Important Announcement Regarding
An Update to One of Our Publications
January 6, 2016
Whether you are a new subscriber to this newsletter or someone who has
been reading our material for some time, you may have noticed over the
past several months that no new articles have appeared on our website
nor have any newsletter emails gone out. The reason behind this is that
for the past several months I’ve been busy doing more
research in an effort to discover the root origins for the system of
law that we now live under.
And finally I have found something that not only makes sense, but which
has been proving to be true through actual experience and is not just
an empty theory designed to keep people running around in circles.
As many of you are aware, the Internet can be a tantalizing tool to use
in researching any subject you have an interest in learning more about.
By that I mean, you can never be certain that what you are reading can
be verified as being honest and truthful and therefore useful
information. That is, unless you understand the basic fundamentals
make up the subject matter of which you are researching. If you
understand those basic fundamentals, you can separate the wheat from
the chaff in terms of truthful information on any given subject.
As you are also aware, doing research (whether on the Internet or
elsewhere) can be a very time consuming endeavor. It takes time to
first find and then to verify any information you may be seeking to
learn more about. Not everyone has the time or the inclination to track
down valid information about a subject as varied and bewildering as the
law can be.
When I first started this project (BeatTrafficTickets.org), I merely
wanted to share knowledge with others of a process that I had learned
about and tested the validity of through actual experience.
By the time I put the website up, I had successfully used the process
three times! On three separate occasions over a four year period. The
process seemed simple enough to understand and didn’t require
having a degree in law in order to use. What it did
attention to detail.
It was my in-depth understanding of the process and how to use it that
held me in good stead thoughout these ordeals. Yet, what I began to
see, almost from the beginning in sharing this material, was that many
readers were not paying close enough attention to the little details
involved in using the material. People were trying to use it in
situtations in which they had already relinquished personam
jurisdiction, as this is the main jurisdiction we are challenging first
when using the “refused for cause” process.
This led me to look deeper into the system of law being used in the
courts in order to see if I could find a remedy that could be used to
overcome the initial relinquishment of personam
jurisdiction. I soon
learned that challenging subject matter jurisdiction can be done at any
time and is always
open to challenge. Subject matter jurisdiction has
to do with having a verified claim in addition to the complaint being
filed. In all (not most, but all
victimless violations there is no
verified claim being made. This means that even if
you fail to
proper stand on personam
jurisdiction, that you can prevail by
successfully challenging subject matter jurisdiction.
The announcement mentioned in the subject line of this email is in
reference to additions of new material and revisions I have recently
made in the text of the ebook How
to Handle the Five Scenarios, An
Explanation Of The Concepts Behind The “Refused For
. This ebook has just been
and expanded with new information that will help you begin to put the
pieces of the puzzle together surrounding the hidden history of how law
is being adjudicated in the courts of our country.
Many of the revisions to the original text are not major revisions, but
rather are small additions to help clarify what is being stated. Other
longer revisions (paragraph length) were inserted to clarify points
which were not made clear in the first edition of this ebook. Many of
these longer revisions needed more time for experience to catch up with
observation and understanding before they could be published in order
to verify how the System was dealing with various approaches to the
process being taught.
The highlight of this Revised Edition will be the addition of a new
Chapter following Chapter Six entitled “Updated Thoughts On
Scenario Five.” The original Chapter Seven is still there,
but has only been revised and renamed Chapter Eight in order to
accommodate the new Chapter Seven.
Chapter Seven, beginning on page 29 (PDF page 38), contains an update
regarding how the civil authority treated the matter it addressed over
three years ago which was the basis for Scenario Five, and how this
became recorded in their public records. It’s all a big show
if you know how to take it. It also showed that performing the process
correctly can and will result in a dismissal of the matter with nothing
at all showing up in their records.
The blockbuster insight which is discussed in the second half of the
new Chapter Seven of which you need to be aware has to do with the
presumption that is being used by the courts to gain
jurisdiction over people, that is men and women. If you are aware of
this undisclosed presumption, you can challenge it in open court if it
becomes necessary. We have been able to verify this premise from two
different angles and from the personal anecdotes of people who have had
first hand experience having to fight this undisclosed presumption in
If for no other reason than to read this incredible story documenting a
portion of the hidden history of our country and the way in which the
courts work, this Revised Edition will be a welcomed addition to your
knowledge base. It will begin to help clear up some of the confusion we
have all experienced when going to court and the court does not act the
way we would have expected it to act. Included are links to
documentation which, if properly understood, will help you personally
to verify the historical accuracy of this information. This is real
information which will provide readers with an insight into
law that they have never ever before considered.
