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 [Public Disorder] MacBouvs. Firegun- Guilty

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PostSubject: Re: [Public Disorder] MacBouvs. Firegun- Guilty   Thu 9 Nov - 12:10

Lawsuit between Macbou and Wiltshire

Macbou was charged with commission of public disorder.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of public disorder.
The defendant was captured in disguise trying to board a ship for germany. He is fined 5 pound for contempt of court in trying to flee justice. He is also fined the amount of the goods, 400 pounds, as a lesson to all that 'crime does not pay'.
The defendant has been sentenced to 405 pounds fine.

Bill of indictment
The defendant is charged with violation of Wiltshire Law 007 - Public Disorder, Section 001, the crime of Robbery.

We charge that the defendant, Macbou, did rob [Cow], the victim, while he was travelling near Gloucester. Evidence has been posted in the Wiltshire Inn for all to see.

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

Prosecutor indictment
The defendant didn't present to the Court. Macbou didn't present any evidences and did not respect the Court. The Prosecution recommends heavy punishment.

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

The prosecutor called [Cow]
His statement:
When I was on the road 20 miles southwest of Gloucester on 27 of October, I was viciously robbed by Macbou. He took from me 11 pieces of meat, 6 vegetables, 5 loaves of bread and 1 boat.

The evidences are here,

proof of robbery:

evidence of the goods robbed:

I plead with the judge to punish him harshly
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