============================== CFJ 2714 ==============================
If a criminal case based on the NOV noted in evidence were judged
GUILTY / SILENCE, it would create at least one Rest in Wooble's
Called by Murphy: 06 Oct 2009 17:42:01 GMT
Assigned to scshunt: 14 Oct 2009 18:07:17 GMT
Judged FALSE by scshunt: 14 Oct 2009 22:52:20 GMT
> On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 09:32, Charles Walker
>> Murphy wrote:
>>> coppro wrote:
>>>> Walker wrote:
>>>>> I concur with coppro's arguments (to the extent to which they do not
>>>>> argue towards eir innocence) and intend, with 2 support, to judge
>>>>> GUILTY/SILENCE on 2710 and set the fine at 1 Rest.
>>>> I support.
>>> I also support.
>> Having received two support, I judge GUILTY/SILENCE on Criminal Case
>> 2710, setting the fine at 1 Rest.
> Why are the members of schwa being punished individually instead of
> punishing the person (schwa) that made the violation in the first
> place (and allowing Agora's built in mechanisms of
> rest-distribution-to-basis to take place)? I'm not asking because I
> think one is right and the other is not, I'm just pointing out that
> there are two different methods here. I'm curious if the following
> will generate any rests in the possession of members of schwa or if
> R101 vi will protect them:
> I publish an NOV:
> Schwa violated R2158 (power=2 rule) by not assigning a judgment to CFJ
> 2700 on time.
Judge scshunt's Arguments:
First, I'm going to address the conflict of interest - I have no
particular desire to avoid 2 Rests of punishment; 2 Rests mean little,
and I have a large number of Absolv-o-Matics in supply.
The issue here is whether or not Rule 101 would prevent a repeat
punishment of any given person. The specific text of the rule is
vi. Every person has the right to not be penalized more than
once for any single action or inaction. However, this
right is not violated by replacing part or all of a
penalty with a different but comparable penalty, e.g. when
the rules governing penalties are amended.
Rule 101 also says
This rule takes precedence over any rule which would allow or
mandate restrictions of the rights contained herein.
Since Rule 101 has the highest Power among Rules and the lowest ID
number, no rule can take precedence over it. Wooble and I have already
been awarded Rests in criminal cases for violating the terms of ə. In
this specific instance, it was for causing ə to violate its obligation
to assign a judgment to CFJ 2700 via the inaction of not attempting to
have ə assign a judgment. It would therefore violate Rule 101 to create
Rests in mine and Wooble's possessions by creating them in ə's
possession (see Rule 2228).
On the subject of whether anyone else would be awarded a Rest, there is
no reason to suppose that Rule 101's prohibition would apply to Rule
2228's Rest-redistributing effect as a whole. As a result, I judge CFJ
2712 TRUE, and CFJs 2713 and 2714 FALSE.