by Richard Nikoley

The law is the law. It has to be that way because we can’t conceive of every possible circumstance, nor the myriad contexts in which circumstances occur.

This is the whole point of a jury. The purpose of a jury is to judge the law as applied to the facts, circumstances, and context of the prosecution of the law in question against a defendant.

A jury is effectively an addendum to the 2nd Amendment, which is the whole Constitution and Plan B.

Having 12 people agree to nullify any law is a super peace-sustaining power.

Use it. Jury Nullification. Google it, study it, know it.

Advertisements