Jury Administrators

We are building Common Law Jury Administrations in all 3,133 United States Counties. We will need four (4) Administrators per county with a total of about 13,000 positions to be filled Nationwide. Salaries depend upon experience and range from $45,000 to $130,000 per year.

In order to apply for these positions you will need to print the following Administrators_Vow.pdf notorize and mail it to the address supplied (You must chose a committee on the vow).

In order to qualify for these positions you will need to take the following free courses:

  1. Civics course, click the “Civics Course” link above, make sure to check the box to become an “Administrator” when signing up to the course.
  2. Administrative training and the Constitution class; this class will be added to our existing civics course
  3. Additionally all administrators are to take on a leadership role in NLA now by joining one of the following committees or found a new committee or group that NLA can sponsor.
  • FAQ Committee
  • Investigative/Response committee
  • Geek Squad Committee
  • JADE HELM Committee
  • NLA Affiliations Committee
  • Common Law Advisory Committee
  • Sheriff candidate Committee
  • Welcoming committee

Positions will be filled by the first four people to complete the above requisite in your county.

Comments

lawman2's picture

Hooray! I just finished the Civics Course. I can now start reading all of the NLA papers, law documents, and memorandums.

Ron Flick's picture

Missouri is leading the nation, second only to Pennsylvania, but soon to be passing shortly in members who have these classes under their belt. So many members, who have started this class, need to finish the Constitution Class and it could be done so in a weekend...and so much is gained in doing so. Saving the nation CAN NOT be done, if we who are doing the saving haven't read and studied the law of the land. There is a lot more to it than Free Speech, being armed and refusing to speak in the jury box.  At least you have that Right to do so....you have the right NOT TO SPEAK in the jury box and take the 5th. A bureaucrat; i.e. hired servant, elected official, the only Constitutional employee and employers who qualify as such,....someone who is paid from your taxes,.....in their capacity, DOES NOT HAVE THAT RIGHT, but they take it anyway and our courts let them get away with it, because WE the People are too ignorant of our Constitution to know that they don't have THAT RIGHT and so we sit in silence.....dumb and stupid and wonder why our nation is in the bad shape that it is.  Fact is, according to the Militia Act of 1791, presently we have 57,000,000 Militia Age men between the ages of 17-45. [1 IN 5 PEOPLE WALKING THE STREETS]. They have TWO (2) duties to perform:   To protect the Constitution and the people from enemies FOREIGN and DOMESTIC. Our Public Fool System has educated them on neither!  The First Duty (Right) requires them to be armed and trained to use that arm should duty call; should their County Sheriff need their assistance to put down an insurrection or help out in a natural dissaster. What percentage of this age group is Constitutionally aware of this duty?? The Second Duty (RIGHT) (RESPONSIBILITY) is for them to be knowledgeable in the law of the land; the Constitution. Again...what percentage of this age group is Constitutionally aware that it is their duty as an American Citizen to know what the Constitution says?  Do we have any members who fall into this age group who are ignorant of their Constitutional duties as an American Citizen in the land of the Free and the Home of the Brave?  One weekend to learn the Supreme law of the land. Is that too much to ask?

Good Work David

lawman2's picture

Ron, you are so right about people needing to finish these courses. I personally believe the Civics course would benefit anyone, even those memebers of NLA not wanting to be CLCGJ Administrators. I especially like Bill Thornton's five lectures on Common Law. Here is a quick outline of the Civics course, for those interested.
"This free course covers American History, the Constitution, Common Law, History of the Jury and the Hidden History of America. This course is about 120 hours, with 159 parts and about 600 questions. "

  • 5,000 year leap, by w. Cleon Skousen; 28 parts
  • Constitution Class; by Michael Badnarik; 20 parts
  • Constitution; by Carl Miller; 3 parts
  • Americanism, John Birch Society; 1 part
  • Individualism -vs- Collectivism, by G Edward Griffin; 1 part
  • Introduction to Common Law lecture, by Bill Thornton; 3 parts
  • Common law procedure lecture, by Bill Thornton; 15 parts
  • Common law lecture, court of record, by Bill Thornton; 15 parts
  • Common law lecture, motions, by Bill Thornton; 16 parts
  • Show me the Law, by Bill Thornton; 3 parts
  • Trial by Jury, by Lysander Spooner; 21 parts
  • American History, by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.; 17 parts
  • Understanding the Conspiracy, by G Edward Griffin; 16 parts

 

