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Ecthelion
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:00

Lawsuit between Idontlikeme and Wiltshire

Idontlikeme was charged with the commission of public disorder.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been discharged.
Case dismissed


Bill of indictment
Idontlikeme is charged under Book 4: Betrayal, Chapter 3: Rebellions against towns, for an attempted revolt in Winchester on March 15, 1455.

The crime was witnessed by a guard on duty in the town, Nikkitom:
http://img299.imageshack.us/my.php?image=revolthf0.jpg

First defence pleading
sorry i dont spake wery well englich:

i dont know why i doit it please delete my charakter i cant do it i dont know how i dont like ths game any more

Prosecutor indictment
This case was begun in error under the incorrect indictment. A new case has been started under the correct law.

Dismiss this case without prejudice.

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

The prosecutor called Renault
His statement:
This case was begun in error under the incorrect indictment. A new case has been started under the correct law.

Dismiss this case without prejudice.
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:01

Lawsuit between Chaplain_mos and Wiltshire

Chaplain_mos was charged with the commission of traitorousness.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been discharged.
Discharged

Tropinha,Lord of Salisbury
Wiltshire County Judge
24 March 1455


Bill of indictment
Chaplain_mos is charged under Book 5, Chapter 2: Perjury, for having brought falsified charges against Banditu and furthering the lie by presenting testimony in court.

Banditu and Chaplain_mos engaged in a volutary duel on the Evesham-Oxford road on March 15, 1455. Upon losing said fight, Chaplain_mos proceeded to file criminal charges against Banditu for robbery.

The prosecution offers evidence in the form of the accused's own writing to the affect that he accepted the challenge and contends that he willfully participated in the duel in that he did travel to the agreed upon location.

Chaplain_mos' lie is one of ommission, yet still constitutes offering false testimony to the court. His testimony can be found in the case of "Banditu v. Wiltshire" and his authored acceptance of the duel is here:

http://img155.imageshack.us/my.php?image=messageyo9.jpg

First defence pleading
Why the hell would I choose to fight some one. I do not wish to fight! I didn't accept any duel, The message i receved from banditu was a day after the offece happened, which i would be able to show you if you want me to.

I was receved the mail at this exact time 2007-03-16 08:24:39, I was robbed at another time before this event, as you would be able to see on the print screen that i was robbed befroe the mail was sent, the time i was robbed was 15-03-2007 04:09, as you can see the mail was sent a day after i was robbed.

There is no case I will now post my print screen on this to show you, you can check both times!

The mail
https://2img.net/h/i78.photobucket.com/albums/j114/eldar_666/message.jpg

The mail screen(not tamperd with I have not deleted any message scince last week, and i have been in another town for about a week, the oldest mail i have is from Danni_ddd about my normal said of veg, It was recived on 2007-03-02 18:35:56)

The mail screen
https://2img.net/h/i78.photobucket.com/albums/j114/eldar_666/mail.jpg

So as you can see from that one group of evidence in my favour shows that I have not broken any laws. And another thing I bolive i said that AFTER I was robbed I recived the message, the key word beind AFTER, that means at a later time!

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

Last defence pleading
If you look on my other case Banditu said that he will make a public anouncment so every one should know, I think next time he should also tell the person he is "Dueling" that they are going to duel not just tell himself.

And another thing is Banditu doesn't seem to have any evidence that it was a duel, while if you check all of my print screens you will see that i had no message from him till one day after i was robbed.

There is no way they i could be guilty of such an offence, for one thing I would not accept to a duel because i am not stupid enough to accept a dues with 20 strengh(wich has dropped to 18 thanks to banditu(oh and does his name sound like bandit or is that just me) who robbed me off all my possetions) I am not stupid i would not attack anyone, I am a member of the WA, I am here to deffend people not attack them or (how insuled i am to have even been accused of such a thing) Accepting to a duel!

The prosecutor called Banditu
His statement:
i thank the court for allowing me to give a statement, becouse bending on this case i will get the sentence in the case against me.

1. yes i have evidence and i posted: the reply u sent me and u made fun of my status...and i yes i have sent u another message after the duel asking u how u are(u did not reply on that one).

2. i think u are stupid mate, because u accepted the duel (becouse u had 20 str u accepted becouse u said a player with 0 str cannot defeat one with 20str - i proved to u that the str do not count u need to have over 50str to count)

3. u are member of WA becouse they are recruting now...i have no honour if u were not man enough to losse like a man...and i bet u are a member for maximum 2 weeks.

4. we are not here to talk about my name and for ur knowledge my name come from a historical figure in my country.

even if u get away this time and i will be accused of robbery i want to tell u Chaplain_mos that u are a sorry losser and a very small man.

i thank the court once again for allowing me to testify.

The prosecutor called Renault
His statement:
My apologies to the court for my absence, I was detained (IRL). I will not speak in regards to the defendant's last pleading.

I only wish to illustrate that the defendant has not spoken about the message he sent to Banditu - as presented in the Bill of Indictment, which clearly states that he accepts the duel - and remarks in the tone that he expects not to lose.

Banditu's claim that the robbery was in fact a duel seems justified in light of this message.

Banditu has asked to present testimony here to counter some baseless accusations against his character by the defendant.

If the court finds that the fight was in fact a duel, then Chaplain_mos is guilty of presenting false testimony, ergo perjury and subject to a fine and one day imprisonment; though the prosecution would concede that the loss of the fight was punishment to some degree and would esttle for a reduced sentence of guilty with a 15 pound fine.

If on the other hand, the court deems the act a robbery, and not a duel - this case should be dismissed without prejudice and the robbery case originally filed against Banditu should reflect that decision.
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:01

Lawsuit between Banditu and Wiltshire

Banditu was charged with the commission of public disorder.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of public disorder.
In the case of Wiltshire County vs Banditu, on the charge of Public Disorder, in that you did robbed Chaplain_mos, this court finds you guilty.

You are ordered to compensate the victim with 50 pounds and more 50 to the King. You are convicted to 2 days of imprisonment.

Tropinha,Lord of Salisbury
Wiltshire County Judge
24 March 1455
The defendant has been sentenced to prison penalty 2 days.

Bill of indictment
Banditu is charged under Book 7: Public Disorder, Chapter 1: Crimes against persons and property, for the robbery of Chaplain_mos on the Evesham-Oxford road on March 15, 1455.

Evidence to be presented by the victim.

First defence pleading
yes...i have fight Chaplain, but in a duel, i was not robbing him.

i took from him 14,15 pounds and 2 pieces of bread wich i'm willing to give back to him, i just wanted to prove him that i can kick his a$$, not to rob him.

also i want to mention that i'm no criminal and i want to go back to my peaceful life as soon as posible...and if ever want to duel again i will make a public anouncement so this kind of situation to be avoided (this was an advice from a friend, becouse inocent travelers could have beed hurt by our duel).

if sorry for endengering inocent travelers, but i'm a noob in this game and i hope u can forgive me for this time.

Prosecutor indictment
The victim has proven a robbery transpired. However, the defendant has provided equally compelling evidence that the act was in fact a duel, entered into under mutual consent of both parties; in which case, this prosecution is more an act of vengeance to appease the victim's injured pride than an act of justice.

The prosecution will leave it in the hands of the court to decide which side of the argument speaks the truth. If it was a duel, this case should be dismissed and the victim is guilty of perjury. If it was a bonafide robbery, the victim should be compensated 50 pounds for his loss; rendering a total fine of 100 pounds (50 directed to the victim, 50 to the King) and 2 days imprisonment.

Indictment entered this 22nd day of March 1455.

Renault, Earl of Portsmouth, Lord of Southampton
Wiltshire County Public Prosecutor

Last defence pleading
let justice prevail.

i'm no thief and i will obey the court decision.

The prosecutor called Chaplain_mos
His statement:
I was walking from Evesham with (I think, I can't be entirely sure) 20 pounds or around that and about 3 roles of bread. As you can see from the evidence, which may I add has not been tampered with wile in my possession. I saw no reason for the attack and robbery that Banditu committed. And I could clearly see that it was an offence that has been carried out.

