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The Anti-Government Guidebook for Judges

The Anti-Government Guidebook for Judges

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Published by American Kabuki
A Guidebook Judges use when dealing the Sovereignty and Common Law Movements.
A Guidebook Judges use when dealing the Sovereignty and Common Law Movements.

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Published by: American Kabuki on Jan 27, 2013
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This section covers tactics that, while they may occur in the courtroom, may also occur

outside of the courtroom, in the presence of clerks, guards and other court personnel. The most

crucial step a court can take to prepare for these tactics is to be aware of their potentiality and

prepare a plan in advance to either placate or dissuade the patron from acting or to alleviate the

effects of the patron's actions.

As the author notes in the discussion of the Trial Court Performance Standards,

the responses courts take must be well-considered beforehand, for the parties against which those

responses are taken both have a right to the same process as others and represent an unusually active

threat to the courts. Civil rights suits by members of these movements, against judges in their

personal capacity, are not unheard of. The response a court takes against one of these members

might well make the difference whether the judge or other court personnel end up burdened with

defending, or at least answering to, a suit against their person. For this, the authors strongly suggest

an understanding and appreciation for the goals and methodology espoused by the Trial Court

Performance Standards.

Anti-Government Movement Guidebook


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