For everyone who has downloaded Common
Law Remedy To Beat Traffic
yet who has failed to purchase the ebook How to Handle the Five
, your neglect for failing to look into this
ebook has just
become more critical. Especially if you are wanting to arm yourself
with the knowledge necessary in order to prevail in court over any
matter that may involve your state’s legal system. And that
includes issues involving family law, credit card and other loan or
debt challenges, as well as being able to eliminate income and property
An additional benefit arising from a purchase of this material is that
your email address will be put on a Special Private Mailing list in
which subscribers will be able to share in additional
insights and research about the law as they come up and are published.
There is no additional cost to the information being shared with the
subscribers on this list, and the only way you can get on the list is
to have bought the How
to Handle the Five Scenarios
ebook in the first
place. Everyone who has already bought the ebook is automatically
grandfathered into this Special Private Mailing list. I’ll be
sharing more about this private list in the future.
To your health and well-being. It is my sincere hope that this new year
will bring you the answers you need that will enhance the satisfaction
in your life.
As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to write.
If you haven’t already purchased it, you can obtain the
download page link for the Revised Edition of How to Handle the Five
on the following page:
Common Law Remedy
Announcement about the Newsletter
Dates: January 16, 2016
It has been a long time in coming, but I’m finally ready to
begin sharing with you more of what I have learned about the
law through publishing a
semi-consistent subscription newsletter service
won’t commit to how often these newsletters will be sent,
whether on a weekly or a bi-weekly or a monthly basis or whatever as
they are free to people who subscribe to download the free Common Law Remedy
report. The frequency of publication also depends upon my workload at
any given time.
But what I will commit to is sharing with you the absolute best of what
I am learning and confirming about the law and how it can be used to
halt the statutory system’s incursions on your individual
liberty so that you can make up your own mind as to how you wish to use
it in your own individual circumstance.
For those who are long time subscribers, you have no doubt noticed that
during the first year (2014) of operation, there were no email
newsletters being sent out on any kind of consistent basis. In fact,
there were no emails sent out at all! The only publication I had to
offer was the free report, and my commitment to answering individual
This is because I needed time to learn more and to be able to
positively confirm the effectiveness of what I was learning by sharing
it with others and soliciting the feedback of their experience. During
that time, I learned a lot more about the key factors involved in being
able to successfully assert this process in a variety of situations. In
addition, I needed time to do more research, which is a neverending
process when one is learning something new, especially within a dynamic
field of application such as is the case with the law.
It was also a matter that I was very busy answering emails from
individual subscribers wanting to ask for clarification about the
process I was sharing. In some cases, they asked questions that I had
little experience from which to draw in order to answer, which
necessitated doing more research. All of this takes TIME, of which was
in short supply.
During the past two years, whenever I came upon a crucial idea that
needed to be shared, I have used the Articles section of the website to
publish that information for all to whom it may concern. Toward the
middle of last year, I began to send out an intermittent newsletter
announcing the advent of a new article placed on the website or, in a
couple of instances, links to relevant information on other websites
that I monitor.
Teaching people about the law is, in its essence, not difficult; but
teaching people how to use
the law in a court setting is a whole different ball of wax. In the
courtroom, you have to pay attention to detail and to the implied
that are constantly being formed around the oral
discussion. If you’re not paying attention or you
don’t know what you’re doing, you can quickly lose
sight of what needs to be asserted and lose your position.
The problem with teaching people a process like the “refused
for cause” process is that they can tend to view
it as being a
silver bullet for their problems, when that is emphatically not
the case. It
has to be applied correctly to be effective, and that means
understanding the timeliness
of the process of application. (Sometimes, as in the case of some
jurisdictions, the public actors can be either too corrupt or too
ignorant about actual law to realize when you are asserting your rights
as a man or woman, and are willing to ride roughshod over their victim.)
While it can
be a silver bullet if you know how to hold your position without
consenting to the opposition’s jurisdiction, it can just as
easily turn south if you slip up and make a mistake. And then it can
become like a Venus flytrap, with your opponent closing in on all sides
For readers who have just subscribed to this newsletter, take some time
to read and understand the free report. And if you haven’t
already, read the
on the website in order to begin comprehending the
principles surrounding living within a civil society where people are presumed
bound by certain social conventions that are being used to propagandize
and subject them to outside authority (or what has come to be
identified as private law).
