INSTRUCTIONS:  1.2.  Become a Responsible Juror
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"Government is established for the protection of the weak against the strong. This is the principal, if not the sole motive for the establishment of all legitimate government. It is only the weaker party that lose their liberties, when a government becomes oppressive. The stronger party, in all governments are free by virtue of their superior strength. They never oppress themselves. Legislation is the work of this stronger party; and if, in addition to the sole power of legislation, they have the sole power of determining what legislation shall be enforced, they have all power in their hands, and the weaker party are the subjects of an absolute government. Unless the weaker party have a veto, they have no power whatever in the government and…no liberties… The trial by jury is the only institution that gives the weaker party any veto upon the power of the stronger. Consequently it is the only institution that gives them any effective voice in the government, or any guaranty against oppression." Lysander Spooner

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  1. Section I: An Handbook for Jurors
    1. Jury Duty
    2. You Are Above the Law!
    3. Jury Rights
    4. Law Of The Land
    5. Ten Commandments
    6. Communist Manifesto
    7. Give Up Rights?
    8. Jury Tampering?
  2. Section II: Give Me Liberty...
    1. Patrick Henry Shocked
    2. Jury of Peers
    3. Freedom For William Penn
    4. Jefferson's Warnings!
    1. Index To The Documents
    2. Index To the Unanimous Declaration
    3. Index To The Constitution Of The United States
    4. Index To The Amendments To Constitution Of The United States
    5. The Declaration Of Independence
    6. The Constitution
    7. The Bill Of Rights

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Another crucial aspect of being a responsible juror is to ensure that you respond properly to all jury summons from both the State and Federal governments.  Most state and federal jury summons ask if you are a “U.S. citizen” and tell you that if you aren’t, you can’t serve on jury duty.  What they are doing, in effect, is to say:

“Serving on jury duty is a taxable privilege.  If you don’t want to be a slave of the state by claiming to be a U.S. citizen and thereby making yourself responsible to pay taxes, then we’re going to deny your fundamental right to serve on a jury.”

Therefore, you should respond to the jury summons by saying one of the following:

  • You are a “non-citizen national” as defined in 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(21) and 8 U.S.C. 1452 and not a statutory “U.S. citizen” as defined in 8 U.S.C. 1401, and so are the vast majority of other persons serving on the jury duty, and that it is a fraud to permit others who are not legitimate U.S. citizens from serving on the jury.  If they are going to disqualify you, then they have a duty to disqualify most other prospective jurors as well, and that they have a duty to ask those jurors whether they were born in the federal United States and explain what that means.
  • Put an asterisk next to the term “U.S. citizen” and at the bottom of the summons explain exactly what you mean as follows:

    “U.S. citizen” in this case means “national” as defined in 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(21) and 8 U.S.C. 1452.  However, it does not mean:

    -A statutory "U.S. citizen" as defined in 8 U.S.C. 1401

    -A person born or naturalized in the federal United States.