You can see the print screen at the URL of: https://2img.net/h/i78.photobucket.com/albums/j114/eldar_666/Printscreen.jpg

Also because of his attack I can’t eat for a few days, because I am in a different town, I have to pay money to sleep in a hostel, the bread in this town costs over 6 pounds I only have 6 pounds to buy food with, I also had to spend a night in jail for not having any money.

I am also glad that the intended purpose of the trip didn’t go to plan, because not only would he have stolen money from me, but also a level 0 friend of mine(and yes we found out that level 0s can’t travel).

May I also apologise that what most of what I say is complete rubbish but I have not got much experience at being in the court room.
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:02

Lawsuit between Idontlikeme and Wiltshire

Idontlikeme was charged with the commission of betrayal.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of betrayal.
In the case of Wiltshire County vs Idontlikeme, on the charge of Betrayal, rebelling against town of Winchester, this court finds you guilty.

The defendant revolted against the town of Winchester and the evidence is clear on that attempt. For that, the Court finds you guilty and punish you to 2 days of imprisonment.

Tropinha,Lord of Salisbury
Wiltshire County Judge
25 March 1455
The defendant has been sentenced to prison penalty 2 days.

Bill of indictment
Idontlikeme is charged under Book 4: Betrayal, Chapter 3: Rebellions against towns, for an attempted revolt in Winchester on March 15, 1455.

The crime was witnessed by a guard on duty in the town, Nikkitom:
http://img299.imageshack.us/my.php?image=revolthf0.jpg

First defence pleading
sorry i dont spake wery well englich:

i dont know why i doit it please delete my charakter i cant do it i dont know how i dont like ths game any more

Prosecutor indictment
Your honor,

The court can clearly see through the evidence and testimony presented by the witness that the crime of revolting against the town of Winchester was in fact committed by the accused. Additionally, the accused fails to refute or even deny the charge.

The prosecution recommends a guilty verdict with a sentence of 2 days imprisonment.

Indictment entered this 18th day of March, 1455.

Renault, Earl of Portsmouth, Lord of Southampton
Wiltshire County Public Prosecutor

Last defence pleading
hi

itīs idontlikeme so why you dident delete my ??

oki

so ähm i dont understand anything and i dont wanne understand you understand ?

d-generation x is a so damn foul you donīt know wath you donīt know wath to do
hulkomaina will never die
smack that is all an the flor
if you semelle wath the rock is cookig
it wasent my fault
my time is now because you canīt see my muhaaaaaa
blaa bllaa
wrestling yupi
hallo
hi
bonjouro
bonjour
allo
ola
.
.
.
so
then
REST IN PEACE
peace and love

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bye

The defence called Swordfriend

The prosecutor called Nikkitom
His statement:
You honor,

As You already know I've been on duty the day revolt happened together with the brave soldier of our Town and helped subdue it. I presented you the evidence and am here to confirm that Idontlikeme was caught commencing this crime.

Thank you.
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:03

Lawsuit between Superlolo and Wiltshire

Superlolo was charged with the commission of fraud.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of fraud.
In the case of Wiltshire County vs Skillless, on the charge of Fraud, manipulation of Dorchester market, this court finds you guilty.

This is the first crime and you didnīt made much profit of it. I just fine you to pay 10 pounds and a warning not to do it again.

Tropinha,Lord of Salisbury
Wiltshire County Judge
27 March 1455
The defendant has been sentenced to 10 pounds fine.

Bill of indictment
Superlolo is charged under Book 6, Chapter 1: Economic manipulation, for purchasing bread on the Dorchester market and reselling it at a higher price on the same market.

As this was the only bread on the market at the time, the added fraud statute on creating and abusing a monopoly applies as well.

The evidence as presented by the complainant, space_dude:
https://2img.net/h/i171.photobucket.com/albums/u282/dr_koopon/eventcropped.jpg

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

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

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

The prosecutor called Space_dude
His statement:
For several days, there was very little bread on our market as I seemed to be the only baker putting any on sale. When I noticed superlolo buying 20 loaves on the 12th, and 16 the day after I assumed he was just hoarding. When bread appeared later that day at a higher price, I bought a couple loaves on a hunch (I suspected him because he is obviously a frenchman). Sure enough, the higher priced bread was being sold by the very same superlolo, and was still the only bread available.
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:03

Lawsuit between Demetreus and Wiltshire

Demetreus was charged with the commission of public disorder.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of public disorder.
In the case of Wiltshire County vs Demetreus, on the charge of Public Disorder, in that you did rob Andrew_Paul, this court finds you guilty.

The evidence is clear. You are ordered to return 40 pounds to the victim and to pay more 60 to the King himself. You have to pass 4 days in prison.
If you donīt complete the payment to Andrew_Paul, the court will start another trial against you.


Tropinha,Lord of Salisbury
Wiltshire County Judge
27 March 1455



The defendant has been sentenced to prison penalty 4 days.

Bill of indictment
Demetreus is charged under Book 7, Chapter 1: Crimes against persons and property, for 2 counts of Robbery.

The accused robbed Andrew_Paul on the Dorchester-Southampton road on two consecutive days, March 11-12, 1455.

In all, the victim has been robbed of 4 corn bags (purchased on March 10 at 3.40) and 25 pounds. (10-03-2007 20:50 : You have bought from Dixieman 4 bags of corn for 3,40 pounds.)

Evidence presented by the victim:
https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img201/8793/robbedkm4.th.png

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

Prosecutor indictment
The combination of the evidence presented, the victim's testimony, and the lack of appearance by the defendant forces the prosecution to recommend a guilty verdict with a maximum sentence, 100 pounds (of which 40 are to be directed returned to the victim, Andrew_Paul) and a term of imprisonment of 2-4 days.

Indictment entered this 22 day of March, 1455.

Renault, Earl of Portsmouth, Lord of Southampton
Wiltshire County Public Prosecutor

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

The prosecutor called Andrew_Paul
His statement:
Yes as stated I was going to Southampton. Minding my own business when Demetreus robbed me. The next day I was starving and he robbed me again.
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Lawsuit between The_Light and Wiltshire

The_Light was charged with the commission of betrayal.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of betrayal.
In the case of Wiltshire County vs The_Light, on the charge of Betrayal, economic manipulation in Southampton, this court finds you guilty.

For the other charges, Treason and Abuse of Power, this Court founds you, NOT GUILTY. The evidences arenīt clear enough to convict the defendant for this charges. However, isnīt the first time The_Light comes to court. For that and the guilty on the charge of Economic Manipulation, the Judge fines you with 250 pounds.

Tropinha,Lord of Salisbury
Wiltshire County Judge
27 March 1455
The defendant has been sentenced to 250 pounds fine.

Bill of indictment
The_Light is charged under the following articles of the laws of Witshire County:

1. Treason (Book 4 Betrayal, Chapter 1)
2. Abuse of Power (Book 7 Public Disorder, Chapter 4)
3. Economic Manipulation (Book 6 Fraud, Chapter 1)

The_Light, following twelve months of service as the mayor of Southampton, has looted the town hall of funds by selling personal goods at inflated prices and possibly goods granted by the Kingdom of Bulgaria.

The_Light, while serving in the position of Mayor of Southampton, Wiltshire County, England and as a council member in the same county, has sworn fealty to the Duke of Bulgaria where he serves as their Captain. As no formal (or informal) relations exist between the Kingdon of England or the County of Wiltshire and the Kingdom of Bulgaria, this act in itself is treasonous.

http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif
http://forum.renaissancekingdoms.com/viewtopic.php?t=32758url

First defence pleading
Your Honour,

I quote all this absurd:
"The_Light is charged under the following articles of the laws of Witshire County:

1. Treason (Book 4 Betrayal, Chapter 1)
2. Abuse of Power (Book 7 Public Disorder, Chapter 4)
3. Economic Manipulation (Book 6 Fraud, Chapter 1)

The_Light, following twelve months of service as the mayor of Southampton, has looted the town hall of funds by selling personal goods at inflated prices and possibly goods granted by the Kingdom of Bulgaria.

