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PostSubject: Laws of Middlesex   Fri Mar 20, 2009 2:23 pm

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LAWS OF THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX



    - We remind every citizen to the fact that all Royal Laws have priority above the County Laws.


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PostSubject: Re: Laws of Middlesex   Fri Mar 20, 2009 2:25 pm

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    TITLE II - CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS

      CHAPTER I – MAJOR CRIMES

          Parag. 1 – High treason, treason, murder, revolt and metamorphosis are considered as major crimes.

          Parag. 2 – In case of recommitting a major crime or refusing to accept the penalty, the person in question shall receive dead penalty.


        ARTICLE I – HIGH TREASON

          Parag. 1 - Disloyalty to the Sovereign or the Royal Family amounting to an intention to undermine their authority or the actual attempt to do so is considered as high treason.

          Parag. 2 – High treason can only be judged at the Royal Court.


        ARTICLE II – TREASON

          Parag. 1 - Disloyalty to the Count or Mayor amounting to an intention to undermine their authority or the actual attempt to do so is considered as treason.

          Parag. 2 – In case of being found guilty for treason, the person in question has to pay between 50 and 100 pounds to the County of Town, depending on the target of the treason, and spend 2 or 3 days in prison. He or she also has to make his public excuses.


        ARTICLE III – MURDER

          Parag. 1 - Every physical act that resolves in the dead of a certain person is considered as murder.

          Parag. 2 – If guilty for murder, the murderer shall be given dead penalty.


        ARTICLE IV – REVOLT

          Parag. 1 - This contains every succeeded revolt against the Town or County.

          Parag. 2 – The leader of the revolt shall have to pay between 50 and 100 pounds to the Town or County, depending on the target of the revolt, and spend 2 days in prison.

          Parag. 3 – The other members of the revolt shall have to pay between 20 and 50 pounds to the Town or County, depending on the target of the revolt.


        ARTICLE V – METAMORPHOSIS

          Parag. 1 - Every person that uses more than one identity (accounts) shall be trailed for Metamorphosis. *

          Parag. 2 – A person found guilty of metamorphosis shall have to eradicate his other identities (accounts) within three days. If he or she refuses all identities (accounts) shall be executed.


      CHAPTER II – MEDIUM CRIMES

          Parag. 1 – Robbery, fraud, attempting or planning a revolt, treason and abuse of power are considered Medium crimes.

          Parag. 2 - In case of recommitting a medium crime or refusing to accept the penalty, punishment shall be doubled.


        ARTICLE I – ROBBERY

          Parag. 1 – Robbery can be used in two cases; a robbery attempt and a succeeded robbery.

          Parag. 2 – A person found guilty for a robbery attempt shall have to pay 20 to the victim pounds and 5 pounds to the County, stay in prison for 1 day and will not be able to participate in municipal elections for 2 months.

          Parag. 3 – A person found guilty for a succeeded robbery shall have to give back to the victim what was stolen, spend 2 days in prison, pay an additional 25 pounds, of which 20 pounds to the victim and 5 pounds to the county and shall not be able to participate in municipal elections for 2 months.


        ARTICLE II – FRAUD

          Parag. 1 - Every act in which councilors use public money for own goals shall be considered as fraud.

          Parag. 2 – A person found guilty for fraud shall have to pay back the money to the County or Town, depending on the target of the fraud, plus an additional 25 pounds, and spend 1 day in prison.


        ARTICLE III - ORGANIZING AND PLANNING A REVOLT

          Parag. 1 - Every act in which some one plans a revolt against the County or Town shall be considered as ‘organizing and planning a revolt’.

          Parag. 2 – The person found guilty for ‘organizing and planning a revolt’ shall have to pay between 20 and 50 pounds to the Town or County, depending on the target.


        ARTICLE IV – TREASON

          Parag. 1 - Every act that has as goal to undermine an institution of the County or Town is considered as treason.

          Parag. 2 - A person found guilty for treason shall have to pay between 50 and 100 pounds to the County or Town, depending on the target, and spend 2 days in prison.


