Why is there need to convene such a court?​

Under Common Law, every man and women has a claim of right and of lawful notice to convene a Common Law Court and can call on the support of all competent men and women to assist with this lawful right.

The authorities however, do understand that the verdict of a Common Law Court carries a recognized legitimacy under the Law of Nations and the public right to form Tribunals of Conscience, when governments and courts refuse to address a matter.

Everyone can be held accountable for their actions and every man or woman that has suffered a wrong has the right to a lawful remedy.

The Common Law Court can be convened to deal with any and all forms of injustice.

The aim is to prosecute those people responsible for causing injustice and to prevent unlawful and criminal actions by any member of the public.