Once you comprehend these principles and are able to confirm their
common sense, the process of de-programming your mind of the rubbish
you have been fed will proceed much smoother. Just knowing, perhaps for
the first time in your life, that you have a choice of law (statutory
or common law, by which law you consent to be bound), can be a
liberating realization to have all in itself.
Regarding anyone who sends in a personal inquiry, please be aware that
I am only one person and do not have staff of people working for me to
answer timely every inquiry that is received. I do my best to keep up
with the frequency of inquiries received, and your occasional patience
in receiving a reply is appreciated.
Though you may not know it, I do take a personal interest in everyone
who takes the time to subscribe and to correspond. I genuinely desire
that you understand this material and law well enough to be able to use
it successfully because I know
that it can be effective. In this day and age, knowing and
understanding actual law and how to use it can lead not only to greater
satisfaction in your life, but most of all to peace of mind.
And finally, I do encourage your feedback, good or bad, as this helps
me to help you. So any time that you can provide your feedback is
welcome and appreciated, especially the victories.
Common Law Remedy
P.S. In subsequent Newsletters, in order to save space in the
"Subject” line, I will abbreviate "Common Law
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you know that it’s not junk mail. If you haven’t
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Personal Introduction: Background and Interest in Law
Date: January 20, 2016
It occurred to me that readers might have an interest in knowing a bit
about my personal background and interest in law. After all,
doesn’t it sound reasonable to know a little about the author
are reading in order to determine for yourself his competency in the
subject matter about which he writes? Yet for the sake of refraining
from boring you with my mundane story, I’ll attempt to keep
as brief as possible and to stick to the facts.
Educationally, after graduating high school in the top ten percent of
my class, I attended a community college for two years after which I
transferred to a state university where I earned a bachelor of arts
degree in English. My side interests in academic studies during that
time were in history (primarily American history) and philosophy
(mostly Eastern rather than Western). The thought didn’t
me at the time, but as it turned out my primary choices of study would
come in handy later in life.
After graduating from college, I started out in the business world as a
proofreader for an advertising typography shop in a large metropolitan
city in the southwest. Throughout my education and early business life,
there was always a focus on words and their meaning from which I
developed a desire to become a writer. Next to English and literature,
I cultivated a secondary passion in the study of history.
When I was twenty and still in school (circa 1972), it occurred to me
one day (as it
may have to many of you) that the world we live in was quite
artificial, and becoming more so with each passing day. Things were
happening in an ever more rapid pace, and what we learned in school
didn’t seem to always apply in the real world. Something
wasn’t right, and my fascination with history and learning
truth about what happened in the past played a role in my awakening to
what I could sense was going on but couldn’t quite put my
on to understand.
Also during that time I was forming an apolitical stance toward
politics. Neither of the two main political parties had much to offer
in the way of contrast. You were left with a choice between either
tweedle-dee or tweedle-dum. From what I was able to learn from the
newspapers and television, politics was a dirty rotten game and only
crooks and thieves ever became involved in it. What was it that Lord
Acton stated? “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power
In most cases if you voted in the national elections, you held your
nose as you voted for the least repugnant of the candidates. I did that
once, and then stopped voting altogether.
Early on in my young adult life I made up my mind to avoid at all costs
anything to do with lawyers and attorneys, and to steer as clear as I
was able from any involvement in the legal system. From what I was
hearing from others experiences, the courts didn't seem to care much
about the truth of a matter. I didn't know at the time, but it wasn't
Law that they were adjudicating, but rather contract law. No one ever
bothered to teach that
All during this time, whenever I could, I kept my ears open for any
little clue I could gleen about the law and how to avoid becoming
involved in a legal controversy. I tried looking for books about law in
bookstores, but none of them had anything worth reading which would
explain to a layperson in simple everyday terms how the law worked and
what you had to do in order to handle certain situations.
One thing I recall from high school hearing from the son of an attorney
in civics class was that his father had mentioned to him that Admiralty
law was what he should study if he wanted to make it as an attorney.
That always stuck in my mind, and I never forgot about hearing that. I
wondered to myself, “Why Admiralty law? What did that have to
with anything. Wasn’t that about the law of the sea? How many
cases are there concerning the sea?” Obviously, I was quite
about law at the time.
Over the years I picked up tidbits about law and the legal system
usually from individuals with whom I became acquainted. For example,
while I was a member of a religious order, I had occasion during a
brief period of time to work with the superior of the order in the
legal division. I learned from him that the paperwork submitted in any
legal matter was very important, and that usually the party with the
best paperwork prevailed in the matter.
