law:  courts/judiciary   [chart, towards end, was not perfectly transferred from my book 'Roots of Law', but is very close and meanings clear]



LAW:

VIII.L.0.0 Court systems are to have the sole purpose of uncovering truth, and there are to be – for all the courts of the Judiciary Dept. [except on the court procedures on certain strictly monetary matters handled by the Court of Claims & Evaluations] – no limits to this search [such as on time spent, repetitions of inquiry, statutes of limitations, inclusion of uncertain and multiple areas of examination, method of data collection, etc.], and there is to be no benefit to anyone handling a case, from either acquittal or conviction.

VIII.L.1.0 No member of the Judiciary Dept. or of the Law & State Compliance Dept. should stand for elected State office – executive or legislative – within ten [10] years of holding any Judiciary Dept. or Law & State Compliance Dept. position [that is, giving due respect to CHAPTER VI.L.5, they are not to be supported for such elected State office – any official governmental office from local municipality on upwards].

VIII.L.2.0 There is to be no such thing as a “Constitutional” or “Supreme” Court per se; if any issue is handled in a significantly different manner in different decisions by different twelve-judge [12-judge] Review Panels, then that is to indicate the need for a new law with more clarity on the issue [that is, a replacement law]; the Director of Judiciary Dept. should be [but anyone may be] the one to make such a recommendation to the Legislative Council for a new law enacted via referendum [and if rejected, then again reformed and re-clarified and again put to referendum] after receiving a sample of such a new law composed by an informal consultative committee composed of all the different members [who wish to participate] of all the different Review Panels that had acted on the issue in question within the past five [5] years.

VIII.L.2.1.0 Where questions arise regarding the constitutionality of any law, or where – as with referendums – some court decision on constitutionality is called for, then:

1. Director and nine most senior [by cumulative time in the Department (possibly over non-consecutive periods of service)] members of the Dept. of Law & State Compliance shall render preliminary decision within twenty-eight [28] days of receipt of the matter, and then distribute said decision to all Review Panels in nation for their advice and vote [vote as Review Panel, and so each panel equals one vote];

2. If vote of Review Panels was majority in accordance with Director and nine seniors, then matter over;

3. If vote of Review Panels opposes decision of Director and nine seniors, then the latter must reform their analysis more in conformity to advice received from Review Panels, and resubmit it again – and again and again – until agreement is reached; but,

4. If after four such votes by Review Panels there is still no consensus, then the disputed wording in the Constitution or local law must itself be formed by Legislature into a referendum to be presented to citizenry for decision via ballot.

VIII.L.3.0 “Precedent law” principles have no standing per se in this legal system because analysis is always to be back to the original law’s wording and with attempt to conform to it; “precedents” are to be employed only as useful leads and insights in how best to check and handle an issue in dispute, and as parallel explanations of a decision [especially as explaining and showing that have tried to avoid any arbitrariness and to be as consistent as a truthful rendering of the original law allows].

VIII.L.4.0 In first-time cases, all expenses [with the exception of VIII.L.11] are to be borne by the State since it is a form of Information/Education/Knowledge, and is also the society’s cost for imposing that ordered structuring that it prefers, and with the understanding that the paying of his own share [that is, his own expenses and his own salary for time at court, plus half of the administrative costs if there are only two parties] of the court expenses can be a possible [if called for by the specific criteria of that level “degree of seriousness” law violation, as long as its amount is not more than his one year’s (on five-year average) typical income, and as long as he has such an amount already on hand] imposed penalty [fine] for the loser [but NEVER can be required, per se, to pay the total court expense of all parties – although it is possible that some fines may amount to that quantity by coincidence, but only if it is determined by other standard criteria that have nothing to do with this case’s cost level]; also, decisions that are proportional between the parties – not all one way or the other – may, in some cases, require a fine to be paid by the parties in that same proportion: thus, a “winner” could pay at least part of a fine [a good reason to press only that violation of one’s rights of which one is certain]; in a repeat case, where one has filed the essentially same [to be decided by the court as part of its decision] case on some previous occasion, the loser automatically [regardless of the “degree of seriousness” involved, or even if this is a matter not involving any form of penalty] must pay his own expenses [as defined above].