The_Light, while serving in the position of Mayor of Southampton, Wiltshire County, England and as a council member in the same county, has sworn fealty to the Duke of Bulgaria where he serves as their Captain. As no formal (or informal) relations exist between the Kingdon of England or the County of Wiltshire and the Kingdom of Bulgaria, this act in itself is treasonous.

http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif
http://forum.renaissancekingdoms.com/viewtopic.php?t=32758url"

Now part by part:
"The_Light is charged under the following articles of the laws of Witshire County:

1. Treason (Book 4 Betrayal, Chapter 1)
2. Abuse of Power (Book 7 Public Disorder, Chapter 4)
3. Economic Manipulation (Book 6 Fraud, Chapter 1)"

I will prove that these accusations are baseless.

"The_Light, following twelve months of service as the mayor of Southampton, has looted the town hall of funds by selling personal goods at inflated prices and possibly goods granted by the Kingdom of Bulgaria."

I had never had any grants from Bulgaria. The council had already given me a grant to check it. Also I am informed that the judge had received the testimony of the Duke of Bulgaria, Der_Jager, Count of Bulgaria.
Also, there are no proves that I had looted anything because I hadn't looted anything. Check the 'evidence' that the prosecution shows. It is nothing but a market. No proves are shwon in this court by the prosecution, I see only talking, baseless accusations and biased natured trial. I had not done anything against the law of Wiltshire.

"The_Light, while serving in the position of Mayor of Southampton, Wiltshire County, England and as a council member in the same county, has sworn fealty to the Duke of Bulgaria where he serves as their Captain. As no formal (or informal) relations exist between the Kingdon of England or the County of Wiltshire and the Kingdom of Bulgaria, this act in itself is treasonous."

I hadn't sworn to Duke of Bulgaria. Again, there are no proves. I had never been captain of Bulgarian army. The judge is informed about that too.

We are here to listen to the letter of the law not to the personal feelings and bias.

The_Light

Prosecutor indictment
The prosecution contends that the evidence shows in detail the defendant returning the stolen goods/funds to the Town Hall. It is impossible to show that he took the goods, but by showing that he did return them, it proves that he acquired them improperly to begin with.

This action is a clear violation of his duties as the Mayor of Southampton and as a duly elected member of the Wiltshire Council. The prosecution feels the aforementioned evidence coupled with the added testimony of the current mayor of Southampton adequately justifies the charges of Abuse of Power (1 day imprisonment) and Economic Manipulation (since the goods/funds were returned, the fine should be punitive, not compensatory).

The argument for treason against the defendant is simply that he, while serving as the mayor of Southampton and a Wiltshire Council member, concurrently served on the Bulgarian Council - as proclaimed by him in his own profile and as reported by JackFack in the inn. While it is noble of the defendant to try to assist a fledgling nation in their formation, it is against the interests of the Kingdom of England and the County of Wiltshire for a council member (one who had unrestricted to security and economic data, discussions and reports) to engage in a relationship which could result in a divided sense of loyalty.

The prosecution contends that had the King, HRH LongJohnSilver, not intervened on behalf of the County of Wiltshire, the defendant would have fled our jurisdiction with the goods and funds acquired illegally and moved permanently to the Kingdom of Bulgaria, where he had formed such a relationship with the founding aristocracy. His loyalties are clearly divided and simply by taking on a council role in a foreign, non-treatied government, the accused has committed an act of treason against the security of the County of Wiltshire and the Kingdom of England.

The prosecution recommends a guilty verdict on all counts. Sentencing recommendations by count:
1. Treason: 4-7 days imprisonment

2. Abuse of Power: 1 day imprisonment, removal from current Council office and be barred from council office for at least one additional term

3. Economic manipulation: Punitive fine not to exceed 1000 pounds.

Pending the outcome of this trial and in light of the sensitivity of this case and the charges filed, the Duke has barred the defendant from Council Chambers as a security measure. The ban is current and in affect.

Indictment entered this 25th day in the year of our Lord, 1455.

Renault, Earl of Portsmouth, Lord of Southampton
Wiltshire County Public Prosecutor
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:04

Completion of previous trial . . .

Last defence pleading
Your Honour,

I want to remind the prosecution and the witnesses of the prosecution that this is place of justice, or at least it should be place of justice and their baseless accusasions has no place here.
The "evidences" that the prosecution and its witnesses offered are nothing but screenshots of my great profile and on the other hand a market.
First I will comment again that called "evidences"
I see only my extremely honourable and generous gift to the Town Hall of Southampton. You can see the flour bags at 40 pounds that I bought and it is an evidence of my great character and person. I really made a large donation to the Town Hall of Southampton and if this is the reason I am here I will be happy if the current mayor decides to give me back the donated money. As for the rest of the screenshots, they don't prove anything. What can we see there? One market on of the screnshots and on another my great profile (part of my profile of course).
I want to ask if I have bought anything using the Town Hall? Can you see such evidence? You cannot!
We are here to judge according the evidence and the real happening and we see nothing criminal. We are here to listen to the letter of the law not to our personal feelings, it is a pity the prosecutor and his witnesses are unable to leave them behind the doors of the Court. Your Honour, if we come here with biases and prejudices we will not see the justice and the justice points very clearly that I am completely innocent. What is the point of a trial when the decision is made before the case? We all know the answer, don't we?
Nothing was stolen, even the biased witnesses and prosecutor admitted it, there is only one big my donation for which the current mayor still hadn't sent me a thank letter, that is not polite at all.
What if every good person is prosecuted and killed? There will be only bad people around. That "punishing" fine is not punishing at all, the prosecutor proposed a deadly fine, such fine means death for almost all characters in England. Do you want to kill an innocent citizen? With this fine you will kill one innocent person who is prosecuted for nothing.
Again, have we lost the justice in these rooms? I saw all of the evidence showed in this case and there is nothing criminal in them. Have I sld anything to the Town Hall of Southampton? Do you have evidence for that? The answer is no! Have I sold anything to the Town Hall of Southampton? Yes, I bought only flour bags at a price that I made a generous donation to the Town Hall of Southampton.
The other cases, they are again baseless. If donating to the Town Hall is abuse then prosecute everyone who made any donation to any institution but is it crime at all? It is nto a crime, it is charity, it is act of good will, it is honourable deed.
I can not tell much about the other case, it is so cofusing. I believe , your Honour, you have received many mails with testimony that I had never exported any inforamtion, that I had never threatened the security of Wiltshire and England, that I never acted agaisnt Wiltshire and England. To be member of two councils is not something that is threatening something. I will call myself to this court as witness or call soemone else to add mails from people who also I am sure mailed you with their testimonies.
Again, I have never betrayed Wiltshire and England.
We are here to listen to the letter of the law not to our personal feelings, remember that the goddess of justice is blind, that is with purpose.
This farce, this parody with baseless and proveless evidences presented by the prosecution and its witnesses must stop. And me, The_Light, honourable person and good citizen, to be discharged for all accusations.

The_Light

The defence called Dani_ddd
His statement:
Your honour,
The words of the Prosecutor are total noncense. I am so sorry to see a person that is supposed to be a gardian of the justice showing complete ignorance towards the laws of Wiltshire.

First, I request my brother to be dischaged for Economic Manipulation. And the simple reason is he didn't commited anything that is determined as Economy manipulation. According to the very Legal Corpus of Wiltshire Economy Manipulation is:
- hoarding goods;
- creating and abusing a monopoly;
- dumping goods on a market;
- buying one or more goods and reselling it against a higher price on the same market.

