ON  THE  LAWS  OF  ENGLAND
   This is the famous Commentaries of Sir William Blackstone on the  Common Law of England.  It was originally published between 1765 to 1770.   It was used by American colonists to justify the American resistance to the Crown and independence from Britain.  Also used by American  courts, jurists, statesmen and law texts to explain what the law of  the land is and is not in America. 
    The edition offered here is a reprint of a 1915 edition compiled by W.G. Hammond. It thus has footnote remarks and comments on court cases, law books and legal events up to that time.  This is one of the main standards for legal research and reference. 
All 4 books in 2 hard cover volumes, 2900+ pages, $88.00

Maxims of Law
   Throughout the history of Western civilization there have existed    certain principles of law which have become established as rules or  "maxims" of law.   Maxims have prevailed for centuries & accepted  as being true for a particular situation.  Sir Edward Coke said:
            "A Maxim is so called because its dignity is chiefest, and its
            authority the most certain, and because universally approved by all."
   Maxims are frequently used in law texts and court decisions.
This book contains over 1600 maxims which are listed under 105    subject headings. The book also contains over 300 Latin words   and phrases commonly used in law and their English meaning.
   This is an excellent reference guide for anyone one who wants to    use the law, or have a better understanding of legal principles.

112 pages, soft cover, $7.50
General Principles of Constitutional Law
                                             by Judge Thomas M. Cooley

This is a reprint of a classical legal text by Judge Cooley, in 1891 (2nd edition).  As the author of other legal texts, and a Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, Cooley has become one of the most frequently cited authorities in American law.
Topics covered include:  1. Legal Definitions.  2. The Rise of the American Union.   3. The Distribution of Powers.   4. Powers of Congress.  5. Powers of the President.  6. The Judicial Department.  7. Checks and Balances.  8. Constitutional Rules of State Comity. 9. Rules of Constitutional Construction.  10. The Guarantee of Republican Government.  11. Guarantee of Civil and Political Rights.  12. Protections to Persons Accused of Crime.  13. Protections to Contracts and Property. 
Has a Table of Cases and Topical Index to aid in research. 
416 pages, soft cover, $23.00 . . . . . . . . .

A Treatise on Arrest and False Imprisonment
Whenever one is deprived of their liberty it is called an "imprisonment."   When this deprivation is done unlawfully it is a "false imprisonment."  For   over 1000 years the Common Law had a settled law and procedure by which   one can be deprived of his liberty. This law and procedure is part of due   process and as such cannot be changed by legislative statute.  This book   proves that most arrests today are "false imprisonments." Contents include:
  • Definition of False Imprisonment, Damages, and Liberty.
  • Arrest without Warrant -- Such arrest are allowed only in case of known felony or breach of peace, not misdemeanor violations.
  • Breach of the Peace and Felony Arrests -- What constitutes the acts.
  • Defenses to an Unlawful Arrest -- Arguments that police can and cannot raise to justify an arrest.
  • The Use of a Warrant -- The criteria for a lawful warrant.
  • Bringing the Arrested Person before a Magistrate -- If this is not done immediately, the arrest is unlawful.
  • Distortions of Fundamental Law -- How the law on the subjects of  due process, resisting arrest, booking, and handcuffing are distorted or not properly followed.
76 pages, 8 1/2 x 11, 350 citations, $12.00
Summaries of Leading Cases on the Constitution
This authoritative text and reference work covers all of the landmark cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court since 1790 and still prevailing. The issues range from due process and search and seizure to freedom of the press and religion.  Widely adopted and recommended for courses and research in American history, constitutional law, government, and political science. Each landmark case has a clear, concise summary of the judicial decision since the establishment of the U.S. Supreme Court.  Each summary gives the question at issue, the decision and the reason behind it, votes of the justices, pertinent corollary cases, and notes offering further information on the subject.   Has a detailed explanation of the organization and functions of the Supreme Court; a complete alphabetical index of all cases cited, and a topical index for easy research.  This is a real helpful tool for any legal research.
Format (8 1/2 x 5 1/2)  538 pages, $19.50            
NOTICE:  This book has been out of print for several years.   All that is available is used copies.  they are in Good to Very Good Condition .   Elsewhere, used copies are being sole for for $30 or $40.

The Citizens Rule Book
This 62-page, pocket-size handbook is full of information.  It is divided into three sections:
1. A Handbook For Jurors -- Explaining jury duty, rights of jurors, what is jury tampering. A summary and comparision of the Ten Commamdments and the Communist Manifesto.
2. Give Me Liberty --  Quotes and Articles on Liberty and the Jury from Patrick Henry, William Penn, Thomas Jefferson.
3. Original Documents -- The texts of The Declaration of Independence,  Bill of Rights, the U.S. Constitution.  Each document has a general index to help you find what you are looking for.
Size: 3" x 6"  63 pages -- $2.50
                  The Law on Abortion
   The subject of abortion rages on in an endless circle of debate and  argument. The reason is that the law surrounding this topic has been    perverted and forgotten. This booklet will help those concerned about  abortion to understand the true law on abortion. Contains:
-Legal History of Abortion.
-God's Law on Life and Abortion.
-Legal Definitions of Abortion, Miscarriage, Quick with Child.
-Legal Status and Rights of the Unborn.
-Abortion in Criminal Law. 
 -Nature of Abortion as a Crime.


40 page booklet with 100 footnote references, $4.00

        This famous treatise on the law was written by the French   economist, statesmen and author Frederic Bastiat in 1850. It was   written and published as a pamphlet to combat the rising tide of   socialism which was spreading throughout Europe at that time (the Communist Manifesto was written in 1848).  Mr. Bastiat   analyzes the humanistic concepts &  harmful results of socialism, and shows what the law really is and how it benefits society.
         The Law was once used as a text book to explain the   principles of law, justice, politics and economics. It is as timely   today as it was in 1850, because the same socialist-communist   ideas and plans that were adopted in France are now sweeping   America, and are again trying to supplant the true law. 
Law and Justice
Socialism and Control
75 pages, soft cover, $5.00

The Unconstitutionality of the 14th Amendment
Practically all of the distortions in law and reversals of original  American principles that exist today are due to the legal interpretation of the 14th Amendment.  This booklet explains various reasons why  the most used Amendment today was never constitutionally enacted  and adopted as part of the U.S. Constitution.   Points out the various  acts of subversion and corruption committed by Congress in 1866-68.
36 page booklet, $4.00

The Authority of Law
Throughout history all laws enacted, from the laws of God to edits   of kings and councils, have been prefaced by an enacting clause,   which is necessary to give a law its authority, identity and validity.
Most "law" today exists by way of various codes or revised   statutes, which fail to use this required enacting authority.  This   makes these statutory works invalid, and they thus have no force   and effect as law.
Due to this all criminal prosecutions, both State and Federal, are   groundless, and courts are without subject matter jurisdiction to   render judgment. Here is legal proof that the U.S. Code and State   Codes or Revised Statutes are not law, and that they are not   binding upon citizens.
72 pages, 8 1/2 x 11, $12.00