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Common Law Maxims

Maxims of Common Law

We hold these truths ...

The Light of Liberty's Lamp

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Self-Evident Truth

This class provides truths judges are obligated to obey.

Maxims are brief statements of truth.

Self-evident truth.

Truth that's always true in every situation.

Truth about which no "reasonable" person can disagree.

Click letter "R" above to learn about the "reasonable man".

Some books claim to publish "legal maxims", but what they say is not self-evident nor is it true in every situation all of the time. They are not true maxims. Courts will ignore them. You should avoid them.

Maxims say what's right and fair and just and always true.

Our justice system is founded on them. Every judge must obey.

Courts that refuse to honor maxims are unjust by definition.

Here are maxims you can use to get your way in court!

Includes

  • Self-Evident Truths
  • Liberty
    • Liberty to All
    • Preference to None
  • Safety of the People
    • The Supreme Law
    • Safety of Each Individual
  • Legitimacy of Government
    • Where Law Unknown
    • State Subject to Law
  • Judges and Courts
    • Hearing Both Parties
    • The People's Power
    • Burden of Proof
  • Testimony and Evidence
    • The Essential Oath
    • Believability
    • Certainty of Evidence
  • Civic Duty
  • Private Property
    • Right to Enjoy
    • Sacred & Inviolate
    • Home is a Castle
  • Civil Rights
    • Self-Incrimination
    • Presumption of Innocence
    • Double Jeopardy
  • Administration of Justice
  • Judicial Reasoning
    • Common Usage
    • Interpretation of Words
  • Crime and Punishment
    • Self-Defense
    • Severity of Punishment
    • Price for Perjury
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz

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