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Whereas the MAGNA CARTA is recognized as a cornerstone of our democracy, the Court hardly ever relies on it to make their final decisions, thus making the Great Charter appear to be a Myth.

The fact is however, the MAGNA CARTA meant freedom from the King's tyranny in 1215 A.D. and it means freedom from tyranny today and it still the law of this country.

Further Fact:

It is important to be aware that a Jury of citizens who work in the places of our nation, v. a Judge sitting on the bench and deciding the faith of the party based on what it is considered law at the time and moment, is a denial of the litigant's right to a fair a just hearing.

The twin rights to trial and to a jury are two pillars of our democratic heritage. With respect to the right to a jury trial, the notice that the B.C. Supreme Court requires be sent out to every civil law juror puts it this way:

"The right to a trial by jury of one's peers is a cornerstone of our democratic society and is one of its oldest institutions. It exists to protect individual rights and to involve the community in the administration of justice."

According to the Summary Trial rule the right to a jury trial no longer exists!

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Justice is a conscience, not a personal conscience but conscience of the whole of the humanity.
Those who clearly recognize the voice of their own conscience usually recognize also the voice of Justice.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn