Freedom of Movement

No individual not currently incarcerated can be forbidden to move about freely within the boundaries of the nation for any reason, except as limited by private property rights, access restrictions on access-controlled state-owned property (as defined in § The Right to Carry Weapons), and except that an individual can be excluded by standing court order from specific locales contained within a radius of up to half a mile, as a precondition of non-prosecution for harassment.

No identification or other documentation can be required to travel freely within the boundaries of the nation (which freedom of travel is subject to the exceptions enumerated in the previous paragraph).

The only permissable justifications for disallowing the movement of an individual into or out of the nation are current court proceedings or engagements, or concern for the physical safety of others as substantiated by statements or conduct of the individual.

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