The affidavit is the most powerful legal tool afforded to all citizens.
What is an affidavit?
An affidavit is a voluntary, sworn statement made under oath, used as verification of circumstances or events. Once signed an affidavit is a legally binding document that can be used for various purposes. An affidavit must be made voluntarily, without coercion and must be factually correct. A person may be subject to perjury if the affidavit contains false information. An Affidavit is one of the most powerful tools The Constitution allows the citizenry to use to right wrongs or bring awareness to government abuse and overreach.