Grand Juries

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The grand jury is the basis for protecting natural rights in a free country wherein the common law is guaranteed to the people of the republic. A common law grand jury does not answer to the court, judge or prosecutor. Grand juries also may meet in secrecy. Judges and prosecuting attorneys do not have the authority to interfere with a common law grand jury or even be present during the grand jury's meetings. Most grand juries in these united states of America are statutory grand juries under the control of the district attorney or prosecutor and only get information from the prosecutor. They are selected by the prosecutor and as such are not true grand juries of the people. One way to tell if a grand jury is a statutory grand jury and not a common law grand jury is to count the members of the jury. A common law grand jury is required to have 25 members.

The grand jury's authority supersedes that of any judge or prosecuting attorney. The grand jury has the authority to remove any elected official from office for corruption and charge judges with treason for not upholding their oaths of office when sitting on the bench. This is one of the biggest problems in these united states of America today. To find out if a judge is on his or her oath when presiding over the court, just ask the next time you are brought before the court for any reason. The judge will do and say everything possible to evade the question. For an example of a judge doing this very thing watch the judge overseeing the extradition hearing of Anthony Williams. You will see the judge, when asked, state that he has taken one, that there is one on file, but he will not answer this yes or no question for one of two reasons, If the judge answered affirmatively, he could have been tried for treason for not upholding the oath of office to uphold and defend constitution. The constitution for the united states of America guarantees the people the common law. In this hearing, Anthony Williams was attempting to stay under common law and the judge was proceeding under equity. This is an infringement of Anthony Williams natural and constitutional rights. If the judge answered in the negative, he would have exposed the fraud that this is not a lawful court that has jurisdiction over people. In either case, the judge would have been in trouble.

A common law grand jury can still charge the judge with treason just by the video evidence available online. There is no statute of limitations in common law, because there are no statutes. True common law grand juries are what it will take to take back America. The law is still on the side of the people. All of the debate regarding which party is best to serve, or which government plan is best for Americans mean absolutely nothing, since under the common law of a republic, statutes and codes do not apply to people who do not consent.

How to Join

These groups are arranged by state. Each state group is a master group for the local grand juries in the state. You can join state and local group to discuss cases with other group members. You can also create a grand jury for your particular region. Simply click on the "Add Content" link and create a group for your state if there is none. Then do it again to create a grand jury group for your county or parish if there is none. If you are the creator of your group, you will be the group manager, at least until such time as the group appoints another. If there is already a grand jury in your area, you can simply request to join the group.

The grand jury for your county or parish is a subgroup of the state grand jury group. discussions in the parish group is available to the state group, because you may have cases you are investigating in common with other county grand juries. You may want to have more than 25 people on your grand jury pool so that when you meet, if anyone is not able to meet, you will still have a lawful grand jury.

What to do after organization.

Once you have organized your local grand jury, it would be best to get a room at your local county court house in which to meet. This will help to build credibility for your grand jury. You may have to file a suit against whomever does the scheduling to get the space. Do so if that is the only way that you will be able to meet. If the court official attempts to tell you that they already have a grand jury, ask how many people are on the grand jury. If it is less than 25, your grand jury is of higher authority, so proceed with steps to get your space.

The following is a list of grand juries you may join in an effort to help turn the tide on corrupt judges and elected officials. The grand jury has higher authority than judges or prosecutors. The grand jury can remove any elected official from office and charge judges with treason. If the link below to your state and county results in a "Page Not Found" error, there has not been a grand jury established through this site for your area and the responsibility falls on you to be the one to establish your local grand jury. If you know of a common law grand jury operating in your area, please direct them to this site so that we can get all grand juries listed here, so that people will know who to contact in your area to bring an issue to the grand jury.

You should also note that grand juries established through this site require approval of the group manager and posts made to the group are only accessible for members of that group. Each grand jury foreman will be able to be contacted through this site. This is important since reporting corruption of government officials is sometimes dangerous for those doing the reporting. Contrary to statutory grand juries, common law grand juries may meet in secret. The prosecuting attorney is not permitted to interfere with the grand jury and could be charged by the grand jury and removed from office if he or she does so attempt.

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