There are two acts within United States law, dating from 1772 to 1776, that date to the American Revolution in legal tradition of police training, and relative reflection in the courts. These are enforced by Freemasonic Temples, and if violated, the power is given to the victim of the poorly annotated law, by police, campus, and auxillary services, of any level.
Voluntary Prejudice: You may not be forcibly committed, forcibly made homeless, forced to cooperate with a social program such as Alcoholics Anonymous or ‘beano’ (something like Scientology, a draft program of scholars), or a school bi-annual meeting (a reunion or honors code), at any age, including childhood (such as programs for canyon runs or military schools). Forcing an individual to do so, results in eviction from county for malefacted party, as well as potential property seizure of taxes paid on property or holding.
Waylon Jones Law: Named after a famous dockworker that was forced off paygrade and into prison by the British during the American Revolution, this law indicates that nobody can be indicted, incarcerated, or allowed to leave to adjourn falsely, due to build, poor health, or carcinogenic habit. Doing so, results in the chance at a law degree, for the individual afflicted, and any individual reporting, must check in with a legal agent of law (not therapy) to determine whatever party’s malfeasance given such a report, or veracity of report given from larger or carcinogen-bearing habit (in the case that law school is not appropriate, instead receiving family therapy, willingly of course, following prior law of status).