The Constitution of the People Act
By the People and for the Sovereignty of the People. 
of the Commonwealth of Australia.
 
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THE JUDICATURE
CHAPTER THREE;
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Tribune of the Plebes is a Common Law Tribune by and for the Electors;
Shall consist of 25 Electors who must know of the Hansards of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 UK and the Quick and Garran Commentaries and the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 UK and the Magna Carta 1215.
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(1). It shall be subject to Article 61 of the Magna Carta 1215 except that the word Barons shall changed to Tribune of the Plebes.
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(2). This Constitution shall not impair any right which the Head of the Commonwealth may be pleased
to exercise by virtue of the Right to Show Mercy to grant special leave of appeal from the High Court to the Head of the Commonwealth in Council.
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(3). Shall hear any appeal from all Federal and State and Territory Parliaments and the High Court and all other Courts in the Commonwealth of Australia. The decision of the Tribune shall be final.
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HIGH COURT

71 In the name of and on behalf of the Living Souls of Australia the judicial power of the
Commonwealth shall be the authority in a Federal Supreme Court to be called the High Court
of Australia and in such other federal courts as the Parliament creates and in such other courts
as it replaces with federal jurisdiction.
The High Court shall consist of a Chief Justice and a maximum of two other Justices.
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72. The Justices of the High Court and of the other courts created by the Parliament;
 (i.) Shall be appointed by the Head of the Commonwealth in Council.
All Justices so appointed must have the knowledge of this Constitution.
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(ii.) Shall not be removed except by the Head of the Commonwealth in Council on an
address from both Houses of the Parliament, praying for such removal on the ground of
proved misbehavior or incapacity:
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 (iii.) Shall receive such remuneration payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund
of the Commonwealth as the Parliament may fix but the remuneration shall not be
diminished during their continuance in office.
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(iv.) Any Plaintiff or Defendent shall not be charged any court costs by the High Court
of Australia and in such other federal courts as the Parliament creates or any courts the
State or Territory Parliaments create.
(1). The appointment of a Justice of the High Court shall be for a term expiring upon his or
her attaining the age of seventy years and a person shall not be appointed as a Justice of the
High Court if he or she has attained that age.
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(2). The appointment of a Justice of a court created by the Parliament shall be for a term expiring
upon his or her attaining the age that is at the time of his or her appointment the maximum age for
Justices of that court and a person shall not be appointed as a Justice of such a court if he or she
has attained the age that is for the time being the maximum age for Justices of that court.
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(3). Subject to this section the maximum age for Justices of any court created by the Parliament is seventy years.
The Parliament may make a law fixing an age that is less than seventy years as the maximum age
for Justices of a court created by the Parliament and may at any time repeal or amend such a law
but any such repeal or amendment does not affect the term of office of a Justice under an
appointment made before the repeal or amendment.
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(4). A Justice of the High Court or of a court created by the Parliament may resign his or her office
by writing under his or her hand delivered to the Head of the Commonwealth.
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(5). Nothing in the provisions added to this section by the Constitution Alteration (Retirement
of Judges) 1977 affects the continuance of a person in office as a Justice of a court under an
appointment made before the commencement of those provisions.
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(6). A reference in this section to the appointment of a Justice of the High Court or of a court
created by the Parliament shall be read as including a reference to the appointment of a person who
holds office as a Justice of the High Court or of a court created by the Parliament to another
office of Justice of the same court having a different status or designation.
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(7). Shall protect the law abiding Living Souls and passing the correct judgment on offenders.
The offender shall not enter into any agreements and no seeking of any remorse. But the offender
shall be innocent until proven guilty and if guilty must repay the victim to whom the offence was
committed. Shall immediately return that money or goods to the victim.
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(7a). That if any offender plans and secures tools or weapon then proceeds to commit a criminal
act against any Living Soul or any property that is when that person should have shown remorse and
not commit that criminal act.
All persons being charged in all courts shall be given the opportunity for cross examination allowed
to present evidence of witnesses or arguments in their own defence and no person shall be placed in
or on Remand or custody or prison or incarceration as punishment before conviction and or before
the matter has been heard unless the person is a real danger to the community.