VIII.L.5.0 Any person, even a non-citizen, may file for registry of a legal charge or claim, and it is solely for a Grand Jury to decide its merit [on charges of law violation, there is no distinction made between so-called “criminal” and “civil” violations – they are simply “law” violations].

VIII.L.6.0 An informal settlement discussion between all of the parties involved in a registered action is to be held both before and after the Grand Jury hearing; the first formal action on a case is the bringing of it before a Grand Jury of twenty-four [24] to get its agreement that the charge or claim has substantial merit and is deserving of fuller investigation, and only after this may it proceed to a Three-Judge-Court; “agreement” by a Grand Jury means either a majority vote [13 or more] that the charge or claim has, while not necessarily a probability [50+% possibility] of being confirmed, at least some significant possibility of being confirmed, or else an over one-sixth vote [five or more] that it has an actual probability of being confirmed.

VIII.L.7.0 Grand Jury members are to total twenty-four [24] and are taken from among the citizen land registry list with eight [8] taken randomly [some form of blind lottery] from all, eight [8] taken randomly from those with known I.Q.s of 140 or higher, and eight [8] taken randomly from those with known educational achievements that include completion of a university level of education with two years of post-graduate studies [or the non-attending equivalent of such a level of education]; no one may be disqualified for any reason; any group of eight [8] must be taken from at least four [4] times that number of available persons and, in the event of such a lack, with the area of inclusion being widened until it is attained; no one may serve on more than one Grand Jury in a two-year period; the duration of a Grand Jury will be either for four [4] weeks, or for the time needed to settle a particular case; each member will be paid according to the average income he would have collected during his time on the Grand Jury, and will be fined on an equal basis for each day he refuses to serve on a Grand Jury (but, regardless of the duration of any particular Grand Jury, said fine may not exceed twenty-eight days of such valuation) – insurance is advisable to cover such costs because not even sickness or actual hospitalization will be acceptable as an excuse; all other parties to a case [including any person who may be charged with a law violation] will also be paid for their time on a similar basis.

VIII.L.8.0 There is never to be any penalty [any form of restraint, any appearance guarantee fee (bond) or similar cost, etc.] until after final judgment, and even here one has the option to refuse it and accept expulsion [this includes rejection of fines, and of any subjective “compensations” (objective compensations are only in a “you broke it, you bought it” form of purchase, and so not of a penalty nature anyway, but are merely court-ordered shifts of assets as a return of stolen property)] – but one may not reject return of illegally obtained possessions or funds.

VIII.L.9.0 Failure to appear at a hearing means presumption of guilt/error or a diminished responsibility of proving guilt or error – unless can show that the appearance failure was not own fault, or unless one of the three [3] teams of investigators [one team per judge] provides clear evidence of likely innocence/correctness.

VIII.L.10.0 All notices and documents concerning a court proceeding are to be sent to the individual’s formally registered home residence, but for actual final hearing [trial] stage there is also to be included a personally presented subpoena.

VIII.L.11.0 All parties to a case are each to have one Law & State Compliance Dept. expert assigned [by special random drawing] to them to explain all that is going on and to answer any questions desired, and also to arrange for State conduction of any investigation that the participant desires; any party may also employ his own additional investigators and advisors if he so wishes, except that this expense will be clearly his own: UNLESS he can show that this activity produced major additional clarification and resolution of the case which was not [and was not likely to be] so produced by the assigned personnel from the Law & State Compliance Dept. or from the investigating teams of the judges; at all times, during all proceedings, all judges and Grand Jury members are free to ask any questions that they wish.

