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Generic Suit at Common Law

Generic Suit at Common Law

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This document is keyed to Step Four: File a Suit at Common Law at my new project, Get Out and Stay Out of Jail. http://getoutandstayoutofjail.com/stepfour/

There's Federal Common Law; State Common Law, and then there's the Peoples' Common Law. Here is a basic, generic sample for a Suit at Common Law, filed as a "people" with other "people" as defendants, acting in their various capacities as police, attorneys, judges, etc. This suit at common law is typically filed in federal district court (lower case d, c) pursuant to the 7th Amendment: “In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.”

When this type of suit is filed, the main players are the Clerk of the Court and the Magistrate. Both are held accountable to the people via the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
This document is keyed to Step Four: File a Suit at Common Law at my new project, Get Out and Stay Out of Jail. http://getoutandstayoutofjail.com/stepfour/

There's Federal Common Law; State Common Law, and then there's the Peoples' Common Law. Here is a basic, generic sample for a Suit at Common Law, filed as a "people" with other "people" as defendants, acting in their various capacities as police, attorneys, judges, etc. This suit at common law is typically filed in federal district court (lower case d, c) pursuant to the 7th Amendment: “In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.”

When this type of suit is filed, the main players are the Clerk of the Court and the Magistrate. Both are held accountable to the people via the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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Case No.

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district court of the United States of America
Inferior Court of the supreme Court known as Alfred A. Arraj United States Courthouse 901 19th Street, 2nd Floor, Denver CO 80294

Freeman Jane of the Family Doe P.O. Box 3456, Denver, Colorado [80219] Plaintiff/Injured people V. Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Road Runner. Defendants. _________________________________/ Case No. ____________

Suit at common law

DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL
AS PROVIDED FOR BY THE 7TH AMENDMENT To the Constitution for the United States of America

1-Redress the deprivation, under color of any State law, statute, ordinance, regulation, custom or usage, of any right or Right, privilege or immunity secured by the Constitution for the United States of America.

2-Violation of certain rights and Rights retained by a people/freeman as protected by Amendment IX to the Constitution for the United States of America:

Suit at Common Law and Demand for Jury Trial for Freeman Jane of the Family Doe

“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”

3-Demand for lawful tribunal as instructed in the Amendment VII to the Constitution for the United States of America:

“In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.”

FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE. TITLE VI. TRIALS
TITLE 28, UNITED STATES CODE § 2072. Rules of procedure and evidence; power to prescribe (b) Such rules shall not abridge, enlarge or modify any substantive right. Rule 38. Right to a Jury Trial; Demand (a) RIGHT PRESERVED. The right of trial by jury as declared by the Seventh Amendment to the Constitution —or as provided by a federal statute—is preserved to the parties inviolate.

CLAIMS
1. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim the Right and hereby make official demand for the Right of trial by jury as protected by the Seventh Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, a Right preserved to the people inviolate and as provided by the Great Charter of 1215. 2. For the Record I Freeman Jane claim the Right and hereby make official demand for the Right to have a grand jury of twenty-five Freemen empaneled for this matter to serve as decision makers in matters which will be outside the limited authority of the Magistrate overseeing this matter. 3. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim the Right and hereby wish for this Suit, if challenged by any Defendant, to be settled by a lawful tribunal at law composed of twelve (12) freemen according to the peoples’ common law and the Great Charter of 1215. Page 2 of 9

Suit at Common Law and Demand for Jury Trial for Freeman Jane of the Family Doe

4. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim the Right and hereby make official demand for the Right to have all matters which questions the admissibility of evidence, appeals, failures to answer subpoenas and default judgments to be decided by the empaneled grand jury of twenty-five (25) Freemen sworn to uphold the unalienable Rights of the people and who are themselves Freemen per the Great Charter of 1215. 5. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim the Right and hereby make official demand for the Right keep this matter in the people’s common law outside of the legal Laws and to prevent any Judge, Attorney, or any state officer acting under color of law from getting involved or attempting to make rulings in this matter without my expressed written consent. 6. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim the Right and hereby make official demand for the Right to cause the array or panel of jurors for this trial to include only those jurors who are sworn to uphold the unalienable Rights of the people and who are themselves Freemen, not subjects of any State or corporation. 7. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim the Right and hereby wish for the jury to consider punitive damages in addition to the requested remedy for damages caused collectively by the defendants should any of the defendants challenge the liability of their actions.