Ron Flick's picture

Missouri is leading the nation, second only to Pennsylvania, but soon to be passing shortly in members who have these classes under their belt. So many members, who have started this class, need to finish the Constitution Class and it could be done so in a weekend...and so much is gained in doing so. Saving the nation CAN NOT be done, if we who are doing the saving haven't read and studied the law of the land. There is a lot more to it than Free Speech, being armed and refusing to speak in the jury box.  At least you have that Right to do so....you have the right NOT TO SPEAK in the jury box and take the 5th. A bureaucrat; i.e. hired servant, elected official, someone who is paid from your taxes,.....in their capacity, DOES NOT HAVE THAT RIGHT, but they take it anyway and our courts let them get away with it, because WE the People are too ignorant of our Constitution to know that they don't have THAT RIGHT and so we sit in silence.....dumb and stupid and wonder why our nation is in the bad shape that it is.  Fact is, according to the Militia Act of 1791, presently we have 57,000,000 Militia Age men between the ages of 17-45. [1 IN 5 PEOPLE WALKING THE STREETS]. They have TWO (2) duties to perform:   To protect the Constitution and the people from enemies FOREIGN and DOMESTIC. Our Public Fool System has educated them on neither!  The First Duty (Right) requires them to be armed and trained to use that arm should duty call; should their County Sheriff need their assistance to put down an insurrection or help out in a natural dissaster. What percentage of this age group is Constitutionally aware of this duty?? The Second Duty (RIGHT) (RESPONSIBILITY) is for them to be knowledgeable in the law of the land; the Constitution. Again...what percentage of this age group is Constitutionally aware that it is their duty as an American Citizen to know what the Constitution says?  Do we have any members who fall into this age group who are ignorant of their Constitutional duties as an American Citizen in the land of the Free and the Home of the Brave?  One weekend to learn the Supreme law of the land. Is that too much to ask?

Good Work David

lawman2's picture

I finished the Civics Course, but it doesn't indicate that I completed it, nor did it show my progress as I was going through each module.
The civics course menu gives me the option to "continue the civics course", and I'm currently on VI. Introduction to Common Law - Bill Thornton. I suppose this is normal, but, I don't know. 
I am concerned, because I want to fulfill all of the required courses for one of the four Common Law Jury Administrator positions in my county.  I would appreacite any guidance or feedback to disocver the answer to these quesitons and concerns.

Jefferson-A.I.T-MO's picture

Missouri Revised Statutes

 
 
Chapter 563 Defense of Justification

August 28, 2016
Beginning January 1, 2017--Private person's use of force in making an arrest.
 
563.051. 1. A private person who has been directed by a person he or she reasonably believes to be a law enforcement officer to assist such officer to effect an arrest or to prevent escape from custody may, subject to the limitations of subsection 3 of this section, use physical force when and to the extent that he or she reasonably believes such to be necessary to carry out such officer's direction unless he or she knows or believes that the arrest or prospective arrest is not or was not authorized.
2. A private person acting on his or her own account may, subject to the limitations of subsection 3 of this section, use physical force to arrest or prevent the escape of a person whom such private person reasonably believes has committed an offense, and who in fact has committed such offense, when the private person's actions are immediately necessary to arrest the offender or prevent his or her escape from custody.
3. A private person in effecting an arrest or in preventing escape from custody is justified in using deadly force only:
(1) When deadly force is authorized under other sections of this chapter; or
(2) When he or she reasonably believes deadly force is authorized under the circumstances and he or she is directed or authorized by a law enforcement officer to use deadly force; or
(3) When he or she reasonably believes such use of deadly force is immediately necessary to arrest a person who at that time and in his or her presence:
(a) Committed or attempted to commit a class A felony or murder; or
(b) Is attempting to escape by use of a deadly weapon.
4. The defendant shall have the burden of injecting the issue of justification under this section.
(L. 1977 S.B. 60, A.L. 2014 S.B. 491)
Effective 1-01-17

lawman2's picture

I find this legislation interesting, but, unecessary to a degree. I would think a county sheriff would already have the authority to "deputize" citizens. In addition, I was surprised to find that the concept of citizen arrests had not previously been codified into some statute in Missouri.
This site shows the current laws for all states, pertaining to citizen's arrests.http://www.solutions-institute.org/tools/citizens-arrest-laws-by-state/. Ironically, it appears most states still stipulate conditions for citizens arrest are only authorized in true common law scenarios, FELONY, THEFT, or PROPERTY DESTRUCTION.

Dlgipson2000's picture

I have finished both coarses and am astonished to learn some of the things that I have learned but the coarse was well put together and very easy to grasp.
 

Ron Flick's picture

Kudos go out to both you and Julie of Park Co, Montana for having completed both the Constitution class and the Civics Course. Thanks for persevering. And congratulations to new member, David of Lincoln co. Missouri for completing the Constitution Class. Another class you may enjoy, if you have not taken it yet, is a study of the Constitution via youtube -Michael Badnarik’s Seven part instruction on the Constitution.  

