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==Court verdicts==
 
==Court verdicts==
 
===Banjection of Ludwigsburg===
 
===Banjection of Ludwigsburg===
A trial request against Ludwigsburg, presented by Chief Justice New Arkados, was filed on 25 August 2021 with 11 alleged counts of "Spamming or trolling that disrupts regional activity or personal communications"{{refn|A violation under Section 1.m of the Criminal Offense Act}}. The Supreme Court unanimously agreed to the hosting of a trial on 26 August, and New Arkados contacted all parties involved to confirm a trial date.{{refn|Court procedure as defined by Sections 2.b and 3.a of the Judicial Process Act, with public notice of the trial intended to be issued "at least one day before it commences"; commencement of this particular case's trial was never confirmed}}
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A trial request against Ludwigsburg, presented by Chief Justice New Arkados, was filed on 25 August 2021 with 11 alleged counts of "Spamming or trolling that disrupts regional activity or personal communications".{{refn|A violation under Section 1.m of the Criminal Offense Act}} The Supreme Court unanimously agreed to the hosting of a trial on 26 August, and New Arkados contacted all parties involved to confirm a trial date.{{refn|Court procedure as defined by Sections 2.b and 3.a of the Judicial Process Act, with public notice of the trial intended to be issued "at least one day before it commences"; commencement of this particular case's trial was never confirmed}}
   
However, before a date for the trial could be confirmed or announced, Ludwigsburg publicly insisted on 27 August that the trial be held on the RMB, before reversing course later that day and informing the Court they would "accept punishment without a trial". The Court ultimately issued Ludwigsburg a banjection of 2 weeks from 30 August 2021 in a unanimous decision,{{refn|Punishment issued as per Section 1 of the Criminal Offense Act}} citing historical precedent for the crime's severity from the [[10th Supreme Court#Tobostan v. Llorens (2018)|Tobostan v. Llorens (2018)]] verdict, though Alternate Justice Super Awesome Fun Times also noted that Ludwigsburg's actions had continued throughout the prosecution process and were likely intentional, indicating "the precedent isn't exactly the same".
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However, before a date for the trial could be confirmed or announced, Ludwigsburg publicly insisted on 27 August that the trial be held on the RMB, before reversing course later that day and informing the Court they would "accept punishment without a trial". The Court ultimately issued Ludwigsburg a banjection of 2 weeks from 30 August 2021 in a unanimous decision,{{refn|Punishment issued as per Section 1 of the Criminal Offense Act}} citing historical precedent for the crime's severity and punishment from the [[10th Supreme Court#Tobostan v. Llorens (2018)|Tobostan v. Llorens (2018)]] verdict, though Alternate Justice Super Awesome Fun Times also noted that Ludwigsburg's actions had continued throughout the prosecution process and were likely intentional, indicating "the precedent isn't exactly the same".
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Revision as of 05:44, 8 January 2022

22nd Supreme Court
21st 22nd 23rd
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Leadership
Chief JusticeNew Arkados
Dates
Start22 June 2021
End23 September 2021

The 22nd Supreme Court was appointed by Secretary New Samon and confirmed by citizens in individual confidence votes. This consisted of three Standing Justices and one Alternate Justice, and each served a three-month term from 22 June to 23 September 2021. The final members of the 22nd Supreme Court were Chief Justice New Arkados, Minor Justices Eloren and Grod Island, and Alternate Justice Super Awesome Fun Times.

Members

Chief Justice
(int. elected)
New Arkados
24 Jun 2021-29 Sep 2021
Eloren
22 Jun 2021-23 Sep 2021
Standing Justices (3)
(appointed)
Grod Island
22 Jun 2021-23 Sep 2021
New Arkados
22 Jun 2021-23 Sep 2021
Alternate Justice
(appointed)
Super Awesome Fun Times
22 Jun 2021-23 Sep 2021
Days into term
0
15
30
45
60
75
90
105

Confirmations

Initial

The following were the results of the confidence votes on Secretary New Samon's initial appointees to the Supreme Court:

Position Appointee Result
Standing Justice Eloren 36-0 (6)
Grod Island 38-0 (4)
New Arkados 35-0 (7)
Alternate Justice Super Awesome Fun Times 36-0 (6)

As a result, all four appointees were confirmed to their posts.

Court verdicts

Banjection of Ludwigsburg

A trial request against Ludwigsburg, presented by Chief Justice New Arkados, was filed on 25 August 2021 with 11 alleged counts of "Spamming or trolling that disrupts regional activity or personal communications".[1] The Supreme Court unanimously agreed to the hosting of a trial on 26 August, and New Arkados contacted all parties involved to confirm a trial date.[2]

However, before a date for the trial could be confirmed or announced, Ludwigsburg publicly insisted on 27 August that the trial be held on the RMB, before reversing course later that day and informing the Court they would "accept punishment without a trial". The Court ultimately issued Ludwigsburg a banjection of 2 weeks from 30 August 2021 in a unanimous decision,[3] citing historical precedent for the crime's severity and punishment from the Tobostan v. Llorens (2018) verdict, though Alternate Justice Super Awesome Fun Times also noted that Ludwigsburg's actions had continued throughout the prosecution process and were likely intentional, indicating "the precedent isn't exactly the same".

Notes

  1. A violation under Section 1.m of the Criminal Offense Act
  2. Court procedure as defined by Sections 2.b and 3.a of the Judicial Process Act, with public notice of the trial intended to be issued "at least one day before it commences"; commencement of this particular case's trial was never confirmed
  3. Punishment issued as per Section 1 of the Criminal Offense Act