Medicinal Marijuana

November 22, 2017

The Common Law Court has confirmed that it’s now lawful for men and women over the age of 18 to responsibly use and grow marijuana for medicinal purposes.

As Common Law rights are universal to all, then men and women should have the right to access the medicine they

so desperately need.

People have faced unimaginable obstacles, persecution and even prosecution, when all they are doing is acting in pursuit of a better quality of life.

Another result for the Common Law Court and the return of our justice system.

3rd Common Law Court Convened

November 22, 2017

A third Common Law Court was convened in Leith on the 19th November 2017.

The court dealt with the request for Court Orders from five individuals who wished to assert their rights under Common Law. This request was required because of the failure of the Registers of Scotland and the Land Registry in England to protect the individuals rights.

An additional request was made to confirm that it is Lawful under Common Law for men and women over the age of 18, to use and grow the marijuana plant for medicinal purposes.

After a presentation to the jury and an examination of the supporting documents, the jury retired, deliberated and returned unanimous decisions for all cases.

Another result for the Common Law Court and the return of our justice system.

What a difference, to be tried by a jury of your peers.