When you file a suit at common law as a “people,” against the police, magistrates, prosecuting attorneys, etc., who violate your unalienable Rights, you have the vitally important opportunity to serve subpoenas on the defendants. Here’s the type of questions you would ask in a sample subpoena. Read about Trial by Jury and the 7th Amendment.

There’s “legal” law, which is the corporation’s codes, statutes, and ordinances. Then, there’s “lawful” law, which is the law of all of the people, sometimes called the common law, because it protects the common people from the banksters and wealthy elite that are always attempting to deceive us and steal from us.

When you are a “people,” meaning a real man or woman, you have “rights.” You can lay a claim on your rights (counter the presumption that you have consented to your servitude) and put the corporation on notice that you have these rights. People deal with one another lawfully, while the corporate govt.-created “persons” deal with one another legally.

As a people, filing a suit at common law, you are the “court.” The reason you think of the “court” as the government’s court is because they have taken the buildings and jobs over. The bankster-run de facto corporation including TSA, DHS, and other agencies that are masquerading as our de jure constitutional govt. is OCCUPYING America as if it were a third-world country. The information below is talking about “legal” law. But it’s equally applicable to “lawful” law.

Ehow An administrative subpoena is a legally enforceable mandate for an individual to provide information to an official state agency. Courts can order two forms of subpoenas: “ad testificandum” subpoenas and “duces tecum” subpoenas.

The people can subpoena the police, magistrates, etc. to produce docs and testimony
The people can subpoena the police, magistrates, etc. to produce docs and testimony

Administrative subpoenas are an enforcement tool, granting access to specific information that government agencies require to provide effective services to your community.

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