CoJ Case 034

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DB vs Coop Ter-an was the thirty-fourth case tried by the Chamber of Justice. The sitting Justicar was Taigikori Aybara, the Left Hand of Justice was Alaris Jinn di Plagia, and the Right Hand of Justice was Arion Aquillarum Solnatus.

Basic Case Information

Defendants Name

  • Coop Ter-an

Charges

  • Harassment

Verdict

  • Guilty on all counts

Sentence

Related News Posts

Posted By SWL Taigikori Aybara - 10/8/2012
Chamber of Justice Communique #034a

Let it be known that on this the 8th day of October, 2012 in a free and united Brotherhood, I the Justicar of the people set forth the declaration of the Chamber of Justice and its punishment on Coop Ter-an. Upon the conclusion of fair and just proceedings, the Chamber finds you:

  • On the charge of Harassment -
    • You did knowingly and willfully send a malicious death threat to a fellow Brotherhood member over the DB TOR Team Speak server.
    • The Chamber finds you GUILTY
  • Sentencing for the party is as follows:
    • Letter of Reprimand
    • Six months probation
  • The terms of probation are thus:
    • The guilty party may not receive promotion, appointment to position, or any citation of honor or merit without the explicit permission of the Justicar.
    • The guilty party may not have any contact with the person who the death threat was originally intended, without the explicit permission of the Justicar.

Justicar's Opinion

Posted By SWL Taigikori Aybara - 10/8/2012
Justicar's Opinion - 034 DB vs. Coop Ter-an

A complaint was filed from multiple persons regarding a death threat that was given over the voice chat program Team Speak during a TOR Raid in the Dark Brotherhood Guild. A secondary complaint was filed over an IRC conversation in which the accused discussed the event with several Brotherhood members. During this period the accused continued to engage in conversations that revolved around the victim in this case, and had to be warned against continuing any other communications immediately. The Justicar sent out an initial query to several members who had been in the channel at that time to gauge the validity of the claim. More than hearsay was needed for a trial to commence, and by chance the defending party admitted to his actions over IRC as well. After establishing confirmation that a death threat had occurred, the Justicar officially filed charges against Coop. A plea of guilty was then entered within an acceptable time frame, and the Chamber came together for sentencing.

With the guilty party being only the rank of Guardian, and it having been his first offense, the Chamber quickly ruled out any demotion punishment early on in the case. However, with the severity of the offense, a firm agreement was made on the matter of a Letter of Reprimand, with a median probation period of 6 months.

This sort of case is one that requires immediate attention and swift action (as all cases should) on the Justicar's part. When we're dealing with a member, any member, who is threatening another member of our sovereign organization, a solution has to be found. This case is special in that it happened over a voice chat client, one that makes it hard to assess and bring to the Chamber. Any death threats, whether or not the means or will to follow through is present or not, will be handled by this Chamber at it's full capacity. The members of this club deserve our outmost respect to privacy and well being, whether it be physical or emotional.

Points of Interest

This was the first case primarily involving misconduct on Team Speak.