He of course was speaking about more than just the outward appearance
of the neatness of the documents, but more about the substance that
they contained. Cases were won or lost on the effectiveness of the
documentation of evidence supporting the assertion being made. In other
words if a material fact being testified to is not documented, it is as
though the fact never existed.
It wasn’t until 2008 that I began to look more deeply into
studying Law. By that time the resource of the Internet was both a
godsend and a curse. Not only was there good and truthful information
to be found, but there was also half-truths and mythology being spread
around. And some of the latter sounded pretty credible. So I had to
develop a truth detector in order to ferret out what was true and what
was false about what I was finding in my research.
It was during this time that I was looking at having to relinquish my
driver license (because I wasn’t about to stand for being the
victim of extortion by the government) while not being allowed to
register the tags on my car until the problem with the DL was cleared
up. The possibility of losing my means of transportation was incentive
enough to urge me to action and to become more serious and selective in
my research. In other words, I couldn’t afford to make a
in my discernment of the law. I was only interested in finding those
processes that would strike at the jugular vein of my opponent. I
wasn’t interested in pussyfooting around with these mafia
When I learned what the phrase “legal word [or term] of
art” meant, that opened up a whole new avenue of research for
An avenue that I was familar with, having been an English major:
meaning words. That’s when I began to discover that what
courts and the legal system were paying attention to was intimately
involved with the words and the definition of the words being used in
any given matter. In other words, if you don’t understand the
legalese, how do you know what you are attempting to rebut? Or that you
are attempting to rebut anything at all?
There is more to tell, but you are all probably bored to tears by now.
All I can do to encourage each one of you in this effort at studying
Law is to say that once you begin to understand the concepts involved,
it is not that difficult to understand and become competent at Law.
Where most people fail is in being able to identify and document
through sworn testimony the exculpatory facts that would exonerate them
from the false claims being made against them.
There is one last point I would like to bring up. There are resources
on the Beat Traffic Tickets website that will help to begin filling in
some of the missing pieces in your education in Law. Some people are
taking advantage of those resources while others are not. One of the
areas I wish to clarify for you during the course of publishing this
newsletter and in conjunction with articles yet to be written, involve
taking a closer look at some of those specific resources in order to
inspire you to take advantage of them. After all, it is only for your
own benefit that they are mentioned at all.
As always I encourage your feedback, good or bad, as this helps me to
help you correctly understand your process.
Common Law Remedy
The Willing vs. The
Unwilling: Why The Private Mailing List
Date: January 27, 2016
As I mentioned at the end of a previous newsletter (the January 6, 2016
newsletter; subject line: Important Announcement Regarding An Update to
One of Our Publications), I promised to share more about the concept of
the Special Private Mailing List in which subscribers who have
purchased the ebook How
to Handle the Five Scenarios
will be able to share in additional insights and research about the law
as these insights are uncovered and are published there.
It was in January of 2012 when I decided to devote myself full time to
the study of law in order to protect my personal interests from the
continuing financial piracy being orchestrated by the state and federal
governments. During the four years prior to that I had been researching
and studying the legal system haphazardly as it applied to various
issues that faced me.
Back then (in 2012) I could see the writing on the wall in terms of the
direction the political sector of the country was heading, and I began
a more focused examination of the law. As it turned out, fate took hold
later on that year when I was ticketed during the summer for the second
time in three
years, an incident the gist of which is documented in
the Fifth Scenario published in the free Common Law Remedy
report. This time my knowledge of the process was really
going to be
put to a test.
It was the result of that experience that convinced me that I should
record and share some of the research material I had come across and
used in order to help me extirpate myself from that circumstance. The
amount of time it took to investigate properly all the elements
involved that might have a bearing on the matter was enormous. Most
people wouldn’t want to spend the time to carry out such an
investigation much less to contemplate beginning one.
This experience served to illustrate a point that had been made to me
several years prior by one of my mentors. At the time, he pointed out
to me that there were two types of people in the world: those who are
willing and those who are unwilling. Looking at this very simply, it
can be broken down into those who are willing to do the work necessary
in order to obtain a stated goal and those who are not. If a person has
the attitude that they are unwilling to do whatever it takes to achieve
a goal, then I suppose they get what they bargain for.
After much thought and consideration and based upon the most efficient
use of my time, I’ve decided to divide the subscriber mailing
lists into two groups. While all subscribers will receive the general
newsletters being sent out and be able to benefit from the insights
published there, only a select group of subscribers will be entitled to
receive a Special Private Edition of a newsletter that will dig deeper
into the nuanced study of various aspects of the law that are sometimes
touched upon in the general newsletter which may help them to gain a
profound perspective regarding what they wish to achieve using the law.
