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TEMPORARY NOTE, Dec 2008: Has Indiana's law whereby one cannot sue his employer been tested for constitutionality? If you are a lawyer who would throw yourself into taking that one up to the Supreme Court, please contact me. I know how weird this sounds in view of the comments just below, but one must work within the system currently in place.

IF YOU NEVER LOOK PAST THIS HOME PAGE, PLEASE READ AND THINK ON THIS:

Proposal: Replace our current justice system, based on dishonesty and legalistic word games, with a new system based on common sense and conscience. This new system is called unarchy (from Latin unus = one, and Latin archi- from Greek arkhein = rule).

Unarchy has no written laws other than the Golden Rule; don't do to others what you wouldn't others to do to you.

Juries are selected completely randomly. Juries are big enough to ensure that they accurately represent the views of society at large. There are no judges or lawyers. Accuser and accused present their own cases. No evidence is inadmissable. Jurors may ask questions.

Simple majority vote determines guilt. Simple majority vote sets the punishment.

Thanks.

Donald Sauter.

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