Constitutionally, Courts have Permission to Operate in 1 of 3 Different “Modes”:

Because there are no signs posted when you enter the courtroom indicating “which mode the courts are operating under”, AND because it can be very confusing (AND potentially dangerous!) when explaining your rights to an officer & they appear to just ignore them & ticket (or arrest) you anyway, it is vital to have at least basic knowledge regarding:

The 3 areas of jurisdiction in which the courts may operate:

Common Law; Don’t Be Fooled!  This is NOT a Rights-Recognizing Mode

(its based on old European “common law”!)

Equity Law; for When Signed Contracts are Breached

(this is good to know in case you get duped into a shady contract & need to get out from underneath the deal!)

Admiralty Law; aka “Martial Law” for when “Commerce” & other “Maritime Issues” are Involved

(all military AND police officers, security guards, county courts AND federal district courts currently still operate under Admiralty unbeknownst to many; expect injustice & ALWAYS take the injustice to the next level– you’ll know why AND how to win the case & help fix the country after reading through this site)


You must ask how we got into this situation where we can be charged with failure to wear seatbelts and be fined for it. Isn’t the judge sworn to up hold the Constitution? Yes, he is. But you must understand the Constitution, in Article I, § 10, gives us the unlimited right to contract, as long as we do not infringe on the life, liberty or property of someone else. Contracts are enforceable, and the Constitution gives two jurisdictions where contracts can be enforced – Equity or Admiralty. But we find them being in Statutory Jurisdiction. This is the embarrassing part for the courts, but we can use this to box the judges into a corner in their own courts.


    Under the Common Law, every contract must be entered into knowingly, voluntarily, and intentionally by both parties or it is void and unenforceable. This is characteristic: It must be based on substance. For example, contracts used to read, “For one dollar and other valuable considerations, I will paint your house,” etc. That was a valid contract – the dollar was a genuine, silver dollar. Now, suppose you wrote a contract that said, “For one Federal Reserve Note and other considerations, I will paint your house….” And suppose, for example, I painted your house the wrong color. Could you go into a Common Law court and get justice? No, you could not. You see, a Federal Reserve Note is a “colorable” dollar, as it has no substance, and in a Common Law Jurisdiction, that contract would be unenforceable.


Colorable: That which is in appearance only, and not in reality, what it purports to be, hence counterfeit, feigned have the appearance of truth. Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition.

It is “colorable” Admiralty Jurisdiction the judges are enforcing because we are using “colorable money.”  Colorable Admiralty is now known as Statutory Jurisdiction. Let’s see how we got under this Statutory Jurisdiction.


The government set up a “colorable” law system to fit the “colorable” currency. It used to be called the Law Merchant or the Law of Redeemable Instruments, because it dealt with paper which was redeemable in something of substance. But, once Federal Reserve Notes had become unredeemable, there had to be a system of law which was completely “colorable” from start to finish.  This system of law was codified as the Uniform Commercial Code , and has been adopted in every state. This is “colorable” law, and it is used in all the courts.


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