R v Stoneman [2013] QCA 209

In R v Stoneman [2013] QCA 209 the applicant contended judicial bias for not upholding “an unalienable right of the private individual to use the common ways to travel as per the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” without a licence, insisting only the use of a motor vehicle for commercial purposes is sanctioned, as he had not consented to “membership of the legal fiction known as the State of Queensland”, and further claimed to have signed his bail undertaking under duress.

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