Milford, OH asked in Admiralty / Maritime for Ohio

Q: Why is Maritime law used in U.S. County Courts instead of Constitutional laws

Being as an entity is "born" and is then given a "Birth Certificate" in CAPITAL LETTERS insinuating this entity to be a "Corporations" therefore not a living breathing human being, and this entity is charged under a crime of Maritime law on land not sea, because the courts are set up as Maritime Courts Not Constitutional Courts.. Why are the Courts established to rule as a Maritime Court and why is it an entity of a living breathing human , born on land not the sea, can not argue constitutional law in these courts of common please?

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Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Licensed in Ohio

A: Constitutional issue can be argued in any American courthouse. Your question is very confusing and demonstrates clearly that you do not understand the system you are dealing with. You should hire an attorney to help you.

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