============================== CFJ 1771 ==============================
If an inquiry case revolves around the interpretation of a specific
action, and the caller does not provide, in arguments, evidence, or
the statement, one of (a) a direct quote of the action; (b) a link
or email reference to the action; or (c) an approximate time and
date the action was performed in a specified forum, then the judge
is acting reasonably if e judges UNDETERMINED.
Called by G.: 28 Oct 2007 05:51:30 GMT
Assigned to root: 28 Oct 2007 17:14:38 GMT
Judged TRUE by root: 04 Nov 2007 18:26:55 GMT
First of all, judging UNDETERMINED based on a lack of provided
evidence is not restrictive on a caller's right to judgment; as
the judgment sets no precedent on the veracity of the statement,
it is not an undue burden for the caller to re-call with better
homework done. Secondly, there needs to be consideration of the
workload of judges, so some minimal standard is, I would say,
necessary. The standard in the statement is a suggested one and
I hope a good precedent to set. If the judge disagrees, I hope e
will take some time to set out other minimal standards to use.
Judge root's Arguments:
This seems a reasonable standard to set. I judge TRUE.