Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Is the grammar correct for “Constitution for the united States of America?
Answer: Yes, the “for” and lowercase “united” are intentional. This is the name of the original Constitution signed by our forefathers. The one more commonly spoken of is the “Constitution of the United States of America”. This is a different constitution that was created after the incorporation of the federal government. In Common Law we reference the original document that our forefathers signed.
Question: Do exemptions buy me time or protect me in some way?
Answer: No, asking permission to exercise a right does not help you in anyway. In fact, this may give them cause to terminate you earlier.
Question: What is considered proper service?
Answer: In order to file a claim against a recipient, you need to have the original copies of the notices with signatures via registered/certified mail with return receipt postcard is considered official service. (Or you can use a process server).
Question: Is email a proper method to serve documents?
Answer: Email is NOT proper service. To be properly served you must mail registered/trackable or use process server. You can use email as a back up method, but be sure to attach PDF files (not Word versions of documents since they could be altered). Remember, if you find yourself in a courtroom, you will need to be able to prove your documents were delivered. Email records are insufficient. Service via Registered mail is acceptable service or by hiring a process server.
Recommendation is to NOT be communicating with your employer except through official notices once you start the process. Stand on your paperwork, it fully explains your position about the policies (that they are a violation of your rights and there is no lawful authority to violate rights). If asked to communicate, say that this is an ongoing and unresolved matter and you cannot communicate until your notices have been properly responded to (in affidavit form).
Question: What happens if I already “applied” for a religious exemption?
Answer: Sending the notice now will revoke and nullify whatever contracts you previously made that violated your rights (including religious exemption).
Question: What is the process order for submitting documentation to my employer or school?
Washington Common Law process:
Step 1: Lawful Notice and Notice of Violations
Step 2: Courtesy Notice
Step 3: Notice of Default
Step 4: Notice of Estoppel (with demand to Cease and Desist and optional Fee Schedule)
Step 5: Notice of Violation of Estoppel and Notice of Lawful Claim (and violation of Cease and Desist and Activation of Fee Schedule)
Step 6: Ex Parte
Question: What are the notice response deadlines?
Notice Response Deadlines:
Step #1 Lawful Notice and Notice of Violations
3 day minimum for emergency, 10 day urgent situation (our standard right now), 21-30 days usual time frame.
Step #2 Courtesy Notice, Step #3 Notice of Default and Step #4 Notice of Estoppel:
3 days each. If timeline is short you may send Notice of Default with Notice of Estoppel. But if the timeline permits, it is best to offer one final opportunity and give 3 days for Notice of Default before Notice of Estoppel.
Question: Where can I learn more about Common Law?
Answer: Carl Miller has created much content on the topic of Common Law. Here is a good start if you are trying to learn more: https://rumble.com/vcqz4d-know-your-constitution-with-carl-miller-annotated.html
Question: Are there other states using Common Law to fight the mandates?
Answer: This video gives an overview of the common law process being used by workers in California. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j62SryTUPGg Our process varies, but both are based on Common Law.
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Question: What is an acceptable response from the person I have noticed?
Answer: Only a response that is in affidavit form.
Question: What can I do if I am let go for non-compliance after noticing my employer?
Answer: Keep track of every damage that is incurred and include them in the harms/injury section of the Notice of Violation of Estoppel. You can claim these damages should you choose to go to court.
Question: What if my employer is attempting to communicate with me regarding my notices but not in affidavit form?
Answer: You would say something like “Although I received an email from you on x date in reference to “Covid 19 policies”, your response was not in proper affidavit form and did not provide proof of your lawful authority in this matter. Consequently, your reply is insufficient and has no lawful merit or value.
Question: What do I do if I am put on unpaid leave?
Answer: You should communicate that you do not consent to be put on unpaid leave and document it.
Question: Do I need to sign the Notice of Violations?
Answer: You do not need to sign the Notice of Violations.
Question: How do I approach mandatory testing or mandatory vaccination when my employer “requires” it?
Answer: For mandatory testing or mandatory vaccination, you approach both the same way. Our paperwork is about body autonomy and individual rights. If you do not want to take the tests, you submit the same paperwork stating it’s a violation of your rights. Our paperwork keeps it simple. It addresses a violation of rights and requests authority to impose that violation. When the school or employer cannot prove authority, they are unable to lawfully proceed with penalties. If they do, you have grounds for seeking remedy (compensation) thereafter.
Question: My employer “accepted” my medical exemption but is putting me on unpaid administrative leave. What can I do?
Answer: We have seen this happen to people time and time again. If they are granted an exemption, it soon results in leave followed by dismissal. Our approach is to notice them of a violation of unalienable rights and require them to prove authority to mandate a vaccination as a term of employment. They cannot. They may leave you alone, or you may still get let go, but you will at least have recourse thereafter.
Question: What is more important: Compliance and security or freedom and risk?
Answer: “If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.” – Samuel Adams
Comfort < Freedom
Job < Freedom
Money < Freedom
Security < Freedom