Monday, December 11, 2017
Tonight on T. S. Radio with Marti Oakley: Abolishing Probate #10: Intro into [Constitutionsal] Right to Jury
5:00 pm PST … 6:00 pm MST … 7:00 pm CST … 8:00 pm EST
Join Marti Oakley, Luanne Fleming and Randal Stone as we host Dr. C. Eric Durand and learn a thing or two about due process and our right to a trial by jury that is prohibited in most states' administrative tribunals, otherwise know as "PROBATE" courts.
BIO: I'm a Who's Who In America Physician and Law Professor, 3+ Doctorates (Psychology, Theology, Law) with Professional Degrees and Board Certifications. Enlisted in the USN-1982; Enrolled in the USArmyROTC in 1989 (Still, technically, a member and on Active Reserve with a J.A.G. and Medical Officer MOS)...Written several books, studied, taught and administered at several Colleges and Universities
What are the requirements for meeting due process?
How could these jury's affect guardianship/probate?
In most every state, are administrative tribunal statutes written to prohibit jury trials?
"The trial jurys and grand jurys that are functioning in our courts today are also "citizens grand jurys", they belong to and are comprised of the citizens of this country. While there are provisions of law to form independent jurys, for example in emergency circumstances, there are also some very important lawful thresholds/requirements that attach thereto in order to legitimize those activities, and give them the power of law.
Most of our research has concluded that the petitioning of our currently sitting grand (12 or more) jurys is where the jurisdiction currently resides, and their involvement in the process is primary/requisite to legitimacy, efficiency, and a necessary element to the peace and security of the nation. (in addition to some of the concocted "private form a jury" ideas being basically virtual legal suicide, and a danger to anyone involved---not necessarily beneficial to anyone, and a virtual life sentence behind bars).
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