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Common Law Grand Jury

Florida Grand Jury

It is a lawful body, based on natural rights. 

  • It requires 25 barons in accordance with article 61 of the Magna Carta, dated 1215.

  • It was agreed by the English barons with king John. It was used as a foundational common law tool by the 13 colonies in America and is still in force today; most recently Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia affirmed the GJ’s supremacy in US vs Williams in 1992.

  • Its purpose is to stand between the accused and accuser to allow the lawful process to determine a true bill or no bill based on a presentment provided to 25 barons of the common law grand jury.

  • When a de Jure People’s assembly is unsuccessful with a Petition for Redress of Grievance (PFROG) or other lawful notices, it may refer a presentment  to the Grand Jury for further action.

  • The Grand Jury may or may not take a presentment under consideration depending on the merits of a claim.

  • An investigation may ensue under the oversight of 4 administrative investigators . 

  • It may find that the facts merit a true bill , in which case it would generate a probable cause or even an indictment to be issued.

  • The case would then be considered by 12 jurors, and deliberations would be kept secret.

  • Last, but not least, a Grand Jury has the duty and obligation to regularly audit all functions of government and render a report about its findings.

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