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What jurisdiction are you in? I will try and help.
There is no such thing as a common law jurisdiction. You may not like the fact, but for you to be able to appeal, you need to be convicted. That is the first step. Then you will need to move up the hierarchy of appellate courts. The Supreme Court is an appellate court. You can't start there.
Also, your premise is correct. You may absolutely acquire a car without a valid driver's license and you can absolutely use that vehicle without restriction however you see fit. Just so long as you do not leave property that you own. If you want to buy a 10,000 acre ranch, then by all means, buy whatever you want and bounce around out there without a license. The problem arises as soon as you want to drive off your land and onto roads that are owned by taxpayers/the government. If you want to do that, they you will need tags, a license and insurance.
I hope this helps.