It is clear my bother never commited hoarding or dumping. He had also never created or abused monololly. And that is why he hadn't been charged for them.
So I guess, the PP means buying one or more goods and reselling it against a higher price on the same market. Alas, this charge is not correct.
Let's first speculate the accusation of the PP are correct and Light had stolen goods from the town hall of SH. The way PP speculate the crime is commited includes buying and reselling goods. However it is pretty clear the law does not means that. The law is created to prevent players from buying cheap goods at the player's market and reselling them for a higher price at the very same market. Take in mind that is considered a crime only when one of the sides does not know what the other one is doing. For example: I have a good friend and needs money; I sell him cheap breads for 6 pounds and tell him to resell them for 6.50 to get some money. This is actually buying and reselling goods at the same market but it CANNOT be considered a crime because both sides had agreed upon certain temrs. In this case what we have is a deal and such a deal excludes the action of the Economic manipulation law.
In our case we have a town hall represented by The Light and The Light as sides. What he needs is his agreement to do the deal. And as we already assume he had done several transactions, then he is sure to have given himself his agreement. Thus no economic manipulation is committed.
We can argue if it is right to make a deal with yourself. But take in mind Legal corpus of Wiltshir does not forbid it. And even if Your Honour think such action is not right, this cannot be considered Economy manipulation but an abuse of power.
That is why I request my brother to be discharged for Economy manipulation.

I also request my borther be discharged for treason. He is acused of being member of two councils at the same time.
Here I would ask, and what if one is member of two councils? Did he do something disadvantagious towards the council of Wiltshire? I say NO. Even the the PP admits it. Your Honour, it is not a crime to belong to another country. I am bulgarian, I am not in any council, but for nothing on Earth I will stop love my homeland and its RK image (the Bulgaria Kingdom). And yet, I am a mayor of a town in Wiltshire. Should I be tirled for that? Should I be hunted just because I give my best as mayor of Malborough and I love my homeland? Because, Your Honour, If this council declare a war on my homeland, I will do my best to prevent such an invasion. Wouldn't You do the same for one future kingdom of Portuguse? But does this makes us worse govermenrs? You and me and all other mayors and coucilors gives their best no matter their country because we have our position given by the trust of thousands people. Light didn't commit anything wrong. It hadn't been even his wish to become councilor in Bulgaria and yet, the PP wants his head. I think this is wrong, what about You?


And here we come to the last charge - Abuse of power. All words of the PP and the witnesses leads to this sole crime. They all claim my bro stole momey from the town hall by making several deals with himself. For me, the presented proves doesn't show anything. We see a market, several wheat bags and that's all. The only thing we can see for sure is that Light brought several flour bags by TH from himself for 40 pounds per bag (which is actually a donation). The very PP agreed that EVEN if there were a crime commited, everything were returned. The single meaning of this fact is that Even if the crime was commited The Light regrets his doing and that the town hall of SH didn't suffer losses.
But in fact TH had some losses - about 2 trade points that were spent (as the screenshot presented byt he mayor of SH shows). 10 trade points costs 40 pounds at most. That means 2 trade points costs 8 pounds
PP suggests 1000 pounds PUNISHING fine. I wouldn't agree on that. The only damage caused by my brother according to the words of the PP is just 8 pounds. The PP wants to fine him for 125 times more. According to the very principles of law the punishment should be according to the crime. We cannot sentance someone to death because he had stolen a bucket ( well a bucket costs a bit more than 40 pounds but it is a good example).
For the reasons above, I recommend Light to be sentanced to pay those 10 pounds directly to the town hall, and to be fined 100 pounds for the troubles he caused to this court.


Yours,
Dani
Mayor of Malborough

The defence called The_Light

The prosecutor called Illynya
His statement:
Your Honour,
Regarding the charges of 'looting the town hall,' I submit the following additional evidence taken from the market in Southampton on March 16, 1455:

http://www.cherrydawson.com/RK/southamptonmarket3-16.htm
http://www.twocolours.net/pp/the_light1.jpg
http://www.twocolours.net/pp/the_light2.jpg

I also submit evidence from the Town Hall dashboard taken after reset the same day:

http://www.twocolours.net/pp/TH5.jpg
http://www.twocolours.net/pp/TH4.jpg

I believe this evidence speaks for itself regarding these charges.
Thank you.

The prosecutor called Miniphoenix
His statement:
Your Honor,
On March 16th, I received screenshots incriminating The_Light for pillaging Southampton's Town Hall. I placed the screenshots in Council. These screenshots are the same mentioned in the indictment. Merces_Letifer, Caissadiplomat, MissSerendipity, and Illynya all took their own screenshots to independently verify what The_Light was doing to Southampton's Town Hall. Kincaid and FAngel22, both men I know to be trustworthy, also witnessed the pillaging of Southampton's Town Hall.
Thank you,
Miniphoenix
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:05

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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:05

Lawsuit between 2007-03-25, Richey99 and Wiltshire

Richey99 is charged with the commission of betrayal.

The judge awaits the last defence pleading
(to be lodged within two weekdays after the indictment)

Bill of indictment
The defendant, Richey99, stands accused of Betrayal, in that he did attempt to revolt against the duly elected town government of Dorchester on March 23, 1455, as witnessed by Burt:

23-03-2007 04:08 : A revolt attempt took place in front of the town hall, and you helped subdue it. During the brawl, you recognized Richey99 among the assailants.

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

Prosecutor indictment
The prosecution recommends a guilty verdict with a penalty of two days imprisonment. The evidence and testimony are clear and the defendant has failed to appear to dispute the charges or the facts of the case.

Indictment entered this 30th day of March, 1455.

Renault, Earl of Portsmouth, Lord of Southampton
Wiltshire County Public Prosecutor (outgoing)

You can call a second witness

The prosecutor called Burt
His statement:
23-03-2007 04:08 :I was work as part of the town malitia. A revolt attempt took place in front of the town hall, and I helped subdue it. During the brawl, I recognized the ringleader Richey99 among the assailants. The Swine!!!
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 30 Mar - 21:06

Since the trials were stacking up and we were almost going to start losing them, I have posted them here. This weekend I hope to update the archives with them.

Wiltshire Mayors and Councils updated.
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Lawsuit between Richey99 and Wiltshire

Richey99 was charged with the commission of betrayal.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of betrayal.
In the case of Wiltshire County vs. Richey99, we find the defendant guilty of betrayal. This is a severe crime and must be given a severe sentence, 3 days.
The defendant has been sentenced to prison penalty 3 days.

Bill of indictment
The defendant, Richey99, stands accused of Betrayal, in that he did attempt to revolt against the duly elected town government of Dorchester on March 23, 1455, as witnessed by Burt:

23-03-2007 04:08 : A revolt attempt took place in front of the town hall, and you helped subdue it. During the brawl, you recognized Richey99 among the assailants.

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

Prosecutor indictment
The prosecution recommends a guilty verdict with a penalty of two days imprisonment. The evidence and testimony are clear and the defendant has failed to appear to dispute the charges or the facts of the case.

Indictment entered this 30th day of March, 1455.

Renault, Earl of Portsmouth, Lord of Southampton
Wiltshire County Public Prosecutor (outgoing)

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

The prosecutor called Burt
His statement:
23-03-2007 04:08 :I was work as part of the town malitia. A revolt attempt took place in front of the town hall, and I helped subdue it. During the brawl, I recognized the ringleader Richey99 among the assailants. The Swine!!!
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Lawsuit between Burt and the town of Dorchester

Burt was charged with the commission of traitorousness.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of traitorousness.
I find you guilty of public disorder in this case. Maybe next time you will think twice when trying to raise a rebellion against the lawful government of a town. There are other avenues of discourse of a nore peaceful nature that you could have taken. If I see you here again, I will not be so lenient.
The defendant has been sentenced to eradication.

Bill of indictment
This charlatan is sending messages to agitate the people in Dorchester, Southampton and Chard to attack the townhall of Dorchester.

You can see the evidences in the forums of these towns.

The_Legend, Revander, and Apragon have seen this guy talking about that in the tavern also.

First defence pleading
I, BURT FIELD MARSHALL OF THE PEOPLES REPUBLICAIN ARMY DO NOT ACKNOWLEDGE THESE CHARGES BROUGHT AGAINST ME, I AM A CITIZEN OF THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF DORCHESTER AND THEREFORE ADHERE TO P.R.D LAWS. NOT YOUR FASCIST LAWS.

Prosecutor indictment
I apologize from the court that this crime is not a treason but a public disorder.

Last defence pleading
YOU FASCIST FOOLS, YOU CANT EVEN TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TREASON AND PUBLIC DISORDER.

