Monday, January 4, 2010

My Constitution, Section 26

Section 26 - Court procedures

The procedures for service of documents and notices, conduct of arraignment and trial, and rules for admissibility of evidence in either criminal or civil trial, shall be as the Reasonable Person would identify as necessary for both rule of law and respect for justice for all parties concerned.
This is to tie procedure to an objective standard that is common to all within the jurisdiction of that court and which is clearly specified for all to see and make judgement against. Again, regular man in his capacity as a Reasonable Person must be able to understand the law he is being made subject to, and also is responsible for judging in his capacity as a voting citizen should he choose to be one.


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