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How to Conduct a Trial of the Wizengamot

on Sat Feb 04, 2012 4:53 pm
This is how a WizengamotTrial works!


The Chief Warlock, will state the offenders full name, their age, and the acts that they have commited.

Other members of the Wizengamot, will then add anything that has not been stated.

The person on trial will then have a chance to speak. He or she may also have someone with them

who would defend their case if the Chief Warlock allows it.

The offender will now have a chance to call any witnesses to speak.

After the witness is done, the Wizengamot will be able to ask questions.

Once the Chief Warlock believes the trial is done, he or she will halt all the discussion and ask

for a vote from the members of the Wizengamot. Wizengamot members can comment on the

punishment they believe the person deserves.

Since there are 5 members, a conclusion will definately be reached.

The punishment will be decided by the chief warlock.

Thank you, Matt Wheeler, for these superb steps!

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