expects, and this is what it is designed for. The only problem is that you will be obliged to re-integrate yourself back into the oppressive system of traffic slave laws that put you in court tobegin with; you will be expected or perhaps even ordered to abide by the rules of the system. Youwill lose the game by not standing up for your rights, but you will have minimized yourimmediate cost, financial and emotional. So, in this guide, we assume that you want to WIN yourcase. If you haven't much to lose, then you have an advantage over the court, which has muchmore to lose than you do.9. Keep your Court Survival Guide in a safe place where you can easily get to it when you needit. Maintaining a complete kit is vital for showing up in court as fully prepared as you canpossibly be. This Survival Guide is intentionally written as briefly as possible so that you caneasily access and use it. Knowledge of the Truth is a great tool here, but the more skillfully youcan apply it in court, the more empowered you will be, in any case that challenges your freedom.Remember, this is a situation in which the knowledge alone is not enough. You must also be ableto perceive things as they are happening, and to think on your feet, so that you will instantly knowwhat options are yours to use, when you have the opportunity.
10. MOST IMPORTANT: Mere knowledge of these techniques and Truths will not beenough. Just by mentioning such things in court will not, of itself, help you win your case. Apiece of paper is not by itself an automatic shield. You cannot depend on the court to policeand correct itself. It is up to us, We the People to detect and demand correction to thecourt's errors and fraud. You must be able to think on your feet and stay on top of eachargument as it comes down, so that you can logically steer the judge into a corner. You willbe going head-to-head with judges who are very slippery, or who may be ignorant as to thereal law, and how fraudulent their system of 'justice' is; you will have to do yourhomework.
MAINTAINING COMPLETE INVENTORYYour Complete Court Survival Kit consists of:0. THE FLAG - (you provide) A small U.S, Flag on a stand (BUT NO GOLD FRINGE). This isyour basic proof and exercise of your status and rights in court. You would bring it with you andset it on each table or bench where you stand, whenever you are going to directly challenge jurisdiction.1. YOUR PERSONAL LICENSED COURT RECORDER - (highly recommended) You mustmake sure that all of the court conversations are recorded without risk of being erased by the judge, so that the evidence which floats to the surface, can never be denied. Bring your ownrather then rely upon the court to preserve the Truth. If this is not possible, make sure you bringpeople.2. LEGAL COUNSELOR(S) - (not licensed attorneys) These are your personal helpers orcounselors to sit behind you in the courtroom, to help you stay aware of and record what'shappening and your options, while you are dealing with your emotions. More is better.3. True copy or Original Paperwork - All legal documents or evidence you can find, which relateto your case status, tickets, receipts, depositions, invoices, notices, letters, warrants, names, dates,places, etc.