Writ of a Freeman's Right to Travel

Writ of a Freeman’s Right to Travel – Justice Notice – Demand for AH Rights Protected by the Constitution for the united States of America Know all men by these presents, that I,________________________________________________________________, do travel upon the Roadways, By-ways, Highways, and Air-ways of these United States, as a matter of asserted Common Law rights. Thai I assert my full sovereignty as a free and natural person (Freeman) under the Common Law of the Constitution for the united States of America, to wit: States Enforcing Un-constitutional Laws If some state laws are unconstitutional — are there ways for the states to mandate restrictions on licensing, registration, and insurance requirements? To know, we need to look to the U.S. Supreme Court to determine for ourselves the answers to these questions. 1. “The right of the citizen to travel upon public highways and to transport his/her property thereon, either by carriage or […] Read More

Sovereign Right of a Natural Person to Operate a Private Vehicle

NOTICE TO PUBLIC SERVANTS (Back) The Bearer, being an unenfranchised Sovereign, is authorized under statute at large First Congress 1789, Session 1 Chapters, page 52; Articles of Confederation, Article 4-3-1-1781; MC 38: Title 18, Section 241 USC Title 42, Section 1983, 1985, 1986, of the unhampered use of all navigable waters and all common law highways, roadways, and byways which are used for transport either private, public, or commerce anywhere in these United States of America. Said driver/operator is sworn in obedience for the protection of the Constitution for the united States of America and may be detained only upon sworn complaint of an injured party as per the Bill of Rights, Article IV. The undersigned claims his/her rights at law and rejects, and is not subject to’the obligations in equity known as the Motor Vehicle Codes of the respective states. Signed:_________________________________________________________ Under penalty of perjury’ I swear or […] Read More

Reclaimed, Undisputed & Inalienable Rights

Reclaimed, Undisputed & Inalienable Rights ___________________________________. hereby reclaims his Inalienable Sovereign Rights, which are inter alia: Right to contract and not to contract: Right to engage in commerce; Right to marry; Right to earn in any lawful occupation; Right to own property; Right to unhampered use of all navigable waters and all Common Law highways, roadways, byways, and airways, which are used for transport, either private, public, or commerce, anywhere in these united States of America; |11 AmJur (1st series) Sec. 329, Personal Liberty), Right to carry on business; Right to freedom of speech; Right to freedom from governmental interference in exercise of intellect, information of opinions, in there expression; and in action, or inaction, dictated by judgement; Right to freedom from servitude, imprisonment or restraint; Right to freedom of occupation; Right to self-defense against unlawful violence; Right to use property according to owner’s will; together with all other […] Read More

1999: The Anti-Government Movement Guidebook

The National Center for State Courts The Anti-Government Movement Guidebook 1999, National Center for State Courts This guide was developed under a grant. Award No. SJI-96-02B-B-159, “The Rise of Common Law Courts in the United States: An Examination of the Movement, The Potential Impact on the Judiciary, and How the States Could Respond,” from the State Justice Institute. The points of view expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the State Justice Institute. STAFF Managing Editor Mr. Chuck Ericksen Acting Executive Director Institute for Court Management National Center for State Courts Contributors and Primary Researchers Mr. Chris J. Wesser, J.D. College of William and Mary Williamsburg, Virginia Mr. Dov M. Szego, J.D. College of William and Mary Williamsburg, Virginia Project Staff National Center for State Courts 300 Newport Avenue Williamsburg, Virginia 22185 (757) 253-20000 Ms. Catina N. Burrell Senior […] Read More