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      For the purposes of R2553, CFJ 3907 is about the effectiveness,
      possibility, or legality of a change in the gamestate.

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Caller:                        G.
Barred:                        Gaelan


Judge:                         

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History:

Called by G.:                                     05 Jun 2021 21:58:39
Assigned to Murphy:                               06 Jun 2021 16:18:00

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Caller's Evidence:

https://faculty.washington.edu/kerim/nomic/cases/?3907


Caller's Arguments:

Gaelan wrote:
> The fact that I violated the rules has a direct impact on the
> effectiveness, legality, etc of our various criminal-justice
> mechanisms, so I'd argue TRUE. If necessary, I would just call
> another CFJ along the lines of "it's possible to give me blots
> for violating that pledge".

That answer's trivial - it's not possible, because you can't actually be
blotted for an indeterminate crime:

Rule 2531
>     Any attempt to levy a fine pursuant to the imposition of the Cold
>     Hand of Justice is INEFFECTIVE if:
>       (1) it attempts to levy a fine on a person when that person
>           can't be established by a preponderance of the evidence to
>           have committed the action or inaction for which the fine was
>           levied;

This protection makes it irrelevant.

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