WE, THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF DORCHERSTER. HEREBY SUMMONS THE FASCIST DICTATOR DONMEZ TO APPEAR IN THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC COURT, FOR SEVERAL COUNTS OF MURDER THROUGH STRAVATION OF OUR COMRADES.

"FOR THE PEOPLE"

The prosecutor called The_Legend
His statement:
Your honour,

I have witnessed the defendant's warnings and attacks. I know he is talking rubish but he deservs to pay for his crime. I have screenshots to prove his crime. I also have a .txt file containing the discusiion but I know that's not going to be accepted in court. He sayd a lot more then I present in the screenshot but I didn't took more screenshots.

Here are the links to the screenshots:

https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img84/2254/proof1ko3.png

https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img95/8784/proof2jd2.png
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Lawsuit between Dartasan and Wiltshire

Dartasan was charged with the commission of slavery.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been discharged.
This appears to be a mistake, no sentence, tho if it happens again, I will take action.


Bill of indictment
Dartasan is charged under the Second book: Slavery, chapter 1: Minimum Wage, article 2, for hiring Warmare in Winchester for 12 pounds on 02 April 1455, 3 pounds under the minimum wage of Wiltshire County, as witnessed by Kaeso thus:

02/04 15:23 : Dartasan hires Warmare for 12,00 pounds

First defence pleading
Ladies and Gentleman of the court. I am sorry to notify that I did do this. I didn't realize that it said 12 pounds when I sent the job offer. I then went to the movies later in real life and when I got back to check my account I had 5 different pieces of mail warning me. I immediatly went to remove it but Warmare had allready taken the job. I hereby take full responsibility and only hope that the court goes easy on me for this once in a life time mistake.

Prosecutor indictment
It seems that the defendant has made an honest mistake, and if such is the case, he should do try to make ammends with the victim.
The prosecution recommends that the defendant give a TP to Warmare (as he has already done) and contact Warmare about making up the difference in wages. If Dartasan does this, the prosecution recommends the court to grant forgiveness.

The Prosecution rests.

Ecthelion
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

Last defence pleading
I have given Warmare a TP. I asked her if thier was something i could sell to her dirtcheap and she said no. So i have done my best to amke up for my mistake

The prosecutor called Kaeso
His statement:
Members of the court I did witness this crime as stated above, but I believe it was probably a mistake so I hope the judge sentences the man lightly.

The prosecutor called Warmare
His statement:
Mistakes happen. I hold no malice towards him. I would implore the Court to be lenient. I believe he is a good man.
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Lawsuit between Shadow_k and Wiltshire

Shadow_k was charged with the commission of slavery.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of slavery.
I satisfied with Shadow k's attempt at recompense and agree with the prosecutions suggestions. I am also imposing a small fine of 5 pounds since Firewarrior is deceased and he cannot receive monetary compensation, this can go to pay court costs.

Degas
4/9/1455
The defendant has been sentenced to 5 pounds fine.

Bill of indictment
Shadow_k is charged under the Second book: Slavery, chapter 1: Minimum Wage, article 2, for hiring Firewarrior101279 in Reading for 12 pounds on 02 April 1455, 3 pounds under the minimum wage of Wiltshire County, as witnessed by KuraiToki thus:

Firewarrior101279 was hired at 12 pounds by Shadow_k
http://img262.imageshack.us/my.php?image=shadowkevidencecm5.png
(third contract down)

The prosecution calls KuraiToki as primary witness and Firewarrior101279 as the victim.

First defence pleading
It was a mistake by me by not changing the wage but Firewarrior101279 has already taken it. The lag time of my IP connection was cut when i return the job was already taken. If KuraiToki and Firewarrior101279 knows it is below wage they must not take it and it is not also my error but also in there side. I Hope you understand the situation. I plead not guilty.

Prosecutor indictment
Error or not, hiring below the minimum wage is a violation of Wiltshire Law and carries it's punishments. Firewarrior101279 was taken advantage of as he may be unaware of the laws.

The prosecution recommends that the defendant give Firewarrior101279 a trust point as a sign of good will and that the defendant contact Firewarrior to ask if a small monetary recompense should be given (since Firewarrior is dead, there may be no reply, but the effort ought to be made).
If Shadow_k makes these attempts, then the prosecution recommends mercy.

The prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered this the ninth day of April in the year of our Lord 1455

Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

Last defence pleading
i have given trust point to Firewarrior101279 i hope that will be enough

The defence called Firewarrior101279

The prosecutor called KuraiToki
His statement:
Several days ago at town hall, I saw Shadow_k hiring there at 12 pounds.I recall that the minimum wage is set at 15 pounds; so I reported this..

The prosecutor called Firewarrior101279
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Lawsuit between Svery and Wiltshire

Svery was charged with the commission of slavery.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of slavery.
I am fining the defendant 20 pounds. The defendant has been around long enough that he should not be ignorant of this law.

Degas
12th April 1455.
The defendant has been sentenced to 20 pounds fine.

Bill of indictment
Svery is charged under the Second book: Slavery, chapter 1: Minimum Wage, article 2, for hiring Hahaha88 in Winchester for 12 pounds on 06 April 1455, 3 pounds under the minimum wage of Wiltshire County, as witnessed by Pritam thus:

Svery hires Hahaha88 for 12,00 pounds

The Prosecution calls Pritam as a witness and Hahaha88 as the victim of this crime.

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

Prosecutor indictment
Your honor, the crime was simple, but it cannot be overlooked. The defendant did not even bother to come to the court to defend himself.

The evidence is clear, he hired Hahaha88 (a level 0 player) for below the minimum wage, taking advantage of his ignorance of fair wages.

The prosecution asks for the maximum sentence for a level 1, and recommends that he give a trust point as well.

The prosecution understands the lack of defense as the defendant is in retreat at this time.

The prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered this the 12th day of April in the year of our Lord 1455.

Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

Last defence pleading
I didn't know that the minimum wages is 15 pounds.

The prosecutor called Pritam
His statement:
06/04 21:23 : Svery hires Hahaha88 for 12,00 pounds

Well,I did witness this crime. I don't know what Svery really intended but it might be a mistake. I hope the court will charge him lightly.

The prosecutor called Hahaha88
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Lawsuit between Errgan and Wiltshire

Errgan was charged with the commission of betrayal.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been discharged.
This character doesn't exist any longer.

Since Errgan no longer is among us, I am discharging the sentence.


Degas
13 April 1455




Bill of indictment
The prosecution brings forward this case of betrayal against Errgan. The AAP reports that yesterday Errgan did lead a revolt against the town hall of Marlborough (and this revolt was not sanctioned by the council).

This violates the Wiltshire Legal Corpus, Book Four: Betrayal, Article Three: Rebellions against Towns, Section 2:
"Whoever shall attack a Town Hall and overthrow the Town's legitimate govenment is punishable with imprisonment, at the discretion of the Judge. The Council will be authorised to take all necessary steps to regain the Town Hall concerned until a new Mayor will be installed after regular elections."

The defendant, Errgan, stands accused of Betrayal, in that he successfully overthrew the lawfully elected mayor of Marlborough in a revolt staged April 8, 1455 (and took power on the ninth).
The evidence is clear for all to see, as Errgan currently sits as mayor of Marlborough.

First defence pleading
I and five others overthrew the Mayor of Marlborough in a revolt.

Prosecutor indictment
Your honor, this case is clear, and the defendant makes no attempt to deny it. The evidence clearly shows that the accused, Errgan, did commit this act of betrayal against the town of Marlborough, and the penalty for this act is imprisonment by the laws of Wiltshire.

The Prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered this the 12th of April, in the year of our Lord 1455.

Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

Last defence pleading
I, Errgan, a self admitted clone and five other clones did in fact take over the town hall. I did not need the full army of 30 clones to overthrow the sorry excuse of the Bulgairian cow turd Dani. His only hope is to flee the country of England soonest with his brother and she dog wife before I can establish myself again and take away his next office.
Take me away now and burn me as I an tired of wasting my breath on the likes of Dani and his sheep puppets of Marlborough

The prosecutor called Dani_ddd
His statement:
I state that I was rightfully elected for mayor of Marlborough and I was overthrown with force by Errgan. As the Prosecutor stated the evidences are clear to be seen in everyone in the county in the AAP. For his confession in the taverns of Marlbooruhg that he had planned the rebelion on purpose, that he is multiaccounter, that the sole purpose of his account was to capture the town and remove me from power, I ask the judge for the max possible punishment.

Yours,
Dani
Rightful mayor of Marlborough
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Lawsuit between Errgan and Wiltshire

Errgan was charged with the commission of public disorder.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been discharged.
Errgan has already been eradicated. I am discharging the sentence.


Bill of indictment
The prosecution brings forward this case of Public Disorder: Abuse of Power against Errgan, now mayor of Marlborough.

His actions fall under the Wiltshire Legal Corpus, Book 7: Public Disorder, Article 4: Abuse of Power:
"Any official, appointed or elected, who shall

- abuse the powers of their office;
- grossly neglect their duties;
- act in a way disadvantageous of the people of Wiltshire or any town in Wiltshire;
- and/or commit any deed punishable under the Laws of Wiltshire,

shall be punishable with either:

- imprisonment of up to three days;
- or a fine equal to the worth of the damage done, increased with a percentage between 10 and 25.

In case of an official occupying a position on the Council of Wiltshire, the Judge may also recommend that the convict be dismissed from that position."

Since coming to power, Errgan has sold goods from the Town Hall's inventory at low prices, causing the TH to lose money on the transactions while not bringing gain to the town.

Some of his prices include:
Hides for 10 pounds
HHW for 13.50 (bought from the county at 15 pounds)
Fish for 17.10
Unhooped buckets for 20

These prices are clearly below the value of the products in Marlborough, and so Errgan is clearly damaging not only the Town Hall, but also the people of the town.

The people of Marlborough and of Wiltshire have cried out for justice.

First defence pleading
I offer the town hall records as my defense whether i looted and hurt the town. The treasury was increased 2300 and the inventory sitting was decreased. One crafsman was abler to put 2 pair of shoes in the market for 20 pounds each due to my lowered hide price. The TH sold the hides, the craftsman made a wage of 20 pounds and the buyer recieived goods at a fair price. I am such an evil man to think goods could be sold lower. the prices in the market have inflated due to the greed of the town people. It is them who make the town suffer not I. As I increased the coffer by about 2300 it will be interesting to see how much the TH will pay back out to rebuy the goods the citizens hoarded.

Once again I offer the records of the town hall in my defense but I cant access them.

Prosecutor indictment
If the treasury was increased by 2300 pounds in one day, with a little more time and careful planning, those same goods could have sold for considerably more. To do a quick selloff of the inventory of the TH is poor stewardship, and it means that the TH ultimately lost lots of potential money.

Although your actions were possibly well intentioned, they were severely misguided, and did more harm to the town than help.

The Prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered on the 13th of April, in the year of our Lord 1455.

Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

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

The defence called Alvanus
His statement:
I have been installed as Mayor in the short term and was asked by Errgan to take a screenshot of the inventory which I now present to the court.
Inventory of the Town's goods :

124 bags of corn put on sale - Leave in the tavern
10 fishes put on sale - Leave in the tavern
384 wheat bags put on sale
35 flour bags put on sale
2 hundredweights of cow put on sale
22 half-hundredweights of pig put on sale
13 balls of wool put on sale
229 hides put on sale
79 vegetables put on sale - Leave in the tavern
25 wood bushels put on sale
1 shaft put on sale
19 iron ore ounces put on sale
3 buckets put on sale
3 blunted axes put on sale
1 shoes put on sale
1 sword put on sale
7 shields put on sale


I am having issues with a new comp so I will have to work out how to take a legit ss

The prosecutor called Dani_ddd
His statement:
I testify that I bouhgt 34 hides for 10 pounds, 1 blunted axe for 130 pounds, 50 HHW of pigs for 13.50, 6 unhooped buckets for 20 pounds, 2 shoes for 20 pounds. The prices at which these goods had been bought are as follows: 16 pounds for hide, 15.05 pounds for HHW of pig, 23.60 for unhooped bucket and 26 for shoes. The blunted axe is practically priceless. This makes about 200 - 250 pounds actually loss for the town hall and a blunted axe.
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 18 May - 1:01

Lawsuit between Dry and Wiltshire

Dry was charged with the commission of public disorder.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of public disorder.
Defendent has committed multiole offenses and is Gulity in this case also. I am imposing the death sentence.


17 April 1455
The defendant has been sentenced to death penalty. His execution will take place on 3 days.

Bill of indictment
The prosecution brings forward this case of Public Disorder against Dry. Dry is charged under Book 7: Public Disorder, Article 1: Crimes against persons and property:
"1. Whoever robs, or attempts to rob, another person of money and/or property, will be punished with a fine, imprisonment or death, at the discretion of the judge. The death penalty may only be applied in the case of a third conviction for violating this section."

On the 10th of April 1455, Dry did rob Marche on the road between Chard and Dorchester.

The prosecution calls forward Marche as witness and victim.

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

Prosecutor indictment
Your honor,
This case is clear, Dry has committed the offense and made no attempt to defend himself. His guilt has been proven.

The prosecution recommends the maximum sentence, the death penalty. According to the law, updated January 13th:
"The death penalty may only be applied in the case of a second conviction for violating this section."

The prosecution finds two past records of Dry being convicted of Public Disorder:
Robbery of Diannathedaring
http://sussex-university.highforum.net/Judicial-Sciences-Departement-c3/Wiltshire-County-f19/Public-Disorder-Wiltshire-vs-Dry-Guilty-t534.htm
Robbery of Featherdancer
http://sussex-university.highforum.net/Judicial-Sciences-Departement-c3/Wiltshire-County-f19/Public-disorder-Dry-vs-Wiltshire-Guilty-t463.htm

The prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered the 17th of April, 1455.
Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

Last defence pleading
Your Honour,
I couldn’t arrive to the court earlier due to lack of time. My apologies for that. The fact that I couldn’t arrive, in no way proves my fault.
I plead to be discharged, and I am basing it on following grounds :
1. The place where did this crime supposedly was committed, the road between Dorchester and Chard to be precise, is under Somerset’s authority. This can be checked easily. So apart from the fact that I should be tried at Somerset’s court, from which by the way I still didn’t receive a word about such case, I will point out that in Somerset, the laws are different than in Wiltshire. So the prosecutor’s indictment is wrong as it describes other law and other sentences, which can’t be applied because I’m citizen of Somerset and the crime supposedly was committed there as well.
2. The prosecutor didn’t supply any evidence to the court which would confirm victim’s words. Do the prosecution has it or not I don’t know, the fact is that there isn’t a single evidence for me to see here, at the court.
If the prosecutor had the evidence, but didn’t supply(intentionally or not, it doesn’t matter) it to the court, it’s a breach of Wiltshire law :
“001 Right to Defence Counsel
Whosoever is accused of a crime in the County of Wiltshire, shall have the right to a Defence Counsel. This Defence Counsel shall have access to evidence under the right to disclosure, and shall provide mitigating evidence, testimony, witnesses, and may argue points of law regarding only the accused’s criminal charges.”
3. As this case was opened in Wiltshire, it’s a disadvantage to me and also breach of afore mentioned “Right to Defence Counsel” law, because my witness couldn’t arrive to the court in Wiltshire, as it would take quite a few days to travel from Somerset and my witness cannot allow such expensive and dangerous travel.
4. There are no witnesses that would confirm the words of victim.
5. My statement :
I didn’t rob this man. I and Rendan just were peacefully traveling. I saw him walking through us though.

So once again I plead to discharge me or at least leave the case to be reviewed by Somerset’s Court.

Sincerely Dry.

