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Grand Jury Enforcement

Grand Jury Enforcement

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Published by Duane G. Davis
This is gonna Empower the people to sit on a Grand jury . This is part of Liberty Alliance Grand Jury Movement.I was contacted by Michelle Christensen to become a part of their Organization.....share the information and become a Part of judicial reform and public accountability.
This is gonna Empower the people to sit on a Grand jury . This is part of Liberty Alliance Grand Jury Movement.I was contacted by Michelle Christensen to become a part of their Organization.....share the information and become a Part of judicial reform and public accountability.

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Published by: Duane G. Davis on Aug 26, 2013
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ENFORCEMENT
COMMON LAW GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTA common law Grand Jury presentment, synonymous w/indictment, cannot be challenged orstopped. First you must understand that a legal proceeding1 cannot be veered away from, it
s aprescription of law that must be strictly adhered to, any interference with itsorderly process is acrime.THE PROCESS OF A PRESENTMENT:Step #1
Grand Jury investigatesStep #2
Grand Jury issues a
true-bill
(presentment)Step #3
True bills are signed by the grand jury foremanStep #4
Presentments are filed with the Clerk of Courts, thus beginning a formalcriminalproceeding.Step #5
Clerk must file the presentment as required under penalty of law USC 18 §20762penalty for failure to do so is a fine or one year imprisoned or both.Step #6
Prescribed steps from commencement to the execution at judgment, if anyclerkinterferers they shall be fined or imprisoned three years, or both under USC 18 §20713Step #7
If a Judges intimidates a clerk to destroy or conceal an official proceeding, heshall be fined or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both under 18 USC §1512b41 PROCEEDING. In a general sense. the form and manner of conducting juridical business before a court or judicialofficer; regular and orderly progress in form of law; including all possible steps in an action from its commencement tothe execution at judgment. Erwin v. U. S. (D. C.) 37 Fed. 4S8, 2 L. R. A. Z29; People v. Raymond, 186 Ill. 407, 57 N. E. lOGG; Morewood v. Hollister, 6 N. Y. 309 ; Uhe v. Railway Co., 3 S. D. 563, 54 N.W. 601; State V'. Gordon, 8 Wash.488, 36 Pac. 498. It not only embraces practice in courts, but regulation of theconduct of the court itself whereinsuch practice takes place. State v. Greenwald, 186 Ind. 321, 116 N.E. 296, 297.An act necessary to be done in order toobtain a given end; a prescribed mode of action for carrying into effect a legalright. Green v. Board of Com'rs ofLincoln County, 126 Okl. 300, 259 P. 635, 637; Marblehead Land Co. v. Superior Court in and for Los Angeles County,60 Cal.App. 644, 213 P. 718, 723. LEGAL PROCEEDING. This term includes all proceedings authorized or sanctionedby law, and brought or instituted in a court of justice or legal tribunal, for the acquiring of a right or the enforcementof a remedy. Griem v. Fidelity & Casualty Co., 99 Wis. 530, 75 N.W. 67; Mack v.Campau, 69 Vt. 558, 38 A. 149, 69Am.St.Rep. 948.2 USC 18 § 2076 -Clerk is to file: Whoever, being a clerk willfully refuses or neglects to make or forward any report,certificate, statement, or document as required by law, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than oneyear, or both.3 USC 18 §2071 -Whoever willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, obliterates, or destroys, or attempts
 
to do so, documents filed or deposited with any clerk or officer of any court, shall be fined or imprisoned not morethan three years, or both.4 18 USC §1512b --Whoever knowingly uses intimidation, threatens, or corruptly persuades another person, orattempts to do so, or engages in misleading conduct toward another person, withintent to -(1) influence, delay, orprevent ... an official proceeding; (2) cause or induce any person to --(A) withhold ... a document, or other object,from an official proceeding; (B) alter, destroy, mutilate, or conceal an official proceeding;
shall be fined under thistitle or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.

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That NLA stuff is crazy and anybody involved is just looking for a heap of trouble.
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