Landmark Case may Show Federal Courts have No Jurisdiction over Most Americans - Report
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A recent case that went all the way to the federal Supreme Court may have massive implications for you as an ordinary American. There are 2 kinds of federal trial courts: those of general jurisdiction (territorial, personal and subject-matter jurisdiction) and those of limited jurisdiction (subject-matter jurisdiction only). It turns out that federal courts can only exercise authority - for cases involving general jurisdiction - if they are located in Federal Territory, i.e. inside the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands, etc. If you live outside of these areas in any one of the 50 states of the Union, the Federal Government may have severely limited jurisdiction over you! Find out the details and how to use them to gain more freedom. Report.
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