        ARTICLE V – ABUSE OF POWER

          Parag. 1 -The misusing of their power by members of the town or county council is considered as Abuse of power.

          Parag. 2 - A person found guilty for abuse of power shall have to pay between 50 and 100 pounds to the County or Town, depending on the target, and spend 1 day in prison.


      CHAPTER III – MINOR CRIMES

          Parag. 1 – Aggression, bullying and slavery are considered as minor crimes.

          Parag. 2 - In case of recommitting a medium crime or refusing to accept the penalty, the person in question shall have to pay an additional 20 pounds.


        ARTICLE I – AGGRESSION

          Parag. 1 – There are two different types of aggression; insults and physical aggression.

          Parag. 2 - A person found guilty for insulting another person shall have to make his public excuses and pay 25, of which 20 pounds will go to the victim and 5 pounds to the County.

          Parag. 3 - A person found guilty for using physical aggression toward other inhabitants shall have to make his public excuses and pay between 20 and 50 pounds, of which 75% will go to the victim and 25% to the County.


        ARTICLE II – BULLYING

          Parag. 1 - Hostile acts, physically and mentally, as well as threatening, are considered as bullying.

          Parag. 2 - A person found guilty for bullying shall have to pay between 20 and 50 pounds, of which 75% will go to the victim and 25% to the County.


        ARTICLE III – SLAVERY

          Parag. 1 - The employment of an inhabitant for a wage below the minimum wage, which is determined by the County; is considered as slavery.

          Parag. 2 - A person found guilty for slavery shall have to pay the difference between the minimum wage and the wage that the accused used to hire the victim, and pay an additional 10 pounds to the victim.


      CHAPTER IV – OTHER VIOLATIONS OF THE LAW

          Parag. 1 – In every other violation of the law the Judge shall have to decide the punishment.


      * OOC : Only one Character may be made per person. Only two Characters may be made per internet connection; IP. The administration of the game must be made aware of the creation of two characters sharing internet connection, IP.

      Every Character that is Flagged by the Councilor of Security as having multiple accounts/characters will first be mailed by the Councilor of Security or the Mayor and given 2 days to reply to the charges of Metamorphosis. The Player must mail the Councilor of Security or the Mayor, In game, in response to these charges within 2 days. If no IG mail is received by either the Councilor of Security or the Mayor the Administration of Divine Rights will be made aware of the multiple accounts. Charges must then be filed by the Public Prosecutor and the Judge may execute the character and any characters associated though internet connection or IP with the character if found guilty of Metamorphosis.





READ AND VALIDATED BY HER ROYAL MAJESTY MARIE-THÉRÈSE I,
QUEEN OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELAND
AND COUNTESS OF MIDDLESEX

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PostSubject: Re: Laws of Middlesex   Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:50 am

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    TITLE I - JURIDICAL PROCEDURES

      ARTICLE I – REPORTING A CRIME

        PARAG. 1 – Every citizen of Middlesex has the right to report a crime to the Prosecutor of the County. Doing so, the person in question has to make sure that he mentions following things;
          A) His name
          B) Date of the crime
          C) Place of the crime
          D) A description of the happenings
          E) The different consequences (things that are stolen, injured etc)
          F) The name of the offender (except in case of robbing)
          G) The description of the offender (the description IG, necessary in case of robery)
          H) A proof of the crime (PARAG. 2)


        PARAG. 2 - A proof of the crime shall be the testimony of the victim and other witnesses, which may include the exhibiting of material evidence (which is allowed when it can be verified HRP in another topic by the Justice Department of the Kingdom). Screenshots are only allowed under the condition that there are no witnesses AND it can't be verified HRP.


      ARTICLE II – THE APPLICATION OF THE REPORT BY THE PROSECUTOR

        PARAG. 1 – After the request by the appellant, the Prosecutor still has the right to refuse a case.

        PARAG. 2 – The Prosecutor has the right to delay his decision for maximum 7 days.