The first question to be asked does the Legislation exist to support the case to be heard?
Is the Legislation consistent with any part of the Constitution?
If the Legislation exists and is consistent with the Constitution then the Chief Justice
shall direct the Court to proceed to hear the evidence.
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73. The High Court shall have jurisdiction subject to this Constitution and all attached Acts in this
Chapter Three of this Constitution to hear and determine appeals from all judgments or decrees or
orders by any Magistrates Court or any State Supreme Court and sentences;
(i.) Of any Justice or Justices exercising the original jurisdiction of the High Court:
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(ii.) Of any other federal court or court exercising federal jurisdiction or of the
Supreme Court of any State:
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(iii.) Of Interstate Commission but as to questions of law only:
and the judgment of the High Court in all such cases shall be final and conclusive.
(2). But no exception or regulation prescribed by the Parliament shall prevent the High Court
from hearing and determining any appeal from the Supreme Court of a State or Territory in any
matter in which an appeal shall be directed from such Supreme Court to the High Court.
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(3). Until the Parliament other wise provides the conditions of and restrictions on appeals to the
Head of the Commonwealth in Council from the Supreme Courts of the several States shall be
applicable to appeals from them to the High Court.
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74. No appeal shall be permitted to the Head of the Commonwealth in Council from a decision of
the High Court upon any question how so ever arising as to the limits among themselves of the
Constitutional powers of the Commonwealth and those of any State or States or as to the limits
among themselves of the Constitutional powers of any two or more States unless the High Court
shall certify that the question is one which ought to be determined by the Head of the
Commonwealth who shall issue the certificate for the appeal to the Tribune of the Plebes.
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(1). The High Court may so certify if satisfied that for any special reason the certificate should be
granted and an appeal shall be directed to the Head of the Commonwealth in Council on the
question without further leave.
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(2). An appeal shall be permitted to the Head of the Commonwealth in Council from any court
of any State or Territory or from the High Court or any other federal court in any matter in which
the public interests of the Commonwealth or of any State or Territory shall grant leave to appeal
to the Head of the Commonwealth in Council.
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(3). A convicted person knows that he or she is innocent of a crime the Head of the
Commonwealth in Council shall apply to the High Court to initiate a trail by Grand Jury consisting
of 24 persons chosen from the Living Souls of the State or Territory where the Trail is held.
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(4). Except as provided in this section 74. This Constitution shall not impair any right which the
Head of the Commonwealth may be pleased to exercise by virtue of Head of the Commonwealth
the Right to Show Mercy to grant special leave of appeal from the High Court to the
Head of the Commonwealth in Council.
The Parliament shall not make laws limiting the matters in which such leave may be asked.
But proposed laws containing any such limitation shall be reserved by the Head of the
Commonwealth for the decision of the Tribune of the Plebes CHAPTER THREE; Section 71 (1).

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75. Original jurisdiction of High Court in all matters

(i.) Arising under any treaty or agreement subject to Chapter Three Section 75a:
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(ii.) Affecting consuls or other representatives of other countries subject to
Chapter One Section 44 (i) and Section 51 (29):
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(iii.) In which the Commonwealth or a person suing or being sued on behalf of the
Commonwealth is a party:
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(iv.) Between States or between residents of different States or between a State and a
resident of another State may include Chapter 5, Section 117 of this Constitution:
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(v.) In which a writ issued by a higher court to a lower court (mandamus) or prohibition
or an injunction is sought against an officer of the Commonwealth:

