpose of these pages, to provide some background to the occult and strange world of Roman Court Procedures that bears little resemblance to justice and law.
Succeeding at Court
No one can guarantee anyone that they can win a case within a Roman Court without lying. There are simply too many variables to each case to make such impossible claims. The greatest uncertainty is whether the judge, or tribunal of judges or magistrates choose to follow their own laws and procedures or not. Sadly, because the competency of judiciary officials continues to fall while political and special interest pressures continue to rise, the court system in most countries has become less reliable in predicting outcomes that conform to any kind of law other than blatant corruption, cronyism and sheer incompetence.
Nor should anyone ever pretend to be offering legal advice concerning Roman Western Law unless they are a member of one of the guilds that unlawfully monopolize access and operation of national, regional and community law throughout the world. The Bar Guilds have demonstrated a ruthlessness against anyone daring to question their legal competence for centuries and in most locations have introduced many draconian statutes akin to the heresy laws of the Middle Ages that forbid ordinary people discussing, sharing and learning about the law unless they are obedient members of a Bar Guild.
Yet succeeding at a Roman court has little to do with any kind of specific advice relating to a personal case before a court. Instead, success relates to knowing who and what you are?, the philosophy of how to conduct yourself in court and remain in honor and the power you always possess through free will and withdrawing or granting your consent.
Success comes down to the realization that there are no “magic bullet” documents and that when faced with a system of “courts” controlled by a private guild, occupied by private guild members that remedy may not be possible in the first instance, or even under appeal – but that if you remain steadfast in maintaining honor, knowledgeable of who and what you are- then even the Guilds cannot prevail against the law they usurp and claim to control.
This is the purpose of these pages. To help any and all who are facing imminent court cases and concerns to learn more about the history of the courts, what makes them tick? the origins of the Bar Guilds, the importance and function of honor and behaviour.
No one can guarantee success, only remedy “gurus” and other forms of disinformation agents. Nor is any of the information contained specific legal advice. Instead, it is hoped that the information contained within these pages will help you and anyone you refer to these pages to understand your own way of navigating through the maze of tricks, lies and procedures of the Bar.