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Bill of Rights Violated Selection Page.

Bill of Rights Violated Selection Page.

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Select the “Rights” Violated that are Specific to your Case
 
(Note: To select/de-select an Overt Act No., double-left-
click the “check box” and a window will come
up for you to select/de-select the ones that apply
and click “OK”.
AFTER you have selected the OvertActs which apply to your case,
THEN go back and number (No.) the ones selecte
)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~`` Name: ; Email: Date:State: ; County:Physical address: ; Phone:
Check boxes that apply with X:
Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article I
 Offense:
Trespass upon free exercise of religion
Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article I
 Offense:
Trespass upon right to peaceably assemble
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article I
 Offense:
Trespass upon right to petition the redress of grievances
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article II
 Offense:
Trespass upon right to a well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article II
 Offense:
Trespass infringing the right of the people to keep and bear arms
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
 
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Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article III
 Offense:
Trespass into a house of the people, absent consent, absent lawful cause
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article IV
 Offense:
Trespass depriving the people of the right to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, andeffects, including automobiles
Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article IV
 Offense:
Trespass by serving an unlawful (or failure to serve a lawful) warrant absent probable cause,or oath of affirmation, and failing to particularly describe the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized
Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article V
 Offense:
Trespass by holding a person to answer for a capital or infamous crime absent a presentmentor indictment of a constitutional common law grand jury of 25 people
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article V
 Offense:
Trespass by subjecting a person to the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article V
 Offense:
Trespass by compelling a person in a criminal case to be a witness against himself 
Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.
 
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 Overt Act No. ___ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article V
 Offense:
Trespass by depriving a person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article V
 Offense:
Trespass of taking private property from a person for public use, without just compensation
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article VI
 Offense:
Trespass by failing to inform the person of the nature and cause of the accusation(s) broughtagainst him/her 
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article VI
 Offense:
Trespass by denying a person, in a criminal prosecution, a person’s right to a speedy and
 public trial
Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No. ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article VI
 Offense:
Trespass denying a person his right to a trial by an impartial grand jury of the people (notcitizens of the United States, i.e. registered voters of the corporate UNITED STATES)
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.Overt Act No ____ 
Right violated:
Bill of Rights, Article VI
 Offense:
Trespass by denying a person to be confronted with the witnesses against him/her 
 Maximum Common Law Sentence:
Death or life in prison; Stripped of all wealth, property, estates,trusts, accounts, etc.

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