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THE CROWN v. DREADMOORE

13th of Owyn's Flame, 1804

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THE CROWN,

Represented by GODWIN DE AURDAN of THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE,

 

DESIRES TO SUMMON THE FOLLOWING PARTY TO COURT;

Lawrence Dreadmoore

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ON THE BASIS OF THE FOLLOWING PRINCIPLE(S), DOCTRINE(S), EDICT(S) OR ARTICLES OF LAW:

 

202.01 - On Assault: Where an individual intentionally makes an unlawful attempt, coupled with a present ability, to commit a violent injury on the person of another, this shall be assault, a misdemeanor. 


 

Lawrence Dreadmoore was witnessed committing acts of assault involving the use of voidal magic. Those acts of assault were committed against Solomon Raven before the eyes of many onlookers, including Edith Hope, Sir Henry Marshall, and William Aubert. Lawrence expressed his grievances with Solomon Raven in the moments leading up to the assault, those grievances culminating in the aforementioned crimes.

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WITH THE PRESENCE OF THE FOLLOWING RELEVANT PARTY OR PARTIES:

 

Solomon Raven

            Edith Hope

            Sir Henry Marshall

            William Aubert

             

 

 

ON THE DESIRED DATE OF:

[[DATE OF TRIAL / PENDING DISCUSSION WITH DEFENDANT]

 

YOURS HUMBLY,

Godwin de Aurdan on behalf of THE CROWN,

THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE, PROVIDENCE

 

 

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THE CENTRAL CIRCUIT COURT

14th of Owyn's Flame, 1804

 

In accordance with the Legal Procedure Act, Sir Edward Galbraith, Judge of the Central Circuit Court, does duly assign himself to these proceedings. Accordingly, the assigned Judge shall schedule a preliminary hearing with the Plaintiff and the Defendant in order to review the merits of the case and decide if the matter shall be allowed to proceed to trial.

 

The following parties are to contact Judge Galbraith to arrange a suitable date to present themselves before the Court:

 

- The Plaintiff Godwin de Aurdan [@ausubung] on behalf of the Crown.

 

- The Defendant Lawrence Dreadmoore [@MiniMuffinNinja] and his representative. If he cannot afford the employment of a Solicitor of his own, he is to respond as such and be assigned one by the Court.

 

The following parties are required to perform the following actions for the sake of procedure:

 

- The Defendant is obliged to present to the Court a Replying Affidavit at least one saint day before the time of the trial, outlining their responses to the alleged crimes.

 

- Both parties are to exchange their Books of Evidence and submit them to the Court at least one saint day before the trial is to occur.

 

Signed,

The Rt. Hon. Justice of the Central Circuit

Sir Edward Galbraith KM J.D. SSE.

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RULING OF THE CROWN V. DREADMOORE, 1804

 

Prosecutor: Godwin de Aurdan

Presiding Judge: Sir Edward Galbraith

Defendant: Lawrence Dreadmoore

Witnesses: Edith Hope, Sir Henry Marshall, William Aubert.

 

In the year of our Lord 1804, Sir Edward Galbraith, Circuit Court Judge, found the Defendant, Mr. Dreadmoore, GUILTY OF ASSAULT (O.R.C. 202.01) due to the fact that the Defendant was declared in absconding by the Court after failing to appear in Court and surrendering himself to the imperial authorities (O.R.C. 204.06), and according to the Oren Revised Code such declaration implies automatic guilt in all the charges brought by the Prosecution.

 

As such, and given the fact that the charge of Assault is considered a misdemeanor in the Oren Revised Code (O.R.C. 201.042), the Court sentences the Defendant, Mr. Dreadmoore, to BANISHMENT FOR 10 YEARS from the Holy Orenian Empire.

 

This is the Ruling that I, Sir Edward Galbraith, Circuit Court Judge, do hereby issue on behalf of the Imperial Courts before the eyes of God and men.

 

Signed,

The Rt. Hon. Circuit Court Judge

Sir Edward Galbraith KM JD SSE.

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