01). The truth is sovereign in law; 02). All people are sovereign in society;03). The right and duty of the common people to use jury nullification of government Statutes when required; 04). Oaths of public office are always observed in full; 05). All are equal under the law; 06). Freedom of speech;07). The presumption of innocence before guilt; 08). The right to be heard within a trial by jury of our equals/peers; 09). A jury verdict of guilt (criminal intent) is always unanimously agreed upon by all of the jurors; 10). Justice must be done but it must also be seen to be done (in public forum); 11). Justice can never be delayed, denied or sold to anyone; 12). No detention without due process of law (habeas corpus);13). No punishment/penalty before due process of law; 14). Freedom from unwilling association (except from the common law); 15). The right to freedom of association; 16). The right to bear arms or to assault in proportion to the threat(s) in the defence of the self or others, and in defence of any trespass of property (inc; the country/realm); 17). The right to free access to clean water, clean air, safe foods and medicine and to create/obtain lawful shelter;18). The right to free unhindered travel; 19). All workers are worthy of their hire (no slavery); 20). All have a duty to keep the peace; 21). All are subject to and protected by the law equally; 22). No taxation without representation; 23). Agreements/contracts are honoured that have been willingly entered into in good faith and by due process (full disclosure, equal consideration, witnesses etc). The above principles can all be placed within the main 4 principles of our common law: Cause no harm; Cause no loss; be peaceful;be honest.