A system devised by man for the sole purposes of creating a forum in which the Common Law, the Law of Conscience, can flourish and function in the resolution of controversies, and in the determination and application of justice. The heart of this Common Law System is a Common Law jury of twelve randomly selected from the community in order to maximize the probability that, by each individual juror being loyal to his own conscience, the jury will represent the conscience of the community as a whole. Any system, or the aspect of a system, that suspends or interferes with the reasoning power and conscience of a juror is not a common law system, or any part thereof.


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