Maxims are established principles of law; some are very ancient and common to most cultures; and, kept alive by oral tradition from before even the Roman Empire; which then adopted them; maxim – The law is from everlasting.
Maxims are simple statements that anyone can use in the presentation of their case; they are nothing more than guidelines to help convey to a court or jury the reasons and justification for doing, or not doing, what was done, or not done, by the court, plaintiff or defendant;
They are arguments which a Jury must judge, in the same way that they must judge all the facts before them; however, maxims are not unarguable; sometimes, they can even be downright wrong; especially those that justify discriminatory feudal imperialism of “lords”, “masters”, “servants” , “slaves” and “cargo”;
Principles of Common Law
We have put together an almost complete volume of maxims from all law dictionaries for you, the people; it is still being updated yearly so do check for updated versions.
Take time to reflect that many jural activists across the earth have labored for thousands of hours to restore the soul of the law so as to give body to the common and customary law; freely give and freely you will receive;
Download: Principles of Common Law – V4 2021.08
We sincerely hope that jural assemblies and even customary law select and adopt the principles that speak true to their all-knowing hearts; be blessed
The Bible is the foundation of the Western system, upon which all Western rules hang; we have summarized key maxims, laws and words from the 1611 King James Version;
A Collection of Legal Maxims in Law and Equity – 1880 Peloubet
CODE OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
Codified Canons and the Common Law of Interpretation
Collection of US Supreme Court Legal Maxims
Maxims of Common Law – Jurisdictionary
SELECTED MAXIM’S OF LAW FOR FATHER’S RIGHTS