Comment: Common Law (aka Court of Record)

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Common Law (aka Court of Record)

If you are truly serious you must use Common Law (CL) proceedings called Court of Record. Otherwise, you are servant to the judge and the statutes he is required to push upon you.

CL is what our founder studied and put forward in the constitution. Read Frederic Bastiat's The Law to comprehend better but understand that legislatures create statutues, which they call laws, on behalf of the special interests. CL is the will of the tribunal which is the plaintiff or a jury called upon by the defense. The judge is only a magistrate or an administrator of the proceedings, he does not judge.

If however you plead "guilty", "not guilty", or no contest in an arraignment you fall automatically under the judge's jurisdiction. The judge and DA will have there way with you.

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