We require convenors of Trials by Jury (nowadays speciously referred to as judges and/or justices) to be recognised by that nomenclature, Convenor; and that convenors be chosen (elected) not less frequently than every three years by adult people local to the court.
Government-appointed officials, Arbitrators and Ombudsmen may not preside at or decide causes. Improper or brutish treatment of citizens by government or security employees shall be freely prosecuted following Plaint, with punishment of perpetrators, redress and compensation decided by the Jurors at Trial by Jury.
The justice, fairness and applicability of all our acts, statutes, by-laws and regulations and their value or the dearth of it to the People’s interests, shall be discerned and judged by Jurors in the Trial by Jury. Only if the statute law and all aspects of its enforcement be unanimously adjudged by the jurors at each case as being just, fair, and applying equally to all, then the prosecution at Trial by Jury may proceed (viz. the 1215 Great Charter’s Articles 24, 39, 40, 61, etc.); otherwise, statutes must be struck down through the Jurors’ Annulment by Jury 12 duty at Trial by Jury, and duly expunged 13 from the roll of statutes.
We restore the duty of sentencing proven crimes and wrongdoers to the common law jury, thus removing the power to punish from government which has illegitimately countermanded our Constitution by misappropriating this function from Trial by Jury.
Henceforth, government justices have only a discretionary power to lessen or moderate sentences 14 , but never to increase penalties imposed by the jury. The judicial function is that of the jurors who are the judges; the government’s role in the justice system is executive, that is, to carry out the jury’s sentence, thereby upholding the rule of law.
We ordain that, before Trial, convenors (cf. today’s ‘judges’) and both prosecuting and defence counsel (or the defendant in self-defence without counsel) take it upon themselves to educate and instruct jurors to fulfil their Duties 15 in Trial by Jury, specifically including that of Annulment by Jury; that is, of Jurors judging on the justice of the law and annulling prosecution of laws or acts of enforcement deemed by the Juror to be unjust or unfair to the accused by pronouncing the defendant Not Guilty. No one is obliged to obey an unjust law, and judgement thereon is solely the Jurors’ Duty.
The Restoration Amendment upholds legem terræ, de facto humankind’s moral, ethical, philosophical, legal and model constitution. Legally, no government statute, treaty or edict can ever supersede legem terræ, the supreme, timeless constitutional common law of the land. Every act or action which intentionally undermines the Sovereignty of the Juror and/or denies the Trial by Jury remains the Crime 16 of Treason 17. Through Trial by Jury, this Amendment upholds the human right to privacy, the right to unmolested tranquillity of existence and the pursuit of individually-defined self-fulfilment and happiness.