During the 2001 National Constitutional Convention held at the Edison Walthall Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi May 10th – 11th the Delegates decided to create a State’s Powers check and balance against the C.S.A. Supreme Court to prevent the abuses seen over the past many decades of the U. S. Supreme where that court not only usurped the authority of the Legislature by effectively writing law but changed the meaning and intent of the founding fathers on Constitutional questions. It was decided that between three and nine Justices would be elected by the delegates from among the delegates to serve on this Constitutional Court who would have original and exclusive jurisdiction over the ratified Constitution of the Confederate States of America. It was further determined that once the various Confederate State Governments had been re-staffed and resurrected (under occupation) that they would elect governors and the Council of Governors would then elect the Justices from among these governors. Among other considerations, this new Court was assigned the mission of reviewing the Constitution of the C.S.A. of 1861 for revisions and updates which would be presented to the national Senate once such had been re-staffed and elected.

The Court has the right, power and jurisdiction to impeach Provisional Government Officials.

Oath of Office for Justices

“I do solemnly swear (or affirm), that I will, while serving on the Constitutional Court having original jurisdiction over the Constitution of the Confederate States of America, without respect or regard to any and all persons, governmental agencies or departments, guard and protect the Constitution of the Confederate States of America, as is or as amended, from all enemies domestic or foreign, and from attempts at corruption of the intent and meaning of the phrases therein and shall impartially discharge and perform all the duties incumbent upon me, according to the best of my abilities and understanding, so help me God.”





The Interim Government for the Confederate States of America and the several Provisional Confederate State Governments do not sanction any violence against individuals, groups, organizations, or the occupational authorities. Any Citizen, civil servant, contractor or other aligned entities which commits or insights any acts of violence shall do so at their own risk and peril, and are subject to punitive actions by their Provisional Confederate State Government and the Interim Government. Punitive actions can include, but are not limited to, discharge and/or the severance of their relationship with their Provisional Confederate State Government and the Interim Government for the Confederates States of America. The several Provisional Confederate State Governments and the Interim Government for the Confederate States of America can and will access any and all applicable laws to maintain a peaceful restoration process.

God save our Confederacy