Hello AFC Community. I think this is really needed for members here. There are those of us unexperienced in common Law and those of us with experience in Common Law.
There are those of us with experience the proper way to counter these inferior courts with regards to jurisdiction and also those of us who know what to do and what not to do when pulled over by the police, sheriff, or highway patrol.
So what I am asking is this.
Can those of you who are knowledgeable reply to this post with the following....
When Pulled Over - what papers to give to the cops, and what to say and not say.
When Challenging Jurisdiction - 1. First thing to tell the judge, 2, What paper work to file before appearing in court.
In regards to Consent - What words or phrases should never be spoken to unknowingly give consent.
I know there are sites, with Bill T lectures and other useful information, but this post could serve as a one-stop shop for quick referencing on what to do.
I hope you see where I'm taking this, this would be useful to all members and as a basic foundation and starting point.
Fathom21, Mr. Hamilton, DocT, and yes you Brian all have wisdom and knowledge in these areas, and have studied and researched common law, right to travel, challenging jurisdiction and so forth. This would be like a study guide so to speak.
***Anyone reading this please note, that while this may be a quick reference tool, you must do your own due diligence and take time to study and learn as the above mentioned have done. It is one thing to do or say something, but knowing why and being able to explain in court why you did it, is totally different. Because if you just say something or do something, and not knowing why or not being able to support what you did or said with case law, or common law principles, then you will easily get tripped up, find yourself right back in their hands,***