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Properly Challenging Jurisdiction from The Beginning

When on the defense…Challenging jurisdiction is one of the best defenses you can make, because if you use the right argument it is almost impossible for you to lose! If they attempt to tell you that you can’t question their … Continue reading

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034 – Karl Lentz – Know What Jurisdiction Means

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Jurisdiction Of Family Court

Family Court § 115. Jurisdiction of family court. (a) The family court has exclusive original jurisdiction over (i) abuse and neglect proceedings, as set forth in article ten; (ii) support proceedings, as set forth in article four; (iii) proceedings to determine … Continue reading

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A Jurisdiction is a private set of laws

A Jurisdiction is a private set of laws / codes / statutes / rules / regulations of a private society. The common law true is the basis of all law. This is not to be mistaken with the Common Law … Continue reading

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Always Challenge Jurisdiction

Many people charged with crimes or sued subject themselves to the courts jurisdiction, when the court did not have jurisdiction prior to the people being charged or sued giving it jurisdiction. When courts are in session, the courts jurisdiction may … Continue reading

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Jurisdiction is created by an Oath

On Oaths and Jurisdiction Ancient MAXIM of Law: “In law none is credited unless he is sworn. All the facts must, when established by witnesses, be under oath or affirmation.” The police and lower court judges operate under the PRESUMPTION … Continue reading

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