chaz63 wrote:what they do against common law to tax us,and fine us etc is against that law.no judgement needed.no victim,no crime.plain and simple.good post.gets us thinking.
What 'freemen' call 'common law' and what the courts have called Common Law for the past 800-odd years is very different. When people go in to court bleating "I want common law".... they shouldn't be surprised when they get it!
Common Law means Law created by common judgments over time in cases where the 'evidence' presented is similar. Also called case law/precedent etc.
Of course if you don't present any APPROPRIATE evidence/legal argument then your side won't get heard and you will lose by default. THAT is Common Law.
As for the court heirarchy I think you have read it the wrong way round. Lower courts are bound by the decisions of the higher courts. So, for example, a magistrates court will be bound by the common law (judge-made) decisions of a court of appeal...