COMPLAINT
Deprivation of Unalienable Rights Under Color of Law

UNALIENABLE. The state of a thing or right which cannot be sold. Things which are not in commerce, as public roads, are in their nature unalienable. Some things are unalienable, in consequence of particular provisions in the law forbidding their sale or transfer, as pensions granted by the government. The natural rights of life and liberty are unalienable. 1856 Ed.Bouvier’s Dictionary

Laws Violated
1. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for the defendants to violate the Constitution for the United States of America. 2. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for the defendants to violate the peoples’ unalienable Rights. Page 3 of 9

Suit at Common Law and Demand for Jury Trial for Freeman Jane of the Family Doe

3. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for the defendants to use coercion to obtain consent from the people. 4. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for any of the defendants to exercise any authority over any part of a peoples’ body without the peoples’ uncoerced consent. 5. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for a peoples’ Oath and Affirmation to the sovereign people on this land known as North America and all fifty united states to be dishonored by any of the defendants. 6. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for a CEASE AND DESIST ORDER to be dishonored by any of the defendants. 7. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for a people’s NOTICE OF FEE SCHEDULE FOR PROTETION FROM CORPORATE ABUSE, FALSE ARREST, VICTIMLESS CHARGES, AND BILLS OF ATTAINDER to be dishonored by any of the defendants. 8. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for any of the corporate Defendants to enforce their corporate regulations upon a people absent a people’s consent. 9. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for any of the defendants to use corporate legal statutory or other type of law as a way to circumvent the peoples’ common law.

10. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for a people’s Notice of Default and Demand for Payment to be dishonored by any of the defendants. 11. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for any corporate employee to attempt to coerce a people into being their subject and/or employee and/or public officer. 12. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for any corporate employee to use coercion to enforce non-existing contracts. 13. For the Record I Freeman Jane of the Family Doe claim that it is against the law for any man or woman to coerce any people into any corporate jurisdiction.

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Suit at Common Law and Demand for Jury Trial for Freeman Jane of the Family Doe

HISTORY 9/26/2009 Freeman Jane of the Family Doe filed a Fee Schedule in Denver County. 9/27/2009 Donald Duck turned on his police car emergency lights and signaled Freeman Jane to pull over to the side of the highway. He attempted to serve Freeman Jane of the Family Doe with a ticket for failure to use her turn signal as she changed lanes. No one was injured. Freeman Jane gave her non-consent to receive the ticket. She gave Donald Duck a copy of her Fee Schedule, Passport, and auto insurance. Donald Duck failed to observe Freeman Jane’s non-consent and dropped the ticket into her car through her open window. Dec. 14, 2009 Freeman Jane’s Messenger, Freeman Joe, went to the defendants’ municipal office on the day of the requested appearance with a Cease and Desist and Fee Schedule. Freeman Joe gave the C&D along with the Fee Schedule to Judge Mickey Mouse’s clerk directly, and he put it on top of the folder for Judge Mouse to see. Freeman Joe also filed the C&D and Fee Schedule with the municipal office and got a receipt. Jan. 18, 2009 Bozo the Clown, a clerk from the defendants’ office, called Freeman Jane to inform her of a warrant for her FTA, Failure to Appear, on Dec. 14th. Freeman Jane spoke with Mr. Clown, and Road Runner that day. She requested a call back from Mickey Mouse. Judge Mouse never returned Freeman Jane’s call. Jan. 18, 2009 Freeman Jane sent a letter certified mail to the defendants’ office demanding to see the alleged signed warrant; she included a copy of her Fee Schedule and the Cease & Desist that had already been filed. Jan. 23, 2009 The defendants’ office received the letter demanding to see the warrant, along with the Cease and Desist and Fee Schedule. The defendants failed to provide the signed warrant to Freeman Jane Doe within the allotted 14 days.
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Suit at Common Law and Demand for Jury Trial for Freeman Jane of the Family Doe

February 20, 2009 Freeman Jane send a Notice of Default and Demand for Payment to the defendants with the allotted 14 days to pay the accrued damages. March 12, 2009 Freeman Jane received notice from Sheeple Recoveries Inc. informing her that she must pay $120 to settle the account with the defendants for the Failure to Appear Warrant. March 13, 2009 Freeman Jane called Sheeple Recoveries Inc. and spoke with Terry and another lady, perhaps Paula, to inquire about the $120 fee and how to settle the account with the defendants. They told Freeman Jane to call the defendants directly. March 13, 2009 Freeman Jane called the defendants to inquire about possibly paying the $120 to settle the account. She spoke with a few people, including Lola. She spoke with Road Runner, Court Administrator, and asked him how she could resolve the matter. She offered to pay the $120. Freeman Jane explained to Mr. Runner that the municipal corporation had ignored her communication with them repeatedly and left her no choice but to “appear” before the judge, which she was not willing or able to do. She told Mr. Runner she was afraid to travel on the roads and airplanes due to their coercion and harassment because she was afraid the police would pick her up and throw her in jail on the alleged warrant. Mr. Runner told her he’d call her if he came up with any ideas. March 14, 2009 Freeman Jane sent a notarized letter, certified mail, to Sheeple Recoveries Inc. demanding validation of the debt. She never received validation of the debt.

