What Constitution Should I Use?
Using the Federal Constitution in state court is a bad for a Nebraskan.
Only a 14th amendment citizen can use the Federal constitution, or Federal case opinions in state court. The use of such is communicating that you are a US subject, (14th amendment citizen).
If a state citizen (non US citizen) is in Federal court he can use them without compromising his independence, providing he gives notice of his state citizenship.
When in state court only use state case opinions and state constitutions.
Being a ‘Nebraskan’ is the same as state citizen.
A ‘STATE OF NEBRASKA’ citizen is a federal citizen, for this ‘STATE’ is defined as a federal possessions in Nebraska.
Oh what a web they have weaved, look the many they have deceived.
Click HERE to view the list of foundational information created by Lawyer Paul John Hansen to aid in independence from the US System.