Jury Nullification

GrokTALK! January 25th, 2014 With Ian Underwood

by Steve MacDonald January 29, 2014
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If you only have time to listen to one segment, this is it. Ian Underwood joins us to take the distractions out of the debate (almost any debate, actually); words mean something and if you are going to keep changing the meanings of words there is no reason to even write laws and no reason […]

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GrokTALK! January 25th, 2014 With Senator Bob Smith, Chairman Ed Naile, and Special Guest Ian Underwood

by Steve MacDonald January 26, 2014
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Individual segments added! This week we talk about Harrell Kirstein, the Free State Project, Vote Fraud, Jury Nullification, keeping the bacon here so you don’t need legislators to bring it home, Geoff Wetrosky, what words mean, illegal immigrants, absentee ballots, why laws might not matter (and a lot more), and we do that with Senator […]

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They Can’t Criminalize Us After The Fact – Ex Post Facto Legislation Prohibited

by Mike December 30, 2012

Remember those powerful clauses in the Bill of Rights with words like “Congress shall make no law….”, “Congress shall not infringe…”? Well there are other equally powerful clauses right up front in Article I which deserve our attention as DiFi, Mario Junior (Andrew Cuomo), and BarryO talk about criminalizing guns that we have already obtained […]

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Big win in federal court for jury nullification movement and activist

by Tim Condon April 23, 2012

    This is big news for the Fully Informed Jury Association (FIJA.org), as well as its New Hampshire affiliate where FIJA activism has been energetic for years, and where the state legislature’s majority Republicans generally support the effort. Read this, from Newsday on April 19, 2012: “NY judge tosses out jury nullification charges” “NEW YORK – […]

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Jury Nullification Bill In NH Senate

by Steve MacDonald May 31, 2011

The New Hampshire Senate will be voting on HB 146 this week, a bill that would give the jury in any trial the power of nullification.

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An article on the absolute right of Jury Nullification.

by Tim Condon April 27, 2011

Seving on a jury should be viewed as a form of liberty guerrilla warfare in the current "soft" or cold war between the forces of liberty and the forces of tyranny….We must close with the enemy and battle him in every arena, including in the courtroom. Give Leviathan no safe place, no place to let […]

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New Hampshire and the Sacred Power of Jury Nullification

by Tim Condon February 22, 2011

What appears immediately below is a text of an email I have sent to three lawyers I know on the State House Judiciary Committee. All voted in committee against the right of juries to know about their historic and uncontested right to nullify laws and/or actions of government that are unjust: My friends…I have got to […]

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