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3 ways courts trick people into accepting liability

3 ways courts trick people into accepting liability So how do people respond to this knowledge? Well for one thing, I remind everyone that anyone who claims that magic pieces of paper can save you, is only going to make … Continue reading

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THE 12 PRESUMPTIONS OF LAW At The Pseudo Administrative Tribunals Falsely Called Courts

THE 12 PRESUMPTIONS OF LAW At The Pseudo Administrative Tribunals Falsely Called Courts As a presumption, is a presumption on which must be agreed by the parties, to be true. THEN and EQUALLY If one party challenges the presumption to … Continue reading

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The Sovereign Citizen Phenomena: Why the pirates and bankers fear the restoration of rule of law, justice and due process

Before we start, I would like to ask you a question: Have you heard the term Sovereign Citizen recently? Chances are if you are watching a network TV news channel or reading a network owned newspaper or web site then … Continue reading

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Courts & Arguments

INTRODUCTION We have a problem and we are here to analyze that problem. Why do the courts refuse to admit certain arguments and cites of the United States Constitution? And further, find some in contempt of court if they persist … Continue reading

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How do Common Law and Statutory Courts differ?

Common law courts differ from statutory courts in 4 major ways; Judgments issued by an actual Article 7 jury of a common law court are final, whereas the opinions and decisions of a statutory court are appealable. You should only … Continue reading

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Defending Yourself in Unlawful Courts

Preparation You have to understand the situation. You have to understand it intimately. You have to be it. Every fibre in your body and soul. If you do that, I believe you can take on the world. And there is … Continue reading

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Why Almost All Courts In Western-Roman Systems Controlled By The Legal Pirates Are Admiralty

If something “looks like a duck”, “walks like a duck”, “quacks like a duck”, is it a duck?  This analogy summarizes the enormous frustration associated with “Admiralty Law” for many over the years. When one is accused and brought to … Continue reading

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