VIII.L.12.0 Apart from personal defense, there is to be no use of weaponry, and little use of personal testimony in the “enforcement/conviction” procedures of the law; these procedures are to focus chiefly upon physically recordable [video, audio, laboratory, etc.] evidence obtained:

1. from security authorities who always carry such recording devices for immediate use;

2. from what obtained by similar later tests and laboratory analysis; and,

3. from possibly existing general public input of a similar physical nature; signed declarations [there is never to be any such thing as “swearing”] can be employed, but mainly as secondary evidence needing confirmation via material evidence [pictures, voices, prints, samples, etc.]; any court decision that has been based mainly on so-called “eye-witness” testimony [of however many people], and involves enactment to anyone’s detriment, is to be of a “degree of seriousness” level of law violation that is reduced three to five [depending upon the amount of material evidence that was also available] levels from what ordinarily would pertain in such a case if physically recordable evidence had been used [there are to be 25 such levels].

VIII.L.13.0 Trial is of three judges, and all decisions [apart from proportioned decisions on cases that are not yes-or-no (and even here the proportioning must be unanimously agreed upon)] must be three-to-zero to be binding [a two-to-one decision causes dismissal/non-action, but it can be resubmitted from the beginning one more time without new Grand Jury approval if one judge or one party wishes to do so].

VIII.L.14.0 Each judge is to have his own team of investigators.

VIII.L.15.0 The three judges of a case are to be:

VIVIII.L.15.1 a professional standing judge from the Executive’s Judiciary Dept., and with candidates for said positions coming from those previously serving as “legal professionals” of part 2 [below], and appointed to this position in Judiciary Dept. by its elected director;

VIVIII.L.15.2 a legal professional elected [for non-consecutive five-year terms from among professors of legal instruction who so taught for at least five years, and during which years their primary income (apart from own assets’ growth, interest, etc.), was from said instruction] by the Writers’ Bureau [see Section 24.0 on the composition of the Writers’ Bureau]; and

VIVIII.L.15.3 a temporary judge [one case only] with an I.Q. of over 140 [and who would later have the possibility of being randomly selected to serve on Review Panel] and with a level of education [formal or self-taught] of a university two-year graduate student, and with his particular field of expertise as close as possible to the principal areas of contention in the case [a list of at least twelve (12) of those so qualifying must be drawn up – more if available in nearby areas – and one then selected at random (blindfolded throws at spinning dart board with all names on slips to be written large and visible to any witnesses who wish to attend); the list itself must also have been drawn up at random].

VIII.L.16.0 The Judiciary Dept. will assume full direct responsibility for the implementation of those case decisions which involve an agreed-to penalty that is more than just a fine or document registry.

VIII.L.17.0 All penalties must be non-discriminatory and uniform for the particular violation; apart from objective elements that directly determine the nature of the violation [such as being retarded or infantile or senile affecting the level of offense in attempted murder, or legitimate self-defense of body or family or BASIC RIGHTS effecting interpretation of acts of violence, or etc.] such things as age, sex, nationality, belief, organizational ties, histories, other present or past violations, subjective circumstances and assessments, or any similar factor may never [in themselves] play a role in the penalty since that would constitute one person not having the same standing before the law as some other person.

VIII.18.0 Where court decisions go beyond mere clarifications and resolutions [of laws themselves or of procedures or of private disputes or etc.] and involve imposition of penalties for actual law violations or damages, then:

VIVIII.L.18.1 penalties shall be uniform across the nation, and for the “degree of seriousness”;

VIVIII.L.18.2 no penalty may interfere with any BASIC RIGHT [“court penalty” is not included in the twelve (12) “Exception Categories” except as per number 11], and at most [except for the no-option full expulsion] may induce a distancing and monitoring/regularization [public service as a penalty option, etc.] of relations between the person accepting penalization and the general public – much as is the case with visits by non-nationals in certain situations, or the seating of previously troublesome members of an audience in some special area of monitored condition, or the increasing of the likelihood that a child of a rapist will get a residence allotment in a undersized area by having any future mate of a rapist who causes pregnancy for his victim to get an early number switch to “over-quota on offspring”, or similar non-intrusive regularizations – when they wish to initiate interaction with the public [it is sort of like a pollution or congestion situation where the public now wishes to better monitor this known cause of disruption];

VIVIII.L.18.3 penalties shall relate only to a person’s own actions and no one is ever responsible for actions of others [although where one’s action adds possibility to a law being violated (and possibly even damage done) by another, then the degree of that possibility increase can be considered to be a “placement in jeopardy” type of offense];

