Comment: The Citizen MUST ask the court a few things.......

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The Citizen MUST ask the court a few things.......

When a Citizen is charged with an alleged crime / infraction and enters into the courtroom to face the judge, he must first state he is here by 'special appearance' (or perhaps duress, and everything he says is undress....if he so speaks). The Citizen MUST always remain silent OR, MUST state 'Special Appearance'. NEVER GIVE YOUR NAME. This is the first step in denying they have jurisdiction.

The Citizen needs to make sure the judge states on the record that the Court recognizes the Citizen is here by 'Special Appearance' and not 'general appearance'. WAIT - for the judge to answer.

When the 'charges' are read or the judge asks any question(s), the Citizen must 'politely' inform the court he is slightly confused and needs clarification from the court before he can provide a proper answer.

The Citizen must ask the court to determine if the U.S. Constitution is the law of the land in this courtroom. WAIT for the judge to answer.

Once the Court says, "yes". The Citizen needs to ask if the alleged charges against him fall into the category of Admiralty Law - the law of the sea? WAIT for the judge to answer. The court will probably say 'no'. lol

Then the Citizen needs to ask if the alleged charges are not under Admiralty law, are the alleged charges under Equity or some type of contact law? WAIT for the judge to say 'no'. Obviously if the judge says 'yes', they need to produce the contract.

Then the Citizen needs to ask the judge since the alleged charges are not under Admiralty Law nor Equity Law, the only other law listed in the U.S. Constitution is Common Law. So, then are the alleged charges under Common Law? WAIT - WAIT - WAIT for the judge to answer 'yes' or 'no', if he/she hasn't already dismissed the case.

You've just boxed the judge into a corner. For if the judge says 'yes' (lol lol lol) the Citizen must inform the judge that in Common Law there MUST be an injured human being. The Citizen MUST ask the Court, who here was injured? WAIT for the judge to answer. If the judge refuses to answer within a few moments or starts talking about another subject matter, the Citizen MUST inform the Court that "let the record show that nobody here today was injured, thus the court has no jurisdiction, and thus 'my business is finished here today" - and walk out of the courtroom and building. If in handcuffs, the Citizen MUST demand to be released for the prosecution has not proven the Court has jurisdiction.

This is a much better approach then rattling off Patriot jargon. Not that I believe Patriot jargon is inaccurate at its core. Quite the contrary If's just when anyone starts the Patriot jargon, so many public school educated people are so far removed from knowing their own Rights, that determining which category of Law you've broken comes across as more logical to the general public then speaking about sovereign Citizen tactics.

May peace always be your journey