(vi). Against any Company in Australia;
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(vii). To abolish Statute Law or any Legislation not in Section 51 of this Constitution;
75a Agreements and Treaties;
The power to enter into any Agreements and or Treaties is governed both by the domestic
constitutional law of the jurisdiction concerned and by international law. A domestic power to enter
into treaties is meaningless unless Australia is recognized internationally as having the capacity to
enter into treaties.
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The Parliament and the Living Souls shall have a significant impact upon the way the Commonwealth
negotiates and decides to enter into agreements and treaties with foreign Parliaments and Businesses.
The increased importance and constitutional significance of treaties gave rise to concerns that there
was insufficient scrutiny of the treaty making process.
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Shall establish a joint sitting of parliament which shall consist of the Head of the Commonwealth and
the Senate and the House of Representatives being the Parliament;
a) shall scrutinize the making of treaties
b) the preparation and tabling of national interest analyses
c) the increased availability to information about treaties
d) to the Parliament and the Living Souls of Australia
e) the effects of the Agreement or Treaty
f) on all Australian businesses and of farmers forced out of farming and
g) loss of jobs.
of the treaty making process before the tabling of all Agreements and or Treaties
at least 15 sitting days before their ratification.
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There shall be parliamentary and public approval and of the tabling of all agreements and treaties in
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Parliament, before they are ratified. No Agreement or Treaty with any foreign nation or
business shall
be negotiated unless it has the assent by referendum of the People. And only
the Head of the Commonwealth or Deputy 
Head of the Commonwealth will have the authority to sign
and print his or her name at bottom of the Legislation with every letter of the alphabet clearly visible. 

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No member of the Federal Ministry or Senator or member of the House of Representative shall
discuss any matter or come to any agreement with any foreign group or any Foreign country and not
have first called a joint meeting of both Houses of Parliament.
All Treaties and Agreements shall be subject to Chapter One, Part 5 Section 51 (29) of this Constitution.
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76. The Parliament may make laws conferring original jurisdiction on the High Court in any matter;
(i.) Arising under this Constitution or involving it's interpretation:
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(ii.) Arising under any laws made by the Commonwealth of Australia Parliament
Chapter One Part Five: If any Proposed Legislation has no direct relation to Chapter One
Part Five any Subsection of Section 51; the High Court shall appeal to the
Head of the Commonwealth in Council to abolish the Proposed Legislation.
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(iii.) Of Admiralty and maritime jurisdiction within the Coastal Area and international
boundary only and on all sea going vessels whose first port of clearance and whose port
of destination are in the Commonwealth:
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(iv.) Relating to the same subject matter claimed under the laws of different States.
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(1). Financed from the Consolidated Revenue Fund an appeal shall be allowed from an individual or
individuals or any Company in which the Federal Parliament passing Legislation that is not listed
in any of the 39 Subsections of Chapter One Part Five of this Constitution which is an alteration
of this Constitution the High Court shall direct the Head of the Commonwealth to issue the writ to
hold a Double Majority Referendum subject to Chapter Eight Section 128.
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(2). An individual Elector or Group of Electors and at no cost to them may challenge the Parliament
on any Legislation passed that is not listed in Chapter One and Part Five in and of this Constitution
the High Court shall direct the Parliament of Australia to abolish the Legislation.
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(3). The Constitution like every other law is directly binding on every individual and every
Government and Parliament within the Commonwealth.
In the exercise of the duty of interpretation and adjudication not only the High Court but every court
of competent jurisdiction has the right to declare that a law of the Commonwealth or of a State is
void by reason of violating the Constitution.
This a duty cast upon the Courts by the very nature of the judicial function. The Federal Parliament
and the State Parliaments are not sovereign bodies they are legislatures with limited powers and any law
which they attempt to pass in excess of those powers is no law at all.
It is simply a nullity and entitled to no obedience.
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HIGH COURT LEGISLATION DRAFTING COURT.
The words Governor General changed to Head of the Commonwealth.
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SECTION 1; These Sections converted for the, Re-new the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution.
This added section to the High Court shall be known as the;
High Court Legislation Drafting Court.