The prosecutor called Marche
His statement:
Your Honour,

I was traveling back to my home in Dorchester. I was robbed before, so I was careful to not get robbed again. Alas, on the road between Chard and Dorchester two men ambushed me. I was outnumbered and they had the element of surprise. I came to the conclusion that the wisest thing to do for me was to give in. They demanded all my gold and belongings I had with me. However I had nothing, as I was robbed before. When I looked at the two men I recognized one of them as a fellow citizen of Dorchester. I asked him why he would rob a fellow citizen. He must have panicked, as he called the other robber by his own name: Dry. Knowing both that they had been discovered and had no loot to share they ran off, leaving me behind. When I got back in Dorchester I took action immediately, now knowing both face and name of my robbers.

This was clearly a attempt of robbery, even though they had stolen nothing.

I have told your Honour what happened and done my part of making England a better and safer place. I thank your Honour for listening to me.
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 18 May - 1:01

Lawsuit between Woddie and Wiltshire

Woddie was charged with the commission of slavery.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of slavery.
This court finds Woddie guilty of slavery against Bryton2002. Because the victim no longer exists, the defendant is not bound to give a TP, but the maximum fine will be applied because the defendant never bothered to appear.

29th April 1455.
The defendant has been sentenced to 25 pounds fine.

Bill of indictment
Woddie is charged under the Second book: Slavery, chapter 1: Minimum Wage, article 2, for hiring Bryton2002 in Dorchester for 12 pounds on 10 April 1455, 3 pounds under the minimum wage of Wiltshire County, as witnessed by Donmez thus:

11/04 16:43 : Woddie hires Bryton2002 for 12,00 pounds
https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img124/5682/slaverypl8.png

The prosecution calls Donmez as primary witness and Bryton2002 as the victim.

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

Prosecutor indictment
As a level two player, Woddie should know the law concerning minimum wage. Bryton2002 is a level 0 who probably was unaware of the possibilities of better jobs. This is an example of a more experienced player taking advantage of a newer player (even if it was a misclick when setting up the hire).

The prosecution recommends that the defendant contact Bryton2002 and try to make up the difference by giving a TP and the money that should have been given.
If Woddie does not provide evidence of this by his next pleading, the prosecution recommends that the court fine him in penalty.

The prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered the 19th of April 1455.
Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

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

The prosecutor called Donmez
His statement:
One of the citizens of Dorchester mailed me to inform that slavery case; and I saw thats true when I looked at the job announcements. Then I mailed Woddie a few times to pay 3 pounds more to Bryton, but he didnt reply me. I dont think they have a contract, becasue Bryton is a level0 while Woddie is a level2. In addition, I dont think Woddie did a mistake, he should know the law very good as a level2.

The prosecutor called Bryton2002
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Lawsuit between Tajaran and Wiltshire

Tajaran was charged with the commission of slavery.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of slavery.
This court finds Tajaran guilty of his first count of slavery, committed against Strega_makan. Tajaran has been playing this game for six months, and ought to know the laws by this point.
Because the defendant didn't bother to present in court, he is being charged with the maximum fine of 25 pounds. The court also requires that Tajaran give the victim a TP as a sign of apology, if this is not carried out he will be up for Contempt of Court.

Verdict delivered 29 April 1455
Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Judge of Wiltshire
The defendant has been sentenced to 25 pounds fine.

Bill of indictment
Tajaran is charged under the Second book: Slavery, chapter 1: Minimum Wage, article 2, for hiring Strega_makan in Southampton for 12 pounds on 12 April 1455, 3 pounds under the minimum wage of Wiltshire County, as witnessed by Strega_makan thus:

13/04 18:03 : Tajaran hires Strega_makan for 12,00 pounds

The prosecution calls Strega_makan as witness and victim.

13/04 18:03 : Tajaran hires Strega_makan for 12,00 pounds

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

Prosecutor indictment
Hiring below the minimum wage is a violation of Wiltshire Law and carries it's punishments. Strega was taken advantage of as he may be unaware of the laws.

The prosecution recommends that the defendant give Strega a trust point as a sign of good will. The prosecution also recommends a stiff fine due more than one offense of this nature.

The prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered this the 22nd day of April in the year of our Lord 1455

Degas
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire


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

The prosecutor called Strega_makan
His statement:
All information shown in the indictment is true.
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 18 May - 1:02

Lawsuit between Attar and Wiltshire

Attar was charged with the commission of betrayal.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of betrayal.
This court finds Attar guilty of betrayal against the elected government of Winchester.
Based on the evidence presented, the court is convinced that Attar truly did rebel against the TH of Winchester on the 15th of April. The defence's first pleading was being countered by a screenshot and multiple testimonies (it would have been considerably strengthened if the defence had used its last pleading).
Rebellion is a serious crime that can cause havoc if successful. In an effort to deter Attar from further such acts, the court imposes a 2 day prison sentence and a 40 pound fine.

Verdict entered 02 May 1455
Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Judge of Wiltshire
The defendant has been sentenced to prison penalty 2 days.

Bill of indictment
The defendant, Attar, stands accused of Betrayal, in that he did attempt to revolt against the duly elected town government of Winchester on April 15, 1455, as witnessed by Extli.

First defence pleading
Your Honor, Extli has stated he saw someone names "Attar%". I am not "Attar%". I am Attar. I believe that % is a French letter, and that Extli may be in league with the French.

Further, I was picking fruit on the day in question.
16-04-2007 04:16 : You have picked one fruit.

I respectfully request an immediate dismissal of all charges.

Thank you.

Prosecutor indictment
Your Honor,
In further questioning with the witness, he provided his exact recountation of the events:
https://2img.net/h/i179.photobucket.com/albums/w300/delusionalferret/Revolt.jpg
"As you will see, the % is there on the screenshot, however it does not appear to be a part of the name. When I click the name on the screen I get only Attar's Profile. I apologize for the problem this represents, but this is how it was displayed to me."

I draw your attention to two points:
- Extli recognized Attar, he did not recognize any 'Attar%' (a character who does not exist), as evidenced by the profile he sees when he clicks on the hyperlink.
- In the screenshot of the events, the hyperlink stops with only "Attar", the % is the color of plain text, and thus not to be included with the hyperlink.

Further, the Prosecution wishes that the French argument be stricken from the court for two reasons:
- Status as a Frenchman in origin does not make one any less qualified or incline one to be a criminal or in a conspiracy.
- Extli's profile shows command of solid English, and he claims to hail from an English speaking nation.

Franciswolfe also will testify that a revolt happened that day (although he did not identify anyone). This evidence matches with the story of Extli.

Franciswolfe is rank Cavalier and a Marshal in the Winchester Brigade, Wiltshire Army, and a member of the Knights of the Phoenix. Extli is a Yeoman in the Wiltshire Army and was serving to defend the Town Hall.

In summation, the prosecution believes the testimonies to be solid, and provide clear evidence for the guilt of Attar in the revolt against the Town Hall.

Wiltshire law states:
"1. Whoever shall attack a Town Hall is punishable with a fine or imprisonment, at the discretion of the Judge."
The prosecution recommends a high penalty for the defendant's crime and his refusal to confess and turn from his life of crime.

The prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered the 17th of April, 1455.
Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

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

The prosecutor called Extli
His statement:
As it please the court:

16-04-2007 04:11 : A revolt attempt took place in front of the town hall, and you helped subdue it. During the brawl, you recognized Attar% among the assailants.

The prosecutor called Franciswolfe
His statement:
Your Honor,

I was acting as Chief Marshal for the day in question that the revolt took place. There was indeed a revolt that took place which is stated in my events as follows:

16-04-2007 04:11 : A revolt attempt took place in front of the town hall, and you helped subdue it.

It is also true that Yeoman Extli of the Wiltshire Army was serving in the militia on the day in question and recognized Attar. Yeoman Extli is an exemplary soldier whose word here is beyond doubt. I feel confident to serve with Yeoman Extli and do not fear any attempt from him to bring anything to this court that is false. His sense of duty is far too strong for that. If there are any further questions, I will be happy to answer them.