Learn to THINK free so that you may ACT Free!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V31zYjZamz4   

lawman2's picture

Hello Ron Flick, and thank you for the recognition of completing the U.S. Constitution course. I am now going through the Civics course, and am at least halfway through it. I may very well check out Michael Badnarik’s Seven part instruction on the Constitution, after completing this course. 

Allswell's picture

I've only finished 12% of civics course, but am so delighted with what I've learned so far that I want to give a big thanks even though it's early. I'm impressed and excited about the fact that there are so many sites here for learning. THANK YOU.

keslinger's picture

I watched the Carl Miller video's over and over, I expecially liked right to travel. My question is where is one to find the Court Docket information on the Glaysher case, or copies, does anyone have them? I am trying to form a system of affidavits to prevent the government from extorting you and I using bills of attainer, I have had success with affidavits using writs on the local level here.

Neo731's picture

Where are all the recordings for the writ writing. I have no phone at the moment I would like to keep up with the class. But I cannot find the recordings. All the Monday night call meetings have been relocated or have been taken down or put some place else. I would truly appreciate someone to let me know where all the recordings both for hc writ writing, as well as the Monday night calls.

rickandlezel's picture

Ten days after joining the Courtroom Observers group and I still cannot post to that forum. Eric says he doesn't have the ability to enable me, so evidently that needs to be done by someone else. I sent several messages asking for assistance in enabling me, but no one seems able to help, as I still see the header "You are not allowed to post new content in the forum," whenever I enter Courtroom Observers Group from the Committees menu. I do see that others have posted therein, so obviously the forum feature is functional and a methodology exists whereby members who join the group can be enabled. Could someone please look into this problem and find a remedy? I'd appreciate that very much, and I say thank you in advance to whomever that someone may be.

rickandlezel's picture

Thanks for the suggestion, though I'm well aware that one needs to be logged in to the NLA website to post, and that has never been the cause of my problem. Today I tried something different and finally discovered how to gain access. I posted the explanation for that within the Courtroom Observers Group forum so that others experiencing the same problem could see the solution. Here's the link to that information: http://www.nationallibertyalliance.org/re-ability-post-herein-problem-an...

SJL's picture

In Common Law. An idiot or fool,
IDIOTA INQUIRENDO, WRIT DE. This is the
name of an old writ which directs the sheriff to
inquire whether a man be an idiot or not. The
inquisition is to be made by a jury of twelve men.
Fitzh. Nat. Brev. 232. And, if the man were found
an idiot, the profits of his lands and the custody
of his person might be granted by the king to any
subject who had interest enough to obtain them.
1 Bl.Comm. 303.

IDIOT. A person who has been without under-
standing from his nativity, and whom the law,
therefore, presumes never likely to attain any.
Shelf. Lun. 2. See Insanity. State v. Haner, 186
Iowa, 1259, 173 N.W. 225; Jones v. Commonwealth,
154 Ky. 752, 159 S.W. 568, 569.

IDIOTA. In the Civil Law. An unlearned, illi-
terate, or simple person. Calvin. A private man;
one not in office.

IDIOTA INQUIRENDO, WRIT DE may help NLA! :)

bpschoch's picture

I see it's looking for a director, what is required for the director? My professional background is hardcore software development including the web, technologies: HTML5, CSS, Javascript, Ajax, AngularJS, ASP.NET, C#, C, C++, SQL, Git, SVN, etc

rickandlezel's picture

Will the Administrator training & Constitution Class commence this evening at 9:00 as stated above on this page? If so, how does one connect to it? No further information about it is listed anywhere on the website or in any e-mail message that I have received. Please advise asap!

rickandlezel's picture

I notice that, in the above list of committees, you have left out the Courtroom Observers Group, and that happens to be the group I would be most interested in joining. Please add that to the list, and count me as a member of that group. To me, the Courtroom Observers Group is the most logical group for Grand Jury Administrators to join, as it develops a courthouse presence in which one becomes a familiar face there, known to both the public and court officials. It also imparts courtroom procedures experience and knowledge that will be useful when we finally get into administrative positions. I would also highly recommend that, when users click on any group link within the Committees link, you provide a link enabling the NLA member to directly join that group. Currently there is no such method provided for, and If I go to the Courtroom Observers bulletin board to inquire about joining then I see a message above the board saying, "You are not allowed to post new content in the forum." I ended up calling Eric to tell him I'd like to join, and to post material, but he said that he has no means of enabling me to make posts as a member. I would suggest that all NLA members who are logged in should have the ability to post a question or comment within any group. Otherwise, it follows that communications to groups from members, as well as communications between member groups, will break down from being limited in the current manner. Thanks for your consideration. - Richard from Maine

HollyHakesPetersen's picture

How can we find out information on these committees? What they are and what is expected. Thank you.

John Darash's picture

E-mail Kathleen@NationalLibertyAlliance.org for help