Shall be no such Parliamentary Drafting Committee.
Member of Parliament shall not be a member of the High Court Legislation Drafting Court Section.
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The High Court Legislation Drafting Court shall consist of two (2) Judges' and ten (10) jurors. The 10 Jurors shall know of and make judgement subject to the Hansards and the Quick and Garran Commentaries of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution and to use the Oxford Dictionary to know what words mean.
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SECTION 2; All Legislation shall relate to a subsection of section 5l of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. Both Houses of Parliament shall debate the proposed Bill through to passing the Bill by both Houses of Parliament.
That every Legislation so to be made shall, within Seven Days from the Date of it being passed by the Parliament, be transmitted by the Head of the Commonwealth to the High Court Legislation Drafting Court, to be there enrolled and recorded. The proposed Legislation shall, within 14 Days from the Date of it being enrolled and recorded shall be examined by the two judges and 10 Jurors and within the 14 days period the two judges and 10 jurors have agreed the proposed legislation is consistent with a subsection of section 51 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution shall be returned to the Head of the Commonwealth who shall Assent to the proposed legislation.
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SECTION 3; lf the proposed Legislation is not consistent with the Constitution or a part of the Legislation is not consistent with the Constitution, the Court shall make recommendations and shall return the proposed Legislation to the Parliament for correction and after the Parliament has completed the corrections the proposed Legislation shall, within Seven Days from the Date of it being passed by the Parliament, the Head of the Commonwealth shall return the proposed Legislation to the High Court Legislation Drafting Court.
The proposed Legislation shall, within the 14 Days from the Date of it being received by the High Court Legislation Drafting Court shall be examined by the two judges and 10 Jurors and within the 14 days period the two judges and 10 jurors have agreed the proposed legislation is now consistent with a subsection of section 51 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution, the Legislation shall be delivered to the Head of the Commonwealth who shall Consent to the Legislation.
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SECTION 4; The signature of the Head of the Commonwealth Assent of the proposed legislation shall be in plain English with every letter of the Alphabet clearly visible and must match the name of the Head of the Commonwealth as printed and such Authority shall immediately take effect and be binding upon all.
The signature of Head of the Commonwealth where every letter of the Alphabet not clearly visible, the Legislation shall not be of any legal force.
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77. With respect to any of the matters mentioned in the last two previous sections 75 and 76 the
Parliament shall use the High Court Legislation Drafting Court for assistence to make laws;
(i.) Defining the jurisdiction of any federal court other than the High Court:
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(ii.) Defining the extent to which the jurisdiction of any federal court shall be exclusive
of that which belongs to or is the jurisdiction in the courts of the States:
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(iii.) replacing the jurisdiction of any court of a State with federal jurisdiction.
78. The Parliament may make laws conferring rights to proceed against the Commonwealth or a State in respect of matters within the limits of the judicial power.
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(1). The Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Commonwealth and the High Court shall
be independent of both Houses of the Parliament and all businesses and individuals to allow
fair judgment and decisions in all matters in this Constitution.
The remuneration payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Commonwealth
leaves some doubt as to the High Court being independent.
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(2). The Commonwealth Parliament Act referred to changes the terminology in a large number of  statutes
of Western Australia.
In broad terms, references to the Crown or to her Majesty are changed to references to the
Governor of the State. The first observation to be made about the Act is that it purports to change
terminology only, not constitutional reality. That is, it does not attempt to alter the relationship
between the Crown and the various bodies contained within the Acts amended.
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There is no constitutional prohibition upon the alteration of the terminology
which refers to the Crown or to her Majesty. Further, the changes of terminology
contained within the Acts Amendment and Repeal (Courts and Legal Practice)
Act 2003 are consistent with constitutional reality.
The Governor is, for constitutional purposes, effectively the Queen's representative in
Western Australia (section 50 State Constitution) and so is, for practical purposes,
"her Majesty"  within Western Australia.
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The "State" is simply another way of  referring to the executive power of the
Crown in right of the State of  Western Australia.

