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 [Traitorousness] Virginie46 vs Cornwall - Guilty

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PostSubject: [Traitorousness] Virginie46 vs Cornwall - Guilty   Fri 11 Aug - 15:53

Bill of indictment wrote:
Virginie46 , you are accused of Treason for attempt of rebellion in the County of Cornwall.
You approached someone, trying to recruit her for an organized rebellion against the Castle.
The law is:"Chapter 6 - Treason

attempting to remove any office holder, by revolt or rebellion or, opposing official Cornwell county force anywhere or the force of our allies or, willfully aiding others in any of the above."

Here are the evidence against you:

Hopefully, the RedCoat guards have been warned and the rebellion failed, but the attempt is a crime anyway.

According to our laws, you have the right to a lawyer, you can find help here: http://www.acilion.com/englishforum/viewtopic.php?t=12859

First defence pleading wrote:
I will explain you: I never wanted to revolt me against the duchy I voulé just to make me friends in this city I am completely sorry but I would be never to revolt!

Prosecutor indictment wrote:
What a funny way to make friends ?
Can the Court believe this ?
I don't think so.

Your excuse is unacceptable, imagine you met enough people to accept your revolt proposition ?
This behaviour is dangerous and must be condemned.
The prosecution requires 3 days of jail

Last defence pleading wrote:
I am completely sorry I would not start again never again have pity if it plait you! I swear you that I does not recomencerait!

Mamelretour (called by the defence) wrote:

Pitchounette (called by the prosecutor) wrote:
Virginie contacted me to make a revolt against the county, she wanted to be a judge. She wants now to be mayor of Barnstaple, I think she is dangerous for the county.

Sentence wrote:
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of traitorousness.
This court finds Virginie46 guilty in the case Virginie46 vs Cornwall. For attempting to rebellion u receive 3 days in jail .
The defendant has been sentenced to prison penalty 3 days.

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