Archive for August 11th, 2018

Lawfully Beat Each and Every Frivolous Traffic Ticket Ever Issued to You


Even if you know absolutely nothing about the law, the education that you receive from reading Common Law Remedy will teach you in minute detail about the secrets “The System” doesn’t want you to know. What you don’t know can and will hurt you (financially and otherwise).

You don’t need to have a law degree to defeat any frivolous traffic citation. You just need to know a few simple concepts and how to assert them in order to avoid the court’s jurisdiction and assert your rights.

You have a right to travel on the thoroughfares of the country uninhibited by statutes, rules or regulations that burden or restrict your movement. And this right to travel freely is secured against interference from any source whatever, whether it be governmental or private. With this information, you will be able to bypass all the typical drama of having to go to court. For instance:

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What Is A Special Appearance in Court?


If you ever find yourself attending court in order to defend against a traffic citation, there is only one way you can do so if you wish to prevail in the matter using the common law.  But before we disclose that way, let’s become clear about what it means to enter a court in response to a legal matter, and most especially a state or municipal court. Any time a person consents to entering a statutory court they are said to be making an “appearance” and thus “responding ” to a matter. A response to a matter is an indication of having consented to being recognized as a party to the action, thereby resulting in personam jurisdiction. However, if you know that you are not a party to the action, that the other party has demonstrated no authority over you with regard to the matter at hand and is attempting to lure you into a fraudulent matter, then you must take care in how you approach the court in order to seek remedy.

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