View Full Version : How your one vote can nullify an unjust law

03-14-2008, 07:02 AM
People here should understand that you have the power to nullify any law that you deem as unjust, one defendant at a time.

The most important right you have, and one which cannot be taken away can be found on this page:

You are the final boss of all public servants,. and that includes Judges.

Educate everyone you know on the ultimate right - and that is a trial by a jury of your peers. And spread the word that in court, the jury is the boss. If someone comes in and admits on the stand that they did it, but maintains a plea of not guilty you as the jurer can rule him not guilty.

If you like his blue socks, you can rule him not guilty.

If you don't like the law, you can rule him not guilty.

If the judge says you must rule guilty according to the law, you can rule not guilty.

If the trial took too long, you can rule not guilty.

If every other jurer rules him guilty, you can rule him not guilty.

You can rule not guilty for any reason or NO reason.

And no one in the court room is allowed to tell you that.

To the mods - This should be made sticky so that every citizen has this information.

03-14-2008, 07:04 AM

03-18-2008, 02:25 PM
The perverted compromise of having power but not being allowed to know it is a result of the Fugitive Slave Act. Not one defendent was found guilty under that law. So, to protect slavery, they gutted our jury rights.