Community Law Courts

We have lawful and legal knowledge so we can apply our knowledge to assist any man or woman who finds themselves entangled at legalise courts i.e. Magistratesā€™, Crown, County, Family and the Court Of Protection. In the very near future, any man or woman ought to have the right to transfer any case that has been made against them at the legalese courts to the Community Law Courts. Even before that happens, we can disqualify paperwork and we have put in counterclaims for any perceived loss, harm or injury claims....

Justices of the Peace

As donations come in for our Community Law Courts, the aim is for us to have at least ten Justices Of The Peace in every town working full time and at least twenty-six in cities. Justices Of The Peace telephone number to call will be ā€˜133ā€™ . Justices Of The Peace come from Statute Of Northampton 1328 and of the constitutional act of Justices Of The Peace act of 1361. Therefore these two pieces of legislation we believe are the basis of keeping the peace in all communities and cities....

Lawful Advocacy

What is lawful advocacy? Lawful advocacy is a new term that the Community Law Courts coined. For us the definition of lawful advocacy is the capacity to have knowledge of both legalese system and of the lawful system and to have the skills and aptitude to operate between the two jurisdictions and to be able to respond to both those jurisdictions according to the facts of any particular claim. For the application of lawful advocacy is extremely broad....