Step Three

FORMING A COMMON LAW COURT

Within 24 hours of the issuing of such a Notice of Claim of Right, any twelve citizens of a community can constitute themselves as a Common Law Court and its jury, and must then appoint the following Court Officers from their ranks:

– a Court Adjudicator, to advise and oversee the Court

– a Public or Citizen Prosecutor to conduct the case; this person is normally the Plaintiff himself or someone he authorizes to advise but not represent him

– a Defense Counsel to advise but not represent the accused
– a Court Sheriff, either elected from the community or delegated from among existing peace

officers
– Bailiffs, a Court Registrar and a Court Reporter

It is assumed that people with knowledge of the Common Law and legal procedure will act in these capacities. And, as mentioned, a Common Law Magistrate or Justice of the Peace may also initiate this formation of a Common Law Court.

1 thought on “Step Three”

  1. We the People in Herefordshire have made it by Public Notice today 21-10-21 to set up a Natural Common Law Court.
    We are a large group of Sovereign individuals.
    Do you have any knowledge of any other City in the UK that has made there Public Notice that we can liaise with?
    Blessing from
    We The People

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