What is an Affidavit of Truth? - Definition & Example


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If you are a sovereign citizen what is an example of something that you no longer have the right to?

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1. What is an affidavit of truth?

2. What is a sovereign citizen?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

This combination of a quiz and worksheet looks at the definition of an affidavit of truth. Questions focus on rights lost by sovereign citizens, and also, a law they must still follow once they have signed an affidavit of truth.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

The questions of the quiz check your understanding of the topics listed below:

  • Definition of an affidavit of truth
  • The definition of a sovereign citizen
  • Criminal acts sovereign citizens might commit
  • Laws that sovereign citizens must still follow after signing an affidavit

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about signing affidavits of truth
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can give a proper definition for a sovereign citizen
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about crimes that may be committed by sovereign citizens

Additional Learning

To learn more, explore the lesson titled What is an Affidavit of Truth? - Definition & Example. Once open, you can study the extra subjects profiled below:

  • More criminal acts by those who have signed affidavits
  • The case of Jerry Kane
  • Rights given up by sovereign citizens