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    Edward Galbraith
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  1. THE CENTRAL CIRCUIT COURT 13th of Owyn's Flame, 1797 In accordance with the Legal Procedure Act of 1772, Sir Edward Galbraith, Justice of the Central Circuit Court, does duly assign himself to these proceedings. Accordingly, the assigned Justice 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 Justice Galbraith to arrange a suitable date to present themselves before the Court: - The Plaintiff Godwin de Aurdan [@Farmer John] on behalf of the Crown. - The Defendant Minerva de Selm [@Fiiieee] and her representative Solicitor Edward Selm [@BenevolentManacles]. 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. [Sergi#5457]
  2. Sir Edward Galbraith weeps as he didn't receive an invitation to his friend's wedding.
  3. Full Name of the Alderman Candidate: Leonard Halcourt Age of the Alderman Candidate: 23 Street Address of the Alderman Candidate: 3 Little Ves Street
  4. Ensign Leonard Halcourt shrugs as he realizes that Victor Halcourt failed to mention him and notices how Victor and his other relatives start walking around the Imperial City of Providence without him "Hey, wait for me, guys! I'm still your relative..." he would say in tears as he starts running towards his relatives in order to join them in their search for a place to stay.
  5. Sir Edward Galbraith looks at the Unionist Manifesto and states: "It is definitely interesting to see a new political party arise. I am apolitical and I will not support any political faction during this campaign, but as an orenian citizen I look forward to seeing a strong Josephite party and a strong opposition party like the Unionist party in our Imperial Diet for the sake of our Country!"
  6. "This is so sad. The Carrington & Co. was the greatest company of Oren. And I also truly miss Secretary Green Carrington and his family. Secretary Jasper Carrington was like a brother to me after all." Sir Edward Galbraith would sign the Lorraine, hoping to meet his old Carrington friends once again in the future.
  7. RULING ON THE CROWN V. WARSTONE Varoche Hall, 12th of Owyn's Flame, 1794 Presiding Justice Sir Edward Galbraith Jury Molly Juliana Rosalinde Amalia Plaintiff Henrik Larson (on behalf of the Crown) Defendant Waldo Warstone (represented by Silas Everett Winchester) Witnesses / Evidences Lieutenant Casimira Pruvia-Provins, Witness Waldo Warstone, Witness Bottle (used in the crime scene), Evidence The Circuit Court, presided by Sir Edward Galbraith CCJ, verdicts on the following charges presented by the Plaintiff; Trespassing (ORC 203.081) - Where an individual refuses to leaves another’s property, or returns to a property they’ve been barred from, this shall be trespassing, an infraction. Attempt to Assault (ORC 209.031 and ORC 202.011) - Where an individual actively attempts, but fails to commit, a crime, the individual shall be held liable with a mitigated punishment according to the crime which was attempted. - 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. Impersonation (ORC 202.092) - Where an individual intentionally assumes the identity of another individual in order to carry out high treason, this shall be impersonation in the first degree, a felony. Sedition (ORC 204.02) - Where an individual intention to bring into hatred or contempt, or to incite disaffection against the person of His Majesty, his heirs or successors, or the government and constitution of the Holy Orenian Empire, as by law established, or the House of Commons, or the administration of justice, or to excite His Majesty's subjects to attempt otherwise than by lawful means, the alteration of any matter in Church or State by law established, or to incite any person to commit any crime in disturbance of the peace, or to raise discontent or disaffection amongst His Majesty's subjects, or to promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between different classes of such subjects, this shall be the crime of sedition, charged with the crime of treason. The Circuit Court, presided by Sir Edward Galbraith CCJ, verdicts; In accordance with the Legal Procedure Act, the Court has assembled a Jury that has, after a careful deliberation, found the Defendant, Mr. Waldo Warstone, guilty of trespassing (ORC. 203.081), guilty of attempt to assault (ORC. 209.031 and ORC. 202.011), guilty of impersonation (ORC 202.092) and not guilty of sedition (ORC 204.02). The Circuit Court, presided by Sir Edward Galbraith CCJ, sentences; The Defendant, Mr. Waldo Warstone, is sentenced to banishment for a lifetime (ORC. 201.043). May he fail to respect the banishment prescribed by this Ruling, he shall then respond as such and be sentenced to death by hanging by this Court (ORC. 201.043). Signed, The Rt. Hon. Justice of the Central Circuit Sir Edward Galbraith KM J.D. SSE.
  8. THE CENTRAL CIRCUIT COURT 10th of Harren's Folly, 1793 In accordance with the Legal Procedure Act of 1772, Sir Edward Galbraith, Justice of the Central Circuit Court, does duly assign himself to these proceedings. Accordingly, the assigned Justice 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 Justice Galbraith to arrange a suitable date to present themselves before the Court: - The Plaintiff Henrik Larson [@KamikazeReaper] on behalf of the Crown. - The Defendant Waldo Warstone [@TheHatter] and/or 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. Signed, The Rt. Hon. Justice of the Central Circuit Sir Edward Galbraith KM J.D. SSE. [Sergi#5457]
  9. THE CENTRAL CIRCUIT COURT 7th of Harren's Folly, 1793 The presiding Justice of the Central Circuit Court, Sir Edward Galbraith, has seen fit to recuse himself from this proceeding in order to avoid any possible conflict of interest that he could have with the Defendant, given the fact that the sister of the Defendant attempted to murder him ten years ago. According to precedent, the Supreme Court shall now assign a new Circuit Justice to preside this proceeding. Signed, The Rt. Hon. Justice of the Central Circuit Sir Edward Galbraith KM J.D. SSE.
  10. THE CENTRAL CIRCUIT COURT 10th of Tobias' Bounty, 1793 The Central Circuit Court, presided by Sir Edward Galbraith, has today held the preliminary hearing required by the Legal Procedure Act and reminded the Defendant to submit a Replying Affidavit to the Subpoena and reminded both parties of their obligation to exchange the Books of Evidences at least one saint day before the trial. In the aforementioned preliminary hearing, the Court has reviewed the merits of the case and allowed the matter to proceed to trial. The Court has also suggested a date to hold the trial to the Plaintiff and the Defendant, which has been agreed by both of them. Signed, The Rt. Hon. Justice of the Central Circuit Sir Edward Galbraith KM J.D. SSE.
  11. THE CENTRAL CIRCUIT COURT 10th of Tobias' Bounty, 1793 The Central Circuit Court, presided by Sir Edward Galbraith, has today changed the sentence issued upon the Defendant Mr. John Smithson to death by hanging (ORC. 201.043) given the fact that he refused to serve the Faith as prescribed by the recent Ruling of this Court (Ruling on the Crown v. Smithson, 1793) and he instead attempted to murder Justice Galbraith in the middle of Varoche Hall after being informed of the sentence of the aforementioned Ruling. Signed, The Rt. Hon. Justice of the Central Circuit Sir Edward Galbraith KM J.D. SSE.
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