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Title : Trick to Judge you (Lakshan)
Author: Lakshan Bandara
Lakshan Bandara

Created Date: 2020-07-26
Last Modified Date: 2020-07-26
Category: Law
Article Code: 111
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People are born equal in nature.
Therefore, no people have rights to judge a fellowman.

Citizens are defined equal under the fictional constitution.

The Constitution of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka states:

"12. (1) All persons are equal before the law and are entitled to the equal protection of the law."

"12. (1) නීතිය පසිඳලීම සහ ක්‍රියාත්මක කිරීම ද, නීතියේ රැකවරණය ද, සර්ව සාධාරණ විය යුත්තේ ය."

If a citizen is not a slave (master-slave relationship) by contract, no other fellow citizen can judge him by default, irrespective of position hold in office.

In Western thinking, People is the master and fictional citizen is slave.
See Figure-1. (click to view in original size)

Therefore, people can judge citizen.
But, citizen (in office of judge) cannot judge people by default.

The message is, a person who assumes the office of fictional Judge, cannot judge you, unless he has jurisdiction over you.

Jurisdiction = Juris + Diction
Juris = Of right; of law
Diction = words and phrases

Jurisdiction = right of words

A court judgment has 5 main elements:
1. Complainer
2. Defendant
3. Judge
4. Legal code
5. Jurisdiction

A judge cannot make judgement without taking jurisdiction over the complainer and defendant.

He gets jurisdiction to judge based on a legal code.

You may have heard a legal principle
"Ignorance of the law is no excuse".
It is in the Bible (Leviticus 5:17)

There's a difference between Nescience and Ignorance.

Nescience (Latin nesciere):
"To not know because knowledge was absent or unattainable."
Example- child, state of child

Ignorance (Latin ignorare):
"To not know even though necessary information is present, because that information has been willfully refused or disregarede."

This legal principle applies to you, only after the person labeled as Judge takes jurisdiction over you.
Then he becomes a Judge.

If there's no jurisdiction over you, there's no court hearing.

For the person labeled as Judge to take jurisdiction over you, you must stand under the legal code.

Stand+Under = Under+Stand = Understand

If you don't understand the legal code, then there's no jurisdiction over you and there's no court hearing.

"Don't understand" and "Ignore" are different.

The fictional legal systems use deception to get control over you.

Submit to them or not, is your choice.

The Constitution of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka states:

"13. (3) Any person charged with an offence shall be entitled to be heard, in person or by an attorney-at-law, at a fair trial by a competent court."

"13. (3) වරදක් සම්බන්ධයෙන් යම් තැනැත්තකුට විරුද්ධව චෝදනා නගනු ලැබ ඇත්තේ ද, ඒ තැනැත්තාට, නිසි අධිකරණයක් විසින් පවත්වනු ලබන සාධාරණ නඩු විභාගයක දී පෞද්ගලිකව ම හෝ නීතීඥවරයකු මගින් හෝ කරුණු ක්‍රියා සිටීමට හිමිකම් ඇත්තේ ය."

Hire an attorney-at-law is optional. It is not personal.

The boss of attorney-at-law is the Judge, not the client.

Customer is not the boss for attorney-at-law.

"in person" means you or your agent (representative).

"Whatever a principal can do for himself, can be done through an agent." is a legal maxim.

The judge sets a trap to get jurisdiction over you.

Your attorney-at-law hooks you to that trap.
See "Ultimate Truth (පරම සත්‍ය) and Relative Truth (සාපේක්ෂ සත්‍ය)" article in Intellect Forum.

If you don't want to be fooled by their trick, better learn their trap. Then you can avoid it.

The initial step in a criminal prosecution, whereby the defendant is brought before the court to hear the charges and to enter a plea.
~ Black's Law 8th Edition ~


At the beginning, the judge asks,

"How do you plea? Guilty or Not Guilty? or No Contest?"
"යුෂ්මතා මෙම චෝදනාවට වරදකරු ද? නිවැරදි කරු ද? තරඟ නොකරනවා ද?"

Your BAR Attorney will nudge you and say:
"enter plea, enter plea, enter plea"

Plea 'Not Guilty' generally means, you deny committing offence.
Therefore, you might say "I'm not guilty"

Wrong answer!

Judge is asking,
"Do you accept the legal code, and plead guilty, not guilty or no contest?"

No matter you say 'Guilty' or 'Not Guilty', or 'no contest',
when making a plea, you give consent to be judged (you agree to be prosecuted) under the legal code.

There's another option in the plea bargain, the judge hides.
Waive your rights.

Correct Answer:
You must object the whole system including legal code.
"I Object to the whole thing"

Judge might ask,
"Why do you object?"

Your answer must be:
"It is not my wish, that it be that way"

This is a millennia old tradition of King's behavior.
A sovereign people of Sri Lanka is a King.

King does not issue direct orders, because king is all powerful.
In order to soften, king wishes for something.
King's wish is the command to subject.
Fictional Judge is your subject.

By that, you are issuing a sovereign verbal command, which cannot be ignored.

It is not a place for the subject to challenge the sovereign.

Sovereign is not obliged to explain himself.


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