      ARTICLE III – THE OPENING OF A CASE

        PARAG. 1 – After the opening of a case by the Prosecutor, he has to has to contact the witnesses, the appellant and the offender. He also has to remind them that they have the right to be defended by a lawyer.


      ARTICLE IV – THE PROCEDURE OF THE CASE

        PARAG. 1 – After the opening of the case, the Prosecutor has to describe the facts and other information concerning the case.

        PARAG. 2 – After the proclamation of the Prosecutor, the offender, appellant and witnesses can make their testimony, or let them do by their Lawyer. Each of them can only testimony two times.

        PARAG. 3 – After the testimonies the Judge announces his judgement and the punishment.


    Approved and ratified by the County Council of Middlesex on February the 17th, 1650, London.

    Her Highness Marie-Thérèse Howard, Regent of Middlesex


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PostSubject: Re: Laws of Middlesex   Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:27 am

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    BOOK I - THE GOVERNMENT OF THE COUNTY

      ARTICLE I – THE COUNCIL

        PARAG.1 – The County Council is presided by the Earl or Countess of Middlesex, who is appointed by the Sovereign of England.

          PARAG.1 bis - In case that the Earl or Countess might not be able to fullfil it's task by absence or incapacity the Marshal of the Middlesex Regiment will take the control of the affairs of the County; being the task of the Sovereign to appoint a Regent for the County as soon as the circumstances permit.

        PARAG. 2 – The Council of the County is composed of the Earl or the Countess of the County as well as
        a) The Judge (IG)
        b) The Prosecutor (IG)
        c) The Councillor of the People (IG)
        d) The Treasurer (IG)
        e) The Marshall of Middlesex Regiment

        PARAG. 3 – The Judge is in charge of the justice of the County, he judges those who are prosecuted by the Prosecutor.

        PARAG. 4 – The Prosecutor’s task is to prosecute those who didn’t respect the law.

        PARAG. 5 – The Treasurer is in charge of the economy and finances of the County.

        PARAG. 6 – The Marshall of Middlesex Regiment is appointed by the Lord High Constable of England. He represents the Army in the County Council.

          PARAG. 6 bis – The Marshall of Middlesex only has a representative and consultative function within the County Council, and therefore he has no vote in the County Council.

        PARAG. 7 – The Councillor of the people has the task of making the council aware of the needs of the people.

        PARAG. 8 – The Council is in charge of the government of the County.

        PARAG. 9 – The Councillors are all appointed and replaceable by the Earl or Countess, except from the Marshall of Middlesex Regiment, who is under the command and the direct jurisdiction of the Lord High Constable of England.

        PARAG. 10 – The Council is the only legislative and executive organization of the County.

        PARAG. 11 – It is strictly forbidden to all Councillors to pass information about the discussions or votes which take place within the Council outside without the permission of the Earl or Countess of Middlesex.

        PARAG. 13 – The Councillors, except for the Marshall of Middlesex Regiment, cannot leave the County of Middlesex without permission of the Earl or Countess.


      ARTICLE II – THE VOTES WITHIN THE COUNCIL

        PARAG. 1 – Every vote concerning new laws or decrees shall last four (4) days and must be approved with a 50+1% of the council voting. Councillors that abstain will not be counted towards the vote. The Earl or Countess may lower the voting period to two (2) days in an emergent situation.
        If a majority of votes is not reached, the Earl or Countess vote will be counted double.

        PARAG 2 – If one of the Councillors has not voted during the four days voting period, their vote shall count as an abstained vote.


      ARTICLE III - THE TOWNS

        PARAG. 1 - The County gives the towns and their Councils the right to make their own laws and decrees, if they do not contradict the laws of the Kingdom and the County.

        PARAG. 2 - All mayors of towns in the County have to swear an oath of loyalty to the Earl or Countess of Middlesex, in representation of the Sovereign of England.


    Approved and ratified by the County Council of Middlesex on February the 22th, 1650, London.

    Her Highness Marie-Thérèse Howard, Regent of Middlesex

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