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The "Sovereign Citizen" movement is a quasi-domestic terrorist group that refuse to abide by local, state, and federal laws under a bizarre notion that the Government, who authority is defined by the Constitution, is somehow illegal under that same Constitution. While most actions in this movement are non-violent, such as refusing to pay taxes or obtain valid drivers' licenses, none of these actions are legal.
However, you may be pleased to note that even if you deny the Government's authority to prosecute you for engaging in Sovereign Citizen acts, you are still entitled to your rights to counsel at your trial in front of an impartial jury. The Bill of Rights is a wonderful thing.
This is a great topic for my Constitutional Law class. My students will really enjoy this issue next week. Thanks for bringing it up.
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