Education is key to legal protection

School of Commonology … 2014

The Gary Doyle Order — School:

How to legally/lawfully protect yourself in an (alleged) minor criminal matter/case … how to not incriminate yourself when being questioned, by any perceived authority … how to write appropriate legal letters … how to cross examine … how to address/deal with a judge … how to stay out of contempt etc.

Learn to Conduct Yourself, the Judge and the Court …learn to handle all or any perceived authority in a legal/lawful way and manner … lean to protect yourself, and teach other to do the same. Attend the Gary Doyle School.


Hi Folks …

For those that are attending, and are intending on attending the final School of Commonology for 2014 (The Gary Doyle Order School), you will be receiving a complimentary copy of the book “The Gary Doyle Order” on the day. Should you already be in possession of a copy of the book, we will of course have expected you to have read the book, and be able to furnish the working groups on the day with some of your knowledge and wisdom.

Should you end up with a spare copy of the book, please do loan or give your spare copy to another Man or Woman that could possibly benefit from the information contained within its covers. The book is not meant to sit on the shelf gathering dust. It is a working document meant to benefit and educate all.

On the day, time permitting, we may also cover a subject called “Jurisdiction”. Getting a fuller comprehension of this subject in a key component of standing in any Court, albeit it Civil, Criminal and even Family matters.

We still have some places available, and would appreciate it if you would book early, rather than at the last minute. At the previous School we did have to turn People away, which we do not like doing, as we were packed to capacity. We had People calling, texting and emailing us on the Saturday and the Sunday before the School, as by default the booking line closed on the Friday night before.

FINALLY: For those of our readers and School attendees that are serious, you should treat the School as an add on and study guide, for you own greater and wider research and education. We suggest that if you are serious about getting to grips with protecting yourself in the context of minor criminal issues/allegations, it would be a great start to read, the Department of Public Prosecutions guidelines for Prosecutors, specifically sections 8 & 9, and read this article by The Common Law Society;

We do expect that School attendees will of course have read and re-read these documents and articles several times over, and have a good basic comprehension of the material contained therein.

The Final School of Commonology; details & booking

“The Gary Doyle Order” book can be procured here:

Des: of The Common Law Society.