Didn’t catch our RFW episode? We discussed: Last week, we started our in-depth discussion on our Right & our Duty to stand up against Local Government violating our rights. This week, we continue this important discussion with more real-life examples of how YOU can fight back when local government tramples YOUR rights.
Didn’t catch our RFW episode? We discussed: Is your local government trampling your rights? Are you afraid to stand up against them? Or maybe just don’t know how? This episode covers the basics of the true powers of local government, how they relate to your individual rights, what you can do when they trample your rights, and real life testimonies of legal ways to fight back!
“Then Pilate announced to the chief priests and the crowd, ‘I find no basis for a charge against this man.’ But they insisted, ‘He stirs up the people all over Judea by his teaching.'” Luke 23:4-5
This week we learned about jurisdiction, and discussed a great deal about Subject Matter Jurisdiction. Where there is no basis for a charge against someone, the court lacks subject matter jurisdiction and the case must be dismissed. Verses 6-7 here also shed some light on Personal and Territorial Jurisdiction.
Didn’t catch our Get Involved Challenge for “Jurisdiction – does the court have the authority to hear your case?” We talked about: This week we’re asking you to get involved by praying that God lays it on the judge’s heart to do the right thing in the Allegan County case. That He lay it on the judge’s heart as to how inadequate and how unjust this case is. We’re asking for prayers for him to dismiss this entire case, with prejudice, today, so that we can go forth in the rest of our fight for freedom.
To see the recent briefs submitted, paying particular attention to the first one, go to: tinyurl.com/2p8j9j83
You can watch it at youtu.be/HXYPtCxWKfM
Didn’t catch our Constitution Segment Recap for “Jurisdiction – does the court have the authority to hear your case? S1E22″ You can watch it at https://youtu.be/CcNI-K_qYf0 or listen at https://tinyurl.com/2p9bfwv7. Legal citations for this week’s constitution segment:
• Katherine’s documents in the Allegan County Election Day Case provide more info on jurisdiction: tinyurl.com/2p8j9j83.
• A more in-depth legal analysis of subject matter jurisdiction can be found in the documents Katherine filed last year in the case: tinyurl.com/yck8bzvy and tinyurl.com/5ct5ahbn