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You Have A 72 Hour "Right Of Rescission" On Every Contract

Do you know you have a 72 hour right of rescission on every contract, even if you didn’t realize you agreed to one?




If you get pulled over by a police officer, a person with a gun, and he gives you a ticket for speeding down the road, you can rescind that ticket within 72 hours.


That is a contract. It’s a financial instrument actually, and you were tricked to let him put your all caps name on it.


Rescission it! I have two affidavits and one letter I send that calls out how my rights were violated.


Sounds crazy right? But it worked on ten tickets in four states for me. I never hear back from the courts. They now send me a page that says, "Miss Miceli, we can't find this citation in the system."


Here's some case law: Operation of a motor vehicle upon public streets and highways is not a mere privilege but is a right or liberty protected by the guarantees of federal and state constitutions.


The use of the highways for the purpose of travel and transportation are not mere privileges but a common and fundamental right of which the public and the individual cannot be rightfully deprived.


No state government entity has the power to allow or deny passage upon the highways, transporting his vehicles and personal property for either recreation or business. Travel is not a privilege that can be permitted at will, with forced insurances, registration, or licensee, but a common and fundamental right of liberty granted by the Constitution.


Where can we find the use of the automobile? I’ve got pages and pages I carry in a folder in my Jeep proving this. No cop can argue with Supreme Court decisions that are case law.


I have an entire “Right To Travel” folder with the PDF’s to print out to prove this to you, and I carry it in my Jeep to show a policy officer should I be stopped, although I am now listed as a Constitutionalist in my local county database.


It's in my membership!







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