Who are sovereign citizens? These individuals believe that U.S. citizens are either “14th amendment citizens”, who are subject to federal, state laws and taxes due to their birthright or as “sovereign citizens” who have reclaimed their sovereignty, and therefore are only subject to common law or constitutional law or both, but are not bound to obey statutory law.
These individuals come from many backgrounds from early settlers of European heritage to individuals referred to as Moorish Nationals. Scholars believe that the moors are not a distinct or self-proclaimed people from Europeans applied in the term Berbers, but at various times to Arabs, Muslim Iberians and West Africans from Mali and Niger, who were absorbed into the Almoravid dynasty (North Western Africa).
Berbers are Muslim but not Arab.
In today’s increasingly fractional political environment in the U.S. Such an issue of non-conforming citizens is growing not shrinking. This course is a must to understand inherent the evolving criminal justice field.