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 [Public Disorder] Wiltshire vs. Coudebuche- Discharged

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PostSubject: Re: [Public Disorder] Wiltshire vs. Coudebuche- Discharged   Thu 9 Nov - 12:08

Lawsuit between Coudebuche and Wiltshire

Coudebuche was charged with commission of public disorder.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been discharged.
This case is not strong enough for conviction.

It is dismissed for lack of evidence.


Bill of indictment
The defendant is charged with violation of Wiltshire Law 007 - Public Disorder, Section 005 - Conspiracy, Incitement and Accomplicity

Coudebuche, the defendant, is accused of conspiring to rebel and attack the town hall of Gloucester. This act would be a violation of Wiltshire Law 004 - Betrayal, Section 003 - Rebellion against Towns. The defendant was caught discussing this act in The Lonsdale tavern with Jacket. Ashuri is one witness during the time in the tavern.

Evidence of this attempt will be posted in the Wiltshire Inn.

First defence pleading
I don't know what it's mean and I don't speak very well english.

Prosecutor indictment
The defendant didn't present to the Court.

Last defence pleading
The defendant didn't present to the Court.

The prosecutor called Ashuri
His statement:
I am not sure why i am ask to be the prosecutor when i am not the person to make the report to our honour judge and jury.

I can only testify that Coudebuche was kind enough to explain to me how the rebel system works as i am curious about the recently revolt going on at Salisbury.

He further explain to me the consequences that will affect the town if rebels revolt successfully.

Regards,
Ashuri
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