The Common Law Grand Jury by Rodger Dowdell

View HERE.

Related:

100 Years of Law and Justice, Maine State Bar Association, click here.

Page 33 – “Justice Francis W. Sullivan, at the summer meeting at the Samoset, Wednesday morning, August 29, 1956 was asked to speak on Pleading and Practice. There was indeed a lively interest in changing the common law pleadings and procedure. The younger members of the Bar had had virtually no training in common law procedure. Most law schools did not offer a course in it.”

Justice Sullivan states “The Institute of Judicial Administration had found seven common law states – Florida, Virginia, West Virginia, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.”

Common Law is the Law of the People…, click here.

“Where Did The Original Constitutional State Go?” by Author/Researcher Lise Dupont. Talkshoe Live with Guest Lise DuPont:

Archived programs:

08/06/2014 08:10 PM EDT – EPISODE 28

07/23/2014 09:00 PM EDT – EPISODE 27

07/16/2014 09:00 PM EDT – EPISODE 26

07/09/2014 09:00 PM EDT – EPISODE 25

07/02/2014 09:00 PM EDT – EPISODE 24

The Constitution Coalition for Maine,  click here.

Trial by Jury: Common Law, click here.

Is The 1893 Act In Relation To Suits At Law And In Equity Lawful?, click here.

1891 Act Incorporating Maine State Bar Association, click here.

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  1. These are good questions: What Happened to our Original Constitution? and Where did our Original Constitution States go? I have asked two excellent sources these questions. As soon as I get their answers I will be back to post them.

    I will also contact some of the Law Schools to ask why they no longer teach their students “Common Law”. I do know they give “required” courses in “Constitutional Law”. Will get answers and post here.

    • Check out RepublicForTheUnitedStates.org. The answers to your questions are there. The solution to our problems lies in us and our will to enforce our Constitution.

  2. Hi!

    I am eager to learn the answers that you seek.

    The 1875 Resolve destroyed the original constitutional State and brought in Roman Civil Law (code) as opposed to the Common Law.

    The dictator legislature now had control over the “codified” constitution in violation of Article X, Section 4 (original constitution) and via the statutes.

    Since Common Law is no longer taught in the law schools, then how can anyone bring it into the courts?

    They can’t.

    Over time, things changed such as:

    1. No county courts, within and for the county (local control).

    2. No commissioned judges.

    3. No trial by jury of his peers since 1935.

    What are your chances of ever winning in those state-wide courts?

    Very little chance, if any.

    The whole system is “rigged” against the people.

    Suggestion: Stay out of these state-wide courts if at all possible.

    The “powers that be” have a great deal of patience and don’t mind if it takes years to accomplish their agendas.

    They succeed over time slowly but surely.

    We need to take our time and learn what happened to our “original” State and the powers of the people (see Art. 1, Sec. 2).

    It does require spending time, reading and studying.

    Those, who don’t want to, remain uninformed and ignorant.

    Is that what we want?

    The “trailblazing” has already happened. Read my book “Where Did
    The Original Constitutional State Go?” by Lise Dupont.

    It is not all that hard to comprehend. Anyone can learn the concepts presented in the book if they don’t have a brain malfunctioning. Just go slow and absorb the content.

    People are smarter than they think.

    Go for it.

    Thank you!

  3. Hi!

    Here is a little history. Learn from it.

    What does this tell you?

    Parts of the 1868 Inaugural Speech of Governor Worth:

    “In the midst of the progress of these events we are astounded by a proposition, originated by North Carolinians, and brought before Congress under auspices calculated to alarm us, that North Carolina, one of the original thirteen, is no longer a State, but a territory of the United States.

    [This is a definite conquest].

    The scheme proposes that a new Convention be called, the members of which are to be elected by voters with qualifications prescribed by Congress, including negroes, excluded from voting by our Constitution. This Convention, thus elected, is to frame a new Constitution for the District formerly known as the State of North Carolina.

    The Constitution, when formed, is to be approved, not by the people, who are to live under it, but by the Congress of the United States, with power in the Congress to approve, modify, or reject the same: and with a test oath framed with apparent intent to reverse the principle, that the majority of the people to rule.

    The orders of General Sickles, forbidding our Courts to exercise laws which have existed with us and our ancestors for many hundred years, in the face of the previous proclamation of the President, declaring that civil law existed in all the States which had engaged in the late rebellion, astounded the State.”

    Have we lost our “original” State, too?

    Yes, indeed!

    See the definition of State in Title 1, MRS and Title 19-A MRS. They are mentioned in my book – roman numeral page numbers xix and xx.

    This “statutory” state which was “re-codified” in 2013 is nothing more than a “territory” of the United States, an inferior status, as opposed to the “original” constitutional State.

    It is a “conquest” just the same.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine


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