The way the government courts operate and practice their brand of
so-called “law” these days is not an easy subject
Perhaps that is why there are so few people willing to teach it. And
while I don’t claim to be an expert, from the many hours of
research and contemplation on this subject I’ve been able to
up quite a bit of archaic knowledge which has held me in good stead
regarding those matters in law that I wish to achieve.
Ideally, the best possible scenario for any aspiring student of the law
to achieve would be to have the ability to be able to think about any
given subject of potential controversy and be able to figure out how to
best handle it to one’s own satisfaction. And while at first
glance this may seem like a tall mountain to climb, if a person has
developed the ability to be able to ferret out the facts of a matter
and he also possesses good powers of reasoning, he should be
to use the principles of law that he has already learned (or is in the
process of learning) in order to arrive at a rational approach to any
In the past, when I first started this project, there were not many
visitors to the website who ended up subscribing, and I could keep up
with any inquiries they made as well as questions coming from people
who had purchased the material yet were seeking an educated opinion
about specific issues with which they were having to deal. This also
allowed me to be able to pursue, relatively uninterrupted, other
writing projects connected with the website. But over the past year,
website traffic has increased three fold and subscription rates have
increased 231%. And as more and more people are alerted to the website,
this number will only increase with time.
I can foresee a time when all my time may be taken up just responding
to the many inquiries that arrive, leaving me with little time to
continue my own education much less to be able to continue publishing
new material for readers from which to contemplate and learn. And while
this is not a for-profit business, it is a service for those who
sincerely wish to learn about the law from a reliable source.
Because I don’t consider this project a business and I am not
the business of dispensing “legal advice,” it would
ethically and morally wrong of me to charge a fee for my time, and so I
do not. Aside from that, I cannot guarantee that anyone will understand
the material in the same way that I do, and therefore I cannot take
responsibility for someone else’s shortcomings in applying
suggestions I might offer. As a student of the law, one must take
responsibility for their own actions when using any process, whether
they correctly understood the process or not. Sometimes, an experience
gone south is the best teacher. Which is why I encourage
feedback in order to help them discover where they may have gone wrong.
I have been putting up with the interruptions in my schedule for over a
year now, and I refuse to turn down anyone who has a sincere inquiry
about the law. However, this situation cannot continue if I am now
prepared to begin publishing a newsletter on a more or less regular
While I appreciate the offers of compensation which some people make,
it is my time that is most valuable – given the daily amount
personal chores with which I have to keep up.
What I am
willing to do, for
those who have a sincere desire to learn all they can about the many
options available to them using the law, is to provide them with access
to answers to a variety of questions that have already been asked. This
would be available in the form of a Frequently Asked Questions PDF
which will cover several different issues which can arise, and
should provide readers with a
valuable resource for their own matters. These anecdotal comments will
be gleaned from actual inquiries that I have received and continue to
receive, with the understanding that the actual parties involved will
What this resource will also provide is added insight into specific
nuances of the law which have not been touched upon in the articles or
the general newsletter. Those people who are on the Private Mailing
List will have instant access to this PDF at no cost (that is, once I
am able to collate it and format it into a publication). Others who are
not on the Private Mailing List will have the option of purchasing this
material for a nominal fee. Purchasing this FAQ PDF will not
put anyone on
the Private Mailing List. That still can only be accomplished by
purchasing the How to
Handle the Five Scenarios
ebook or the Discount Package, but it will allow people who are not on
that list access to this resource material. This seems to be the most
fair way that I can imagine to be able to provide answers to
people’s questions while at the same time being compensated
The variety of situations covered and the replies given should provide
readers with an education in the real world application of the common
law to many issues that can come up when dealing with the statutory
jurisdiction. How one handles these matters depends upon their grasp of
the material (the concepts and principles) that they've already
and how well they are able to apply what they have learned about
identifying the real issues in a given circumstance.
Having this resource will allow me to refer subsequent inquirers to
answers that are duplicatable in the material that is covered in this
FAQ PDF. It should also be understood that once a person fulfills the
requirement to be listed in the Private Mailing List (PML), they will
have access to all the past PML newsletters which will be archived for
subscribers use. New subscribers to the PML newsletter will not have
missed a thing that has been previously discussed in the past.
As always, I am open to input or feedback on any issues related to
anything brought up in our communications.
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