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Remembering that if you don’t know what your rights are personally, the government has no reason to protect them and doesn’t!
Violation Ticket - What Violation Ticket Added 2016-09-29 Last revised 2016-10-08
In Heaney and McGuinness v. Ireland and Quinn v. Ireland the Court ruled that convicting the applicants for refusing to answer questions asked by the police violated their right to silence and the privilege against self-incrimination as well as the presumption of innocence.
The privilege and the right to remain silent are, however, by themselves not absolute rights.
It is when you combine those rights with others that you have absolute rights.
Absolute rights that removes the ‘obligation of the owner of a car’ to identify the driver of the vehicle (himself) caught on camera speeding in the context of a prosecution was not considered to destroy the essence of the applicants’ right to remain silent and privilege against self-discrimination having regard to the circumstances of the case - the limited information sought, the availability of safeguards and the special nature of the regulatory scheme in question (O’Halloran and Francis v. The United Kingdom).
People do not fall under the jurisdiction of any juristic units or non bijural government enactments only a ‘person’ does.
If you know which one you are, you are free to proceed to collect damages for human rights violations!