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79. The federal jurisdiction of any court may be exercised by such number of judges as the Parliament prescribes.
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The federal jurisdiction of any court may be exercised by a maximum of two other
Justices and Grand Jury of 25 persons chosen from the community.
A Grand jury of 25 persons chosen from the community is a special jury and may be used to decide
whether there is sufficient evidence to put an accused person on trail.
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80 Trial by jury.
The trial on indictment of any offence against any law of the Commonwealth shall be by jury, and
every such trial shall be held in the State where the offence was committed, and
if the offence was not committed within any State the trial shall be held at such place or places as the Parliament prescribes.
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A Judge is not the Court - but is of the Court a part of the Court. A Court consists of a Judge
and Jury. There is no Court unless there is a Jury. Trial by Jury means Trial by Jury.
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If the Jury finds the Legislation is not part of Chapter One and Part Five the Jury must return a Not Guilty verdict.

If the Judge of a Commonwealth Court finds the Legislation has not been Assented to by the Governor General or is not part of
Chapter One and Part Five and signed by their own hand, the Judge must advise the Jury to return a Not Guilty verdict.
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If the Supreme Court Judge of the State or Territory finds the Legislation of that State or Territory has not been
Assented to by the Governor of that State or the Administrator of the Territory and signed by their
own hand the Judge must advise the Jury of those individual courts to return a Not Guilty verdict.
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The trial of all written accusations of offenses in the jurisdiction of a court by any court established
under the authority of this Constitution shall be by jury and every such trial shall be held in the
State or Territory where the offence has been committed and when not committed within any
State or Territory of Australia the trial shall be held in such State in Australia as
the Parliament prescribes. All accused shall be innocent until proven guilty.
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80:1. The Oath of each Juror.
The members of the empenalled Jurors in a criminal trail shall take the Oath;
You and each of you declare by Almighty God that you will faithfully and impartially try the issues
between the Living Souls of Australia and the accused in relation to all charges brought against the
accused in this trail and give a true verdict according the evidence. 
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The members of the empenalled Jurors in a civil trail shall take the Oath;
You and each of you declare by Almighty God that you will faithfully and impartially try the issues
assess the damages in the cause brought before you for trail or inquiry and give a
true verdict according the evidence. If the Jury finds the Legislation is not part of
Chapter One and Part Five, the Jury must return a Not Guilty verdict.
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JURY RIGHT
80:2.
To bring to your attention one important way our nation's founders provided to insure that
you rule this nation and based on the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.
Not the growing army of politicians and judges and lawyers and bureaucrats.
To focus on the rule of power you possess as a Juror and how you got it and why you have it and
remind you of the basis on which you must decide not only the facts placed in evidence but also
the validity or applicability of every law and rule and regulation and ordinance or instruction given
by any man or woman seated as a judge or attorney when you serve as a Juror.
One Juror can stop tyranny with a not guilty vote.
He can nullify bad law in any case by hanging the Jury.
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The first question to be asked does the Legislation exist to support the case to be heard?
Is the Legislation consistent with any section of the Constution?
If the Legislation exists and is consistent with the Constitution, then the Cheif Justice shall direct the court to proceed to hear the evidence.

The three basic questions;
(1). The jury has the right to know the Powers of the Parlaiment in or of this Constitution, 
(2). The jury has the right to judge that of any Legislation relates to any subsections of section 51.
(3). The jury has the right to judge has the Federal or State Parliament passed any Legislation.
The jury has the right to determine the above 3 questions before the Evidence can be presented.
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The jury has the right to judge both the law as well as the fact in controversy.
The jury has the right to determine both the law and the facts.
The law itself is on trial quite as much as the cause which is to be decided.
The pages of history shine on instances of the jury's exercise of its prerogative to disregard
instructions of the judge.
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No person shall enter the Jury Room and speak to or threaten any Member of the Jury;
No member of the Jury shall be subjected to any harassment or pressure from;
any other member of the Jury or Forman,
any member or Judge of the court or
the authoritarian powers of the Parliament,
the Central criminal Court,
the presiding Justice,
the Lord Mayor or other Mayors,
all united in matter of law for the trial;
and if the jury finding against the direction of the court in matter of law that if the judge having
heard the evidence given in court shall not tell the jury of the Court that upon this evidence you
are under the pain of fine or imprisonment to find as directed by the court for the judge knows
only the Statute Law.
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The clearest position is both for law and for reason. The power of the jury to determine its
verdict free and unshackled is supreme. The Court has no power to dictate the jury's verdict.
That one of the strongest powers in government is in the jury room.
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The 12 Members of the Jury shall each be free persons having the absolute right to the judgment
they have decided. No Jury shall ever yield their rights and their liberty shall not be for sale.
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If the Jury takes longer then one day will be provided free to each of them accommodation
with toilet and food till they have made their final decision.
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The Living Soul or Living Souls being charged shall be the first consideration by the Jury that the
decision must be 100% correct because it is a persons life and income and trauma to that person
and the family.
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Any Living Soul strongly protesting his or her innocence the Jury must give a not guilty verdict.
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The victims of or to the crime shall also have equal consideration by the Jury that the decision must
be 100% correct because it is trauma to the victims family.
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Each of the Jurors must understand the Law under which the Living Souls are being judged.
Each of the Jurors shall receive a copy of the Law under which the Living Souls are being judged.
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In such a trail the Living Souls judge of and determine their liberties against the Parliament instead
of the Parliament judging of and determining it's own powers over the Living Souls.
Those who deny the right of a jury to protect an individual in resisting an unjust law of the
Parliament deny him all defence against oppression.
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The Head of the Commonwealth shall require the opinion in writing of the principal officer in each
of the departments of the Judiciary and Head of the Commonwealth shall have power to grant
reprieves and pardons for offenses against Australia except in cases of impeachment.
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Plaintiff or defendant choice of representative.
80:3. Magistrates Court Act 1989 section 38:
A party to a criminal proceeding may appear;
a). personally or;
b). by a legal practitioner or other Living Soul empowered by law to appear for the party or;
c). in the case of the informant who is a member of the police force or by a police prosecutor or
d). if the proceeding was commenced by the filing by a prescribed Living Souls or a member
     of a prescribed class of Living Souls or by any other member of the
     prescribed class of Living Souls.

