Let’s take the example of a police officer. If someone claims that they saw you shoot a criminal, and you say, “I don’t remember,” you would be guilty of making a false statement under oath. Even if you did remember, you would still be guilty of lying. The same thing goes for taking the sovereign citizen examination.
In 1994, United States Supreme Court Justice William M. Patterson wrote an article, “When a Witness Testifies Against Himself.” The article is about how you must protect yourself, even if the prosecutor has proven your innocence. To do this, you need to be honest.
He said, “If a witness is identified by the prosecution as testifying against himself or against another person, he cannot use the first person evidence to justify his testimony.” This means that you cannot tell the police that you saw your neighbor robbing another man and tell them that you were just watching him, and then say, “I didn’t see it, but I heard him say that he did.”
It’s easier to say that you didn’t hear him say it than it is to tell the truth. You need to protect yourself when you’re being questioned about things that you didn’t see, and can’t explain. You need to protect yourself against a perjury conviction.
It’s important for students need to protect themselves, because they are under investigation. They must know that they have rights under the law, and they need to know that the prosecution is not allowed to use these rights to help put the student in jail. It is your responsibility to be sure that you’re telling the truth, under oath.
On the other hand, if the police officer was actually on the scene, and you don’t know what happened, you may still feel uncomfortable saying anything, because of the security forces and what you would say, or what other students say. You must remember that the sovereign citizens are simply trying to find a way to attack the system, and that the police are just trying to run from them.
If the police officer was trying to stop the crime, and you actually saw him doing his job, then the problem is with the police. This is a conspiracy theory, but it is real, and it could help you get out of trouble, or worse.
In today’s world, we need to be sure that our fellow citizens are free to do what they want, without fear of persecution. However, it’s difficult for some people to do this, especially if you’re a sovereign citizen. When it’s your time to stand up and be counted, you need to be ready.
For example, many people are afraid of being taken for a ride, so they hire people who they think will actually help them. However, it doesn’t matter what they say, as long as they aren’t giving you any proof. They only make it harder for you to fight back, because they are afraid of confronting you.
If you’ve committed a crime, and you’re feeling intimidated by a person, ask them for helpif they have any. If they refuse, you’ll be even more intimidated, and they’ll probably use fear tactics. You should always be wary of anyone who asks you for money, to get you to give up your rights.
If you’re looking for legal advice about standing up for yourself, getting out of trouble, or any other reason, I can help you with a free consultation to help you see the case law. Call me for a consultation today!