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The '''Magistrate's Court''' is the place where criminals are put on trial in the middle of the third centry of the [[Human Era]].
 
The '''Magistrate's Court''' is the place where criminals are put on trial in the middle of the third centry of the [[Human Era]].
   
In [[Corus]] these courts were held in the respective districts. Each of the four watches had their own day, e.g. [[Evening Watch]] of the [[Lower City]] had their Court Day on mondays with the Magistrate being [[Tullus of King's Reach|Sir Tullus of King's Reach]].
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In [[Corus]] these courts were held in the respective districts. Each of the four watches had their own day, e.g. [[Evening Watch]] of the [[Lower City]] had their Court Day on Mondays with the Magistrate being [[Tullus of King's Reach|Sir Tullus of King's Reach]].
   
 
In [[Port Caynn]] things were handled differently. There all law-breakers were brought before the magistrate in [[Guards House]].<ref>''[[Bloodhound]]'', September 14, 247 (p. 180)</ref>
 
In [[Port Caynn]] things were handled differently. There all law-breakers were brought before the magistrate in [[Guards House]].<ref>''[[Bloodhound]]'', September 14, 247 (p. 180)</ref>

Revision as of 20:31, December 2, 2009

The Magistrate's Court is the place where criminals are put on trial in the middle of the third centry of the Human Era.

In Corus these courts were held in the respective districts. Each of the four watches had their own day, e.g. Evening Watch of the Lower City had their Court Day on Mondays with the Magistrate being Sir Tullus of King's Reach.

In Port Caynn things were handled differently. There all law-breakers were brought before the magistrate in Guards House.[1]

Notes and references

  1. Bloodhound, September 14, 247 (p. 180)
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