Thank you,
Sir Cavalier Francis Wolfe, Lord Godalming
Chief Marshal, Winchester Brigade
Wiltshire Army
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 18 May - 1:02

Lawsuit between Tajaran and Wiltshire

Tajaran was charged with the commission of slavery.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of slavery.
This court finds Tajaran guilty of his second count of slavery, committed against Devido.
Because this is the defendant's second charge of slavery, he is being charged with a greater fine: 30 pounds. This is a reduction of the maximum possible fine because the defendant did give a TP to the victim.
Because no evidence was entered of an attempt by the defendant to contact Devido, and especially in light of the defendant's final statement, the court's conclusion must be that no attempt was made, and the fine is in order.

Verdict delivered 02 May 1455
Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Judge of Wiltshire
The defendant has been sentenced to 30 pounds fine.

Bill of indictment
Tajaran is charged under the Second book: Slavery, chapter 1: Minimum Wage, article 2, for hiring Devido in Southampton for 12 pounds on 13 April 1455, 3 pounds under the minimum wage of Wiltshire County, as witnessed by Illynya thus:

14/04 09:03 : Tajaran hires Devido for 12,00 pounds

The prosecution calls Illynya as witness Devido as victim.

First defence pleading
I plead that the case before the court, That I, Tajaran hired Devido for 12.00 pounds is true, however i will say i had realised my mistake but by the time I tired to change it Devido had already accepted the work-load, Devido should have also contacted me himself about the mistake. I do not see this as having a huge influence on the community or the courts because i have realised the mistake, But i should not be held accountable for the charge of slavery, because Slavery presupposes that I own Devido and that i would not have to pay him anything, I do not own Devido nor any other person, I simply hired him for work in my field, I plead that the Commission of Slavery Charge be dropped because i have not participated in any act of slavery

Prosecutor indictment
The argument about the terminology is flawed, the law is labeled as Slavery, and thus you are charged under the law that you have broken. It is a minimum wage violation, but that does not change the offense.

I also wonder about your claim that it was a mistake, because just the day before you hired Devido, you hired Strega_makan for the same wage of 12 pounds. This is your second accusation of slavery, and they are coming back to back (the trials may conclude in reverse order as you have not appeared in the other one yet).

Further, it was not Devido's job to realize that you were about to break the law and warn you. He has considerably less experience in the game, and is probably less familiar with the laws (he has been playing for less than 2 months).

In conclusion, if you truly realize your error, you ought to try to make ammends with the victim. The prosecution recommends that you pay the victim a TP and contact him about paying back the difference in what should have been his wages.
If you do try to follow through with this, and present evidence in your final pleading, the prosecution recommends that you be let off with a lighter sentence, although it still would like an explanation for the double violation count.

The prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered the 19th of April 1455
Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

Last defence pleading
So i hired some poor old sods for less then the minimum wage, Shove it

The prosecutor called Illynya
His statement:
Your Honour, I was checking the job lists for the past few days when I noticed the two incidents in question.
I immediately contacted all three of the parties concerned to find out if it was a contractual agreement and was informed that it was not.

The defendent did not respond to my inquiry, so I had no choice but to report it.

The prosecutor called Devido
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Lawsuit between Broker and Wiltshire

Broker was charged with the commission of slavery.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of slavery.
This court finds Broker guilty of his first count of slavery, committed against Christal.

The court attempted multiple times to contact the defendant to encourage him to make his final testimony and to resolve the issue. Because Broker made no attempt to do either and provide evidence, the court sentences him to the maximum fine of 9 pounds and recommends that he give a TP to the victim immediately.

Verdict delivered 07 May 1455
Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Judge of Wiltshire
The defendant has been sentenced to 9 pounds fine.

Bill of indictment
Broker is charged under the Second book: Slavery, chapter 1: Minimum Wage, article 2, for hiring Christal for 14,00 pounds in Southampton for 14 pounds on 23 April 1455, 1 pound under the minimum wage of Wiltshire County, as witnessed by Stitchthechi thus:

23/04 22:43 : Broker hires Christal for 14,00 pounds
I call Stictchthechi as witness and Broker as the victim.

First defence pleading
I am sorry about that.....I won t do it again.

Prosecutor indictment
While the defendant may feel apologetic for the actions, we must do something to remedy the situation. There was proper notification in the Mayor's message and so the mistake should not have been made. We must be sure that a second occurence doesn't happen.

The prosecution suggests the defendant buy 2 pound overpriced bread from the TH and serve 3 days of the next week in the mine.

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

The prosecutor called Stitchthechi
His statement:
You Honor, I was seeking employment on the day in question and saw Broker advertising a job beneath minimum wage but before I had the chance to draw Broker’s attention to it Christal had accepted the employment.
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PostSubject: Re: To be updated- unarchived Wiltshire cases   Fri 18 May - 1:03

Lawsuit between Rendan and Wiltshire

Rendan was charged with the commission of public disorder.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of public disorder.
In consideration for Rendan's case, the Judge has included the testimony provided by the Public Defender who was trying to help Rendan (although he could not post his testimony because Rendan did not call him):
"Rendan is a young man who fell in bad company with the professional criminal Dry. The robbery was unsuccessful as the victim states. I ask the court to give him a short jail term and no fine."
-Caissadiplomat

This court finds the defendant guilty of public disorder through his act of robbery.

The factors that contribute to this court's decision include:
- This is the first offense for Rendan. He claims ignorance of the law, but robbery is opposed to the natural law.
- Although he did try to rob Marche, there were no goods stolen, so the court does not seek to remove the benefit of the robbery (as there was none).

The court imposes a 1 day prison sentence and a 50 pound fine in an attempt to discourage Rendan from pursuing further criminal activities.

Verdict delivered May 07, 1455
Ecthelion
Marquess of Dorset
Judge of Wiltshire
The defendant has been sentenced to prison penalty 1 day.

Bill of indictment
The prosecution brings forward this case of Public Disorder against Rendan. Rendan is charged under Book 7: Public Disorder, Article 1: Crimes against persons and property:
"1. Whoever robs, or attempts to rob, another person of money and/or property, will be punished with a fine, imprisonment or death, at the discretion of the judge. The death penalty may only be applied in the case of a third conviction for violating this section."

On the 10th of April 1455, Rendan did rob Marche on the road between Chard and Dorchester.

The prosecution calls forward Marche as witness and victim.

First defence pleading
Your Honor,
I'm a simple miner from Dorchester, I dont have a big knowledge about laws, so I wont say a word till the court will give me a defender with a knowledge of Wiltshire laws.

Prosecutor indictment
The prosecution recommends that the defendant look here:
http://forum.renaissancekingdoms.com/viewtopic.php?t=25394&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0
(Public Defenders)
Or that he contact Teagan or a member of the Law Society of England
Either of these methods seems an efficient way to receive defense council.

Your honor,
The case is clear cut, Marche has provided evidence of Rendan's guilt, and he has made no attempt to deny the accusation. The laws of Wiltshire are clear, exacting punishment for the assault of a citizen.
Although nothing was stolen, the intent was clearly there. The prosecution recommends imprisonment and a fine for this crime.

The prosecution rests its case.

Indictment entered the 17th of April, 1455.
Ecthelion, Marquess of Dorset
Public Prosecutor of Wiltshire

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

The prosecutor called Marche
His statement:
Your Honour,

I was traveling back to my home in Dorchester. I was robbed before and thus careful to not get robbed again. Sadly, on the road between Chard and Dorchester two men ambushed me. I was outnumbered and they had the element of surprise. I came to the conclusion that the wisest thing to do for me was to give in. They demanded all my gold and belongings I had with me. As I was robbed before I had nothing with me. When I revived from the ambush I looked at the two robbers and clearly recognized one as one of my fellow citizens of Dorchester: Rendan. I asked him why he would rob me and I could clearly see he had figured out I had recognized him. He talked a bit with his fellow robber and since they had no loot to share they ran off and left me behind.

This was clearly a attempt of robbery and Rendan should be punished.

I have told your Honour what happened and done my part of making England a better and safer place. I thank your Honour for listening to me.

The prosecutor called Marche
His statement:
Your honor,

My apologies for not giving the evidence. I was unaware it hadnt reached the Court yet. I hereby present the evidence of the truth of my statement:

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