CoJ Case 010

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DB vs Boba nil was the tenth case tried by the Chamber of Justice. The sitting Justicar was Kir Katarn, the Left Hand of Justice was Raken, and the Right Hand of Justice was Dacien "BubbaX" Victae.

Basic Case Information

Defendants Name

  • Boba nil

Charges

  • Violating Terms of Sentence

Verdict

  • Guilty

Sentence

  • Removed from Brotherhood roll

Case Summary

Boba had been previously punished by the Headmaster for several violations of Shadow Academy policy. The Headmaster had sentenced him to not take any Academy courses for six months, and not submit any Scroll of Indoctrination. Boba then proceeded to ignore both of these rulings and take an Academy course and submit a Scroll of Indoctrination request. The Headmaster forwarded this information to the Justicar, and asked the Chamber of Justice to proceed as they saw fit. The Chamber determined that Boba should be charged with violating the terms of his prior sentence, and attempted to notify the defendant over a period of 48 hours, using all available contact information, to no avail. An automatic plea of "not guilty" was entered into the record, and the Chamber convened to discuss the case. They determined the defendant was guilty as charged, and because he had an invalid email address, he was removed from the Brotherhood's roster.

Related News Posts

Posted By Kir Katarn - 2/25/2007
Chamber of Justice Communique #014a

On this day, February 25, 2007 of the Liberated Brotherhood, I the Justicar of the Brotherhood now announce the punishment that this Chamber lays upon Boba nil.

Upon the conclusion of fair and just proceedings, this Chamber finds you:

On the Charge of Violating Terms of Sentence -
Having been sentenced by the Headmaster for submitting false SI requests and spamming Shadow Academy tests, you did knowingly and willingly violate your terms of sentence by submitting another SA exam and SI request.
You have been found GUILTY.

Sentencing for the party is as follows:
-Removed from Brotherhood roll (Invalid email address)

Signed and Sealed in Justice,
Dark Side Adept Kir Taldrya Katarn
Justicar and High Protector of the Dark Brotherhood

Justicar's Opinion

Posted By Kir Katarn - 2/25/2007
Justicar's Opinion - Case #010 DB vs. Boba nil

The complaint brought against Acolyte Boba nil was that of violating the terms of his prior sentence, and was brought forth by the Headmaster. Previously the Headmaster had punished Boba for several violations of Shadow Academy policy, as permitted by the Dark Covenant. The terms of his sentence were to not take any Academy courses for six months, and all Scroll of Indoctrination requests must come from his superiors and not be fraudulent.

Boba proceeded to ignore his sentence and submitted both an Academy exam and an Scroll request. Evidence was gathered and the charge of violating his terms of sentence was sent to the accused. In the process that followed, it was discovered that Boba's email address in the database was invalid. Since Boba did not respond to multiple notification emails due to his invalid address, the Chamber then held a Trial by Justicar as outlined by the Covenant, and Boba was found guilty.

The Brotherhood has an established policy of deleting members with invalid email addresses from the roll, so that policy was followed in this case in lieu of a formal sentence from the Chamber.

Signed and Sealed in Justice,
Dark Side Adept Kir Taldrya Katarn
Justicar and High Protector of the Dark Brotherhood

Points of Interest

This case overturned a precedent established by former Justicar Keirdagh Taldrya Cantor. The precedent, set in case 006 DB vs. Gilkane stated that refusing to participate or respond to the Chamber would result in an automatic "guilty" plea and a Trial by Justicar. After using this precedent in case 008 DB vs. Kromtal, Justicar Kir Taldrya Katarn determined that this precedent should be changed to an automatic "not guilty" plea and a Trial by Justicar. DB vs. Boba nil was the first use of this new policy. In addition, the deletion of members with invalid email addresses was an established policy of the Master at Arms, so it was followed in this case.