Common Law

The Constitution of the United States of America mentions three areas of jurisdiction by which the courts may operate under. The first one is Common Law.

 

Common Law in is most basic form is very similar to Natural Law. Common Law is based on God’s law/our Creator’s Laws as originally presented by Moses.

Do no harm to others. You are sovereign being, free to do anything that pleases you as long as you don’t infringe on the life, property and liberty of someone else.

 

Wherefore under Common Law jurisdiction there must always be a damaged party in order for someone to be charged under Common Law.

 

This means that you alone are responsible for all your actions and must pay the consequences if you have done any harm to others and/or their property.

 

The Common Law does not allow any government or government agency to interfere with your life in any way.

 

This means you are not in violation of Common Law if you drive without a fastened seat belt, park your car on God’s green Earth or by exercising similar behaviour in violation with man made rules.

Any violation of Common Law is a criminal act and is punishable. However, if you offer to settle, close and pay for your offences, then you cannot go to jail.

You cannot be tried by a judge, you can only be tried by a jury of your own peers, which means that the members of the jury should be from your own community.

Contracts are necessary under Common Law and must be entered under three conditions, which are; knowingly, voluntarily and intentionally for the parties.  

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