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31st Field Forces headquarters Command JAG Office [message #2229] Fri, 25 September 2015 22:27 Go to next message
colonel.BH is currently offline  colonel.BH
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Registered: July 2015
Location: CALIF
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I have attached to my command staff A Judge Advocate Generals Officer commonly know as JAG
I have a Provost Marshal his job is to carry out Battlefield arrests. JAG also defendd Militiamen from statutory courts
State and Federal if possible below is the link and full description.

The reason the State Command in California has established J.A.G similar to the US Military JAG system is so that the patriot community can (namely the militia) can enforce indictments handed down by Common law courts namely those indictments where evidence has been proven beyond shadow of doubt where
The State Commander or local Commander may issue a Battlefield Arrest those accused of crimes against the republic and the Constitution namely double agents accused of high treason to be able to deliver to the nearest Common Law Court if possible the accused. (only enforceable during wartime.)
The system proposed is (1) paralegal or (1) Constitutional attorney acting as Commander of J.A.G office and (1) officer appointed as a provost Marshall .The accused when taken into custody is responsible for one acing as own attorney or two coming up with an attorney if he so chooses to defended against charges. Upon receiving an indictment JAG receives a Battlefield Arrest warrant from the State Commander and or local commander .The JAG commander then passes it to the Provost Marshall who select and commands the tactical unit that selected to enforce the warrant. We must keep our own hose clean . JAG also will trying defend militia members
who get themselves arrested by law enforcement that are not warranted to be arrested by helping with any legal processes.

Colonel B Hunt

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Re: 31st Field Forces headquarters Command JAG Office [message #2236 is a reply to message #2229] Tue, 06 October 2015 19:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gbeede is currently offline  gbeede
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Ok, Im new to this site. Also new to common law. Question: Is this under military law (according to post above) or is this a common law process? If a common law process, where is the country sheriff in these proceedings? Please inform?
Re: 31st Field Forces headquarters Command JAG Office [message #2238 is a reply to message #2236] Wed, 07 October 2015 07:45 Go to previous message
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Registered: March 2011
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Brian Hunt posted that, assuming that he had a military authority to act. He fails to recognize that the military shall be subordinate to the civil authority.

If an Indictment were issued by the Grand Jury, it would be up to a civil authority to pursue the arrest.

I believe that Brian Hunt was offering his services to the civil authority, if an Indictment was issued and that civil authority then request them to act.
However, I don't see it happening quite that way.
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