It is important for each of us to know our rights, our jurisdiction and our standing at all times. Whether we have encountered a Federal or State of Colorado employee who thinks we are in their jurisdiction, or just wish to utilize our rights to defend ourselves and bear arms. This page will focus on basic education to live as a citizen of the republic of the USA in peace and safety.
What is Jurisdiction?
- the power, right, or authority to interpret and apply the law
- the authority of a sovereign power to govern or legislate
- the limits or territory within which authority may be exercised
Whenever possible, we recommend you stay out of all US legislative courts because they no longer honor trial by jury. You will be offered a Jury Trial, which is where the judge decides the law and the jury decides the facts only. However, this differs greatly from a trial by jury where a jury of your peers must unanimously agree on a decision on both the law and the facts. For issues in commerce, the US legislative courts might be your best option if you cannot settle the matter privately, Also, especially in child support and custody cases.
- Common Law Grand Jury Overview
- 1856 Bouvier’s Law Dictionary
- 1979 Army Pamphlet – Law of Peace owed to all peaceful civilians
- UCC Commercial Code
If you have been presented a summons, file your 1817 Notice with the court and go on with your life. If they come after you after the filing of your 1817 Notice, they have trespassed on your right to live peacefully.