Monthly Archive: September 2014

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Common Law and Dr. Kevorkian?

Jury Acquits Kevorkian in Common-Law Case JACK LESSENBERRY – Published: May 15, 1996 Dr. Jack Kevorkian today was found not guilty of violating Michigan common law against assisted suicide, closing two cases that his lawyers...

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How you lose just giving your name

When you give a name in court, the way they ask you to, you lose already. In equity courts, it is all about who is the liable party to pay the charge (criminal or...

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Amendment 7 Is the Key

Just like the Key Master in the Matrix was the Key to accessing things, so is Amendment VII – common law DOES exist in federal and state courts when YOU “preserve” that right, but...

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What is a contract and why it matters in your case

Excerpt from LawHandbook.org     Full article details 1. Offer and acceptance  A contract is formed when an offer by one party is accepted by the other party.  An offer must be distinguished from mere...

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Summary of Our Program

This is the basis for what we talk about here at www.youarelaw.org Your freedom and use of the republic comes to you when YOU invoke Common Law as a man (or woman), and stick to...

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Courts Are Moving in Right Direction to Prove a Claim

I received this article today.  Good news, but never forget, YOU must still assert a right, and see it through. The state court system announced new rules Tuesday to stop debt collection agencies from...

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Understanding Jurisiction

From Anonymous In all of history there has been but one successful protest against an income tax.  It is little understood in that light, primarily because the remnants of protest groups still exist, but no...

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Maxims of Law Still Matter

The standing rules of Common Law A party may not always have a right to a claim. A party always has a right to a counter claim. A counter claim in Admiralty must be...

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Void Judgments and Jurisdiction

Ways you can get a past judgment declared VOID or even win a current case based on simple jurisdiction. CASE CITES BY TOPIC: VOID JUDGMENT *Elliot v. Piersol, 1 Pet. 328, 340, 26 U.S. 328,...

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People or Citizen – which are you?

PEOPLE or CITIZEN – WHICH ONE ARE YOU?        PEOPLE  – The Preamble does not specifically define the word “People.” Nevertheless, the definition becomes apparent in the context of the other words and prior history. HISTORY...

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Equity & Trusts vs Common Law

We are always open to discussion as long as it doesn’t go down an endless rabbit hole.  Many solutions are relatively simple and should remain simple so as to make it manageable.  The concept...

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Do words and punctuation matter?

  i, a man wish, order and require immediate restoration of [my] property.     Other words i like are redress and posthaste   I (pron.)  12c. shortening of Old English ic, first person singular nominative pronoun, from Proto-Germanic *ekan (cognates:...

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Why you want to be an idiot!

Do you really comprehend or understand all those statues and codes? The best way to proceed is to not try and compete on the eny’s playing field, with only your defensive football team (and...

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Why Plaintiff Must Appear

Acts 25:16 – To whom I answered, It is not the manner of the Romans to deliver any man to die, before that he which is accused have the accusers face to face, and have licence to...

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Why is NOTICE so important?

What notice is essential prior to making your claim? To build evidence and show your good faith effort to settle a matter out of court, you should first write a few letters to establish your matter...

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Important words to learn

Require: to demand as of Right and by Authority. Wish: Only a man can wish. (i.e. your wish is my command), so WISH the magistrate to do things.  He must fulfill the wish of...

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Why does one use “at court” vs “in court”?

“At” court means to be at the location of a case within courthouse “In” court indicates you are embedded “within” the court. An attorney can only be at common law, while a man can...

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Consequences of failing to properly move a claim?

What are the consequences if one fails to properly move a claim? The consequences will be far less than trying the dangerous “statutory world methods”, guaranteed.  The worst case scenario is you lose and...

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How to get up to speed in using common law? Resources

What is the best way to get up to speed on common law and how long will it take?   Common law living is a full time way of life.  It is a real...

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Why not use an attorney?

If i don’t understand legalese nor the rules of procedure, why shouldn’t i use an attorney?  An attorney has no first-hand knowledge of your claim and can therefore only file a complaint on your behalf. The...

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How much language does one need to learn?

How much language must a man know in order to handle his affairs in common law? A) Common Law Defense: Evoking a common law defense is simple. A man must believe – if no one stands...

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Is there a difference between pro se and a man?

What is the difference between going pro se and acting as a ‘man’?   The status of “man”, created in the image of the almighty creator of the universe is the highest status a...

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How does invoking common law change the court

When a man evokes common law, he sheds his “personage” and stands as a man before the almighty self existing creator of the universe. In common law, [a] man can no longer be judged...

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Is filing a claim the only way to access common law?

Is filing a claim the only way to access common law? In simple terms, No.  Common law may be evoked at any time, in any case.  However your position is stronger when operating under...

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Key elements of a common law claim

A claim is always a stand alone action and always begins with the filing of a new case.  It is never a counter claim or a cross-claim. Once created with its own case number,...

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Why don’t more people use common law?

If a small percentage of people were skilled in common law, and practiced it regularly, what difference would it make locally, statewide, and across the 50 union states?  It would be huge, and would likely bring...

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What is a Court of Record?

What is a ‘court of record’?   from 1215.org as well A ‘court of record; 1) generally has a seal 2) has power to fine or imprison for contempt 3) keeps a permanent record of the...

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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...

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Common Law vs Statutory Law?

How does Common Law differ from Statutory Law? Statutory law is a formal body of the legal system consisting of written legislation which mainly creates rules and regulations either mandating or prohibiting certain behaviors for...

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What is Common Law?

What is common law?  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_law Common law is a body of law which is based on the customary principles, ethics and morals held by a particular group of people in an area such as...

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Person or Man

What is the difference between a person and a man? A man is created in the image of God:  the almighty self existing creator of the universe.  Man is endowed by his creator with...

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