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As a result, all three appointees were confirmed to their posts.
 
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==Court cases==
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===''Nottinhaps v. Tobostan'' (2019)===
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The court case entitled ''Nottinhaps v. Tobostan'' (2019) was overseen by Justice Kavagrad as presiding judge. Tobostan was found guilty on the following charges and issued a banjection of 4 months:
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* 2 counts of "False representation as a member of government, with malicious intent"
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* 4 counts of "Slander, libel, or blackmail against a nation in good standing"
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* 4 counts of "Spamming or trolling that disrupts regional activity or personal communications"
  
 
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Revision as of 06:37, 3 September 2019

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12th Supreme Court
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Membership
Justice 1 Halfblakistan
Justice 2 Morvan
Justice 3 Kavagrad
Dates
Start 23 December 2018
End 20 March 2019

The 12th Supreme Court was appointed by Secretary New Arkados and confirmed by citizens in individual confidence votes. This consisted of three Justices, and each served a three-month term from 23 December 2018 to 20 March 2019. The final members of the 12th Supreme Court were Halfblakistan, Morvan, and Kavagrad.

Members

Date
Event
23 December
Confirmed by citizens
Justice 1 Halfblakistan
Justice 2 Morvan
Justice 3 Kavagrad

Confirmations

The following are the results of the confidence votes on Secretary New Arkados' initial appointees to the Supreme Court:

Appointee Result
Halfblakistan 15-3
Morvan 15-3
Kavagrad 18-0

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

Court cases

Nottinhaps v. Tobostan (2019)

The court case entitled Nottinhaps v. Tobostan (2019) was overseen by Justice Kavagrad as presiding judge. Tobostan was found guilty on the following charges and issued a banjection of 4 months:

  • 2 counts of "False representation as a member of government, with malicious intent"
  • 4 counts of "Slander, libel, or blackmail against a nation in good standing"
  • 4 counts of "Spamming or trolling that disrupts regional activity or personal communications"