davb wrote:yep maybe so like .
still no right to deny the right's etc thou for myself and the better half it's the principal yeah they have a job to do and the laws etc as we know are unjust as it seems but i still maintain the innocent until proved guilty beyond a resonable doubt etc it should be going for a judicial review 18th October or just shortly after the county court office has appoligised to me for misinforming me ( neglect ) letter in post to me this week .
How long have you been posting to this site? And you still think you were arrested under a Law. LOL
No you were arrested under their Acts which you consented to. If you knew the law you would not be arrested and processed it is that simple, but then the majority of people want drama and complications in their life.
I will tell you this, last night my son who is a 30 year old public school teacher, was out in a nightclub when at the end of the night, a altercation broke out, a girl he was with was assaulted in front of police who then wanted to arrest everyone at the scene. My son knows all about Common Law he has a good teacher, the police backed down when he explained his rights under common law.
They thought he was a Lawyer LOL I suppose speaking with a Oxbridge accent helped him but the point is he asserted his authority knowing he is his own sovereign. Anyway because my son knew his rights no one was arrested and a silly incident was not blown out of all proportion. I think he did us the taxpaying public a great service and I am proud of him for making a stand. We all need to be doing the same it is about taking responsibility that is the main message I think from JH.