“Not Guilty” – Do you know what you’re actually saying when uttering these words?

Posted: February 19, 2015 in Uncategorized

The Runaway Contract

Many do not think twice when pleading “Not Guilty” in a court. However, do you truly understand what this means and the impact it has on the matter at hand?

The mere fact that a “defendant” is attending court is an admission of guilt as an unresolved controversy exists and the accuser eg the plaintiff believes a wrong exists and requires resolution or compensation from the defendant. Hence, by the act of turning up, the defendant is already guilty.

First of all, what is “court”? Simply put, you’re already in court when interacting with the opposite party…you’re there to make law/contract. Hence, the first court appearance has already been held with the opposite party and the reason for a Court appearance in a State/Federal Court is to adjudicate on the controversy created by the defendant according to the plaintiff.

Pleading not Guilty.  Where does the word “guilty” come from?…

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