Jackson v Western Australia Police [2014] WASC 72

The appellant was charged with trespassing and obstruction offences. At the Magistrates Court he demanded a trial by jury per Chapter 29 of the Magna Carta, which was refused and he was convicted of the summary offences. He appealed in Jackson v Western Australia Police [2014] WASC 72, arguing the denial of a jury trial “breached my inherent jurisdiction, unalienable rights, common law rights under the original constitution”. He demanded to be heard in a Chapter III court, and complained … Continue reading Jackson v Western Australia Police [2014] WASC 72
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