Hawaii Common Law Grand Jury

B6CHaSfCIAEWgC3We, as people, must remember that our forefathers gave us the ultimate veto power to use when the government fails us. The common law jury is our last protection against tyrannical law and an out of control government that only pays lip service to our rights and their oath of office. It is the duty of the jury to correct these indiscretions.

The trial jury has more power than Congress, the President, or even the Supreme Court because they have the final veto power over all “acts of the legislature.”

It is also the responsibility of the juror to insist that his/hers vote be respected by all other members of the jury. The juror is not there to agree with the majority, but to act as a qualified judge to see that justice is done. Each juror must step forward to protect all innocent Americans from unjust laws.

It is strongly urged that all people log on to the many internet sites which describe and define jury rights and the rights of jury nullification. Remember, if you do not exercise your rights you don’t have any!

**IF IT’S NOT A RUNAWAY, IT’S NOT A REAL GRAND JURY

“The doings of American grand juries are notoriously misunderstood and unknown by most sectors of

the public.[1] Generally, the grand jury process escapes obscurity only when indictments are made

public and when, for whatever reason, grand jury “leaks” are disclosed in the news media.[2] In theory,

the grand jury is supposed to act as a check on the government — a people’s watchdog against arbitrary

and malevolent prosecutions.[3] By and large, however, federal grand juries rarely challenge federal

prosecutors….Today’s “runaway” grand jury is in fact the common law grand jury of the past. Prior to the emergence of governmental prosecution as the standard model of American criminal justice, all grand juries were in fact “runaways,” according to the definition of modern times; they operated as completely independent, self-directing bodies of inquisitors, with power to pursue unlawful conduct to its very source, including the government itself.[7]”

**CONSTITUTION OF A COMMON LAW GRAND JURY –  LEX NATURALIS DEI GRATIA  

“It is the Duty of the Grand Jury, if anyone’s unalienable rights have been violated, or removed, without a legal sentence of their peers, from their lands, home, liberties or lawful right, we [the twenty-five] shall straightway restore them. And if a dispute shall arise concerning this matter it shall be settled according to the judgment of the twenty-five Grand Jurors, the sureties of the peace.

A legal maxim – every right when with-held must have a remedy, and every injury it’s proper redress”

** Grand Jury Handbook  

“COMMON LAW IS COMMON SENSE

The question each jurist must ask themselves is: “Is there an injured party?” There is a Common Law principle which states that for there to be a crime, there must first be a victim (corpus delecti); the state cannot be the injured party. In the absence of a victim, there can be no crime. This is what the grand jurist must discover.”

**BAR Facts:  Why you don’t want and attorney  

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** Trial by Jury, an essay by Lysander Spooner

“FOR more than six hundred years – that is, since Magna Carta, in 1215 – there has been no clearer principle of English or American constitutional law, than that, in criminal cases, it is not only the right and duty of juries to judge what are the facts, what is the law, and what was the moral intent of the accused; but that it is also their right, and their primary and paramount duty, to judge of the justice of the law, and to hold all laws invalid, that are, in their opinion, unjust or oppressive, and all persons guiltless in violating, or resisting the execution of, such laws.”

** Writ of Quo Warranto: We The People Decree… (click for PDF attachment)

A writ, in the nature of a writ of right for the king, against him who claimed or usurped any office, franchise, or liberty, to inquire by what authority he supported his claim, in order to determine the right.

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