Jurisdiction can be challenged at any time by filing a counterclaim in a court of record. An example can be found on 1215.org or you can gain access to the member forum where there are numerous example of counterclaims that have been filed in court. When you specify a court of record in your opening paragraph, that makes the court a court of record.
There is specific language that must be used. You can also read the case reference page that shows many of the cases that we include in the law of the case. You must specify the law of the case in your documents. We usually include it as an exhibit, since we try to limit the paperwork to 15 pages, which is typical. Sometimes we go over, but since you are the sovereign of your court, you can accept overages if you so choose.
There are a couple of ways that you can gain access to the member forum. The first is to pay the $30 annual dues. You must notify me when you do pay the dues so I know which user to tie the payment to. The second way you can gain access is to volunteer to be a Constitutional Marshal of the de jure united states of America. We are recruiting 1,000,000 marshals to enforce the common law. The biggest danger to our republican form of government are judges who commit felonies against people every day. To arrest those judges, we need marshal, because obviously the police and FBI won’t do it.
By volunteering to serve as a marshal, you will be helping to defend the republic. Any veteran should step forward, since all veterans are still on their oath to uphold and defend the Constitution for the united states of America. Once we have arrested the first few criminal judges, things will change rapidly throughout the united states of America so you will not have to go through filing a counterclaim for getting a speeding ticket, because all you will have to do is tell the cop you do not consent on the side of the road and he will stop his attack against you.
If you take the oath of office for Marshal, you will be promoted to Contributing Member and have free access to the Member forum. If you are going to take the oath, contact me and I can witness your oath over the phone. You also must have three more witnesses. There are specific instructions for signing the oath, which I will post soon, but I do not have those instructions up yet.
M. R. Hamilton