Want to see what happens in a de facto court when you have revoked consent to a de facto jurisdiction? Below are some court videos (they are captioned with audio).
The interesting thing about the video above is that they issued a default judgment at a time when they weren't even in courtroom. They *purposely* invalidated their judgment because they knew they didn't have jurisdiction. You simply take that to a notary public with affidavits from your witnesses and fill out a statement of protest to invalidate the 'judgment'.
Notice the word trickery in this video. Placing orders on a man under Common Law can be used to assume a de facto jurisdiction again. (An order is an attempt to contract. Just like how ordering a hamburger from a waitress is contracting with the establishment.) This stuff is very real.
Using conditional offers for every order works wonders.