In order to be charged with a crime under “Common Law”, by law, there must be “a verified complaint from a damaged party”; there must still, however, be an assumption of “innocent unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt”. You are free under the Common Law to do anything you please, as long as you do not infringe on the life, liberty, or property of someone else. You have a right to make a complete fool of yourself provided you do not infringe on the life, liberty, or property of someone else. When you cross over the state lines in most states, you will see a sign which says, ” BUCKLE YOUR SEAT BELTS – IT’S THE LAW. ” This cannot be Common Law (actually, its Admiralty), because whom would you injure if you did not buckle up? Nobody. This would be called “compelled performance”, but Common Law cannot compel performance. Another example of Admiralty Law, for instance, include laws (statutes, ordinances, codes, policies, customs, etc.) which incriminate cannabis; for instance, if one were charged with having 100 pounds of cannabis, one could call the officer onto the stand & politely demand that they procure “a verified complaint from a damaged party”. Because the officer would not be able to produce such complaint form and because you likely would not consent to the government writing laws which abrogate your rights (right to property, in this case), you could then file charges on the man or woman who swore the Constituional Oath associated with their position AND the county or city corporation , for instance, that they were operating under when enforcing the “victimless crime”. A “crime” must be associated with a victim, or it is likely just some stautte that was put on the books under a colorable law system (described below). Any violation of Common Law is a CRIMINAL ACT, & is punishable in using the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
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