KNOWN Defendants Liable for General and Punitive Damages
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Suit at Common Law and Demand for Jury Trial for Freeman Jane of the Family Doe

Mickey Mouse- Acting as Rainbow Corporation Chief Municipal Prosecutor Donald Duck- Acting as Rainbow Corporation Police Officer Road Runner- Acting as Rainbow Corporation Court Administrator Bozo the Clown- Acting as Rainbow Corporation Clerk

SUGGESTED REMEDY FOR DAMAGES

1) 2)

Deprivation of Rights under color of law Violation of the Constitution for the United States of America

Damages per Fee Schedule
A. Ten (10) troy ounces of .999 pure gold (or its equivalent) per violation of any of my Unalienable Rights under any and all circumstances. Included in these Rights hereby claimed are my Right to make use of roads, buses, train, and air stations; the Right to engage in trade and habitation peacefully. B. One (1) troy ounce of .999 pure gold (or its equivalent) per hour at a rate doubling every 24 hours for any of my time consumed in detention, imprisonment, or attempts by an employee/public officer/magistrate/judge/agent/ citizen to establish jurisdiction over myself or my family or my guests without my express written consent. C. One (1) troy ounce of .999 pure gold (or its equivalent) per hour for any of my time consumed while being 1) detained by any man/woman acting under color of law; 2) stopped by any statute-enforcing officer from any legal department and/or corporation.

Mickey Mouse Violation = 1 violation = 1 x 10oz = 10oz of 0.999 Pure Gold or the US Dollar equivalent of $17,500 Donald Duck Violation = 1 violation = 1 x 10oz 10oz of 0.999 Pure Gold or the US Dollar equivalent of $17,500 Road Runner Page 7 of 9

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Time Total: 2 hours 3/13/12 1 x 1 oz/hr = 1oz of 0.999 Pure Gold or the US Dollar equivalent of approx. $1,700 Bozo the Clown Time Total: 2 hours 1/18/12; 2 hours 1/26/12 = 4 hours = 4 oz. 0.999 Pure Gold or the US Dollar equivalent of $7,000

Applicable Federal Law
(To be used by the Jury as a reference only)

United States Code
TITLE 18--CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE PART I—CRIMES CHAPTER 13--CIVIL RIGHTS

Sec. 242. Deprivation of rights under color of law
Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or to different punishments, pains, or penalties, on account of such person being an alien, or by reason of his color, or race, than are prescribed for the punishment of citizens, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; and if bodily injury results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include the use, attempted use, or threatened use of a dangerous weapon, explosives, or fire, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnapping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both, or may be sentenced to death.

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Suit at Common Law and Demand for Jury Trial for Freeman Jane of the Family Doe

Applicable COLORADO LAW
(To be used by the Jury as a reference only)

18-3-301. First degree kidnapping
(1) Any person who does any of the following acts with the intent thereby to force the victim or any other person to make any concession or give up anything of value in order to secure a release of a person under the offender's actual or apparent control commits first degree kidnapping: (a) Forcibly seizes and carries any person from one place to another; or (b) Entices or persuades any person to go from one place to another; or (c) Imprisons or forcibly secretes any person.

18-3-303. False imprisonment
1. Any person who knowingly confines or detains another without the other’s consent and without proper legal authority commits false imprisonment. This section shall not apply to a peace officer acting in good faith within the scope of his or her duties.    2. False imprisonment is a class 2 misdemeanor; except that false imprisonment is a class 5 felony if:    (a) The person uses force or threat of force to confine or detain the other person; and    (b) The person confines or detains the other person for twelve hours or longer.

18-5-102. Forgery
(1) A person commits forgery, if, with intent to defraud, such person falsely makes, completes, alters, or utters a written instrument which is or purports to be, or which is calculated to become or to represent if completed: (a) Part of an issue of money, stamps, securities, or other valuable instruments issued by a government or government agency; or (b) Part of an issue of stock, bonds, or other instruments representing interests in or claims against a corporate or other organization or its property; or (c) A deed, will, codicil, contract, assignment, commercial instrument, promissory note, check, or other instrument which does or may evidence, create, transfer, terminate, or otherwise affect a legal right, interest, obligation, or status; or (d) A public record or an instrument filed or required by law to be filed or legally fileable in or with a public office or public servant; or (e) A written instrument officially issued or created by a public office, public servant, or government agency; or (f) Part of an issue of tokens, transfers, certificates, or other articles manufactured and designed for use in transportation fees upon public conveyances, or as symbols of value usable in place of money for the purchase of property or services available to the public for compensation; or (g) Part of an issue of lottery tickets or shares designed for use in the lottery held pursuant to part 2 of article 35 of title 24, C.R.S.; or (h) A document-making implement that may be used or is used in the production of a false identification document or in the production of another document-making implement to produce false identification documents. Page 9 of 9

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