80:4. Magistrates Court Act 1989 section 39:
Representation;
a). If a defendant is charged with an offence punishable by imprisonment and;
b). the defendant is un-represented on his or her first appearance before the court in respect of
     the charge the court must;
c). ask the defendant whether he or she has sought legal advice and
d). if satisfied that the defendant has not had a reasonable opportunity to obtain legal advice shall
     grant an adjournment if so requested by the defendant.
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80:5. Plaintiff or defendant choice of representative;
Living Souls presiding in any State or Territory within Australia shall not deny to the plaintiff
or defendant the right of representation of their choice upon the presentation to the said Living Soul
this Constitution donating power that confers upon a donee the right of representation of their
choice to either act on behalf of the donor or to co-represent with the donor in the donor's matter.
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There shall be no requirement for the Living Souls presiding to demand the plaintiff or defendant to
request a legal representative who is a member of the Bar.
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Subject to Section 117 of the Constitution; No lay Living Soul or second lay Living Soul or plaintiff
or defendant shall not be evicted from the court or incarcerated or arrested and or charged with
contempt of court for not using a legal representative as suggested by the Judge or magistrate.
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A second lay Living Soul being a friend or family member or associate who is available and
sufficiently competent to be the Plaintiffs representative.

80:6. This Constitution shall not provide Legal Immunity;
Any Barrister or Lawyer or magistrate for trail work may be sued for legal negligence and shall not
be immune from suit for allegedly negligent acts or omissions committed in court in the conduct of
civil or criminal litigation or committed out of court but leading to a decision affecting the
conduct of a case in court.
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If the Living Souls are to have ability to exercise their power as the holders of the sovereignty of
the Commonwealth of Australia then we require the supreme right to administer and exercise justice
and no Justice or Judge or Magistrate shall be immune from suit.
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All files listed below including all Legislative Acts mentioned in these files shall be a part
of this Constitution and the basis of all Legislation in and of and for Australia.

80:7.

The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.

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The general misconception is that any statute or ordinance passed by legislators bearing the
appearance of law constitutes the law of the land. Legislation that is not in Chapter One and Part Five
shall be put to a Referendum Chapter Eight of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.
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(1). The Constitution is the supreme law of the land and any Legislation to be valid must be in
agreement. It is impossible for a law which violates the Constitution to be valid.
All Legislation which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void.
When rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or
legislation which would repeal them.
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(2). The general rule is that an unconstitutional statute or ordinance though having the form and name
of law is in reality no law but is wholly void and ineffective for any purpose since unconstitutionality
dates from the time of its enactment and not merely from the date of the decision so branding it.
No one is bound to obey an unconstitutional law and no courts are bound to enforce it.
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(3). The Chief Justice and Justice and Judge and Magistrate and all members of any Jury shall study
Chapter One and Part Five of  The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.
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(4). All Living Souls before considering going to court shall arrange for a meeting between
themselves and endeavor to settle any differences.
All Living Souls shall be responsible for their individual safety shall not involve any court and or
jury action to secure payment from any source for their individual actions or to create an accident for
the purpose to secure Compensation.
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Bill of Rights 1689
Magna Carta [1215]
Enterprise Based Conservation
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