VIVIII.L.18.4 within any one of four separate offense categories (A – human bodily damage, or induced bodily inefficiency or endangerment of single individual; B – animal bodily damage or induced bodily inefficiency of single individual; C – asset damage/loss of all involved individuals; CH – degradation of societal efficiency) no penalty may be imposed for action that is part of some other penalty that was/is being imposed in that same category [of four possible]; example: if penalty for “killing” or “major injury”, then none for “assault” or for “endangerment”, and if such penalty has already been imposed, then compensation must be fully provided for that imposed penalty prior to imposing the more serious penalty; however, if another offense category is involved, then the penalty for that offense may be imposed; for example, if assault [category A] involved a stolen or damaged vehicle [category C], then a category C penalty may be imposed; in event of dispute over the “degree of seriousness” level [see: VIII.L.18.5.0], then the Three-Judge-(trial)Court shall make that determination [appealable separately from the verdict] while, of course, including evaluation of mitigating factors as per VIII.L.18.5.1 [degree of accidentality, degree of a lack of comprehension (being infantile or retarded or drunk or etc.), degree of endangerment and self-defense (of own or another's body, or of a defensible RIGHT or etc.), and similar other factors];

VIVIII.L.18.5.0 there shall be twenty-five [25] “degree of seriousness” levels of law violation, each with its own pre-set penalty or combination of penalties [and percent of likelihood can be determining element as long as it is at least over fifty percent (50%): that is, judging there to be a sixty percent (60%) likelihood that a “level 12” violation occurred could mean implementation of a penalty at “level 18” (since the “level 12” isn’t even over 90%) – this “percent likelihood” for adjusting level will all depend on how the levels have been defined in advance], and, where not set out in 18.5.1, with these penalty-level settings having been made by the Director of the Judiciary with the majority approval of the Legislative Council;

VIII.L.18.5.1

PENALTIES: DETERMINATION & LEVELS table (table #4 – of 11 pages: p. 159 thru p. 169)


PENALTIES: Determination & Levels

FINAL PENALTY = [PENALTY of #LEVEL involved] x [VCD%] x [CHarged SHare%] x

[Adjudged Conviction Probability % – which must be over 50%]

VCD% = Violation Cause Degree percentage, with one of 10 %/degrees possible:

A0 = 100% [AAA PRIMARY: DIRECT & EXCLUSIVE]

A1 = 66.667% [AAa PRIMARY: DIRECT & partial]

A2 = 50% [AaA PRIMARY: indirect & EXCLUSIVE]

A3 = 33.333% [Aaa PRIMARY: indirect & partial]


B0 = 50% [BBB SECONDARY: DIRECT & EXCLUSIVE]

B1 = 33.333% [BBb SECONDARY: DIRECT & partial ] ---------[Note: this is standard

B2 = 25% [BbB SECONDARY: indirect & EXCLUSIVE] for PERJURY related to

B3 = 16.667% [Bbb SECONDARY: indirect & partial] a given charge]


C0 = 20% [CC CONTRIBUTORY: DIRECT]

C1 = 10% [Cc CONTRIBUTORY: indirect]


[Note: PRIMARY = Could not have happened at all without this input.

SECONDARY = Could not have happened with the magnitude, duration, major side effects, major certainty, or major safety to perpetrator that it did, without this input.


CONTRIBUTORY = Adding to the damage/loss or its secondary aspects, but:

1. not at scene, and

2. not starting an automatic sequence contributing to offense.]


CHSH % = CHarged human final responsibility SHare percentage, with a final % used for given charge

only after all other 10 categories are

given a % and then subtracted from 100%.

Charged % to

a defendant = 100% minus:

- Other Humans %

- Compulsory Defense %

- Animal %

- Victim Themselves Responsible %

- Nature %

- Drugs %

- Illness/Tiredness %

- Ignorance/Immaturity %

- Mechanical Malfunction %

- Luck/Extreme Improbability %

____________________________


% Remaining as Responsibility of Defendant

Note: Each category % is to be determined by as objective a set of tests as is reasonably possible. Where tests are late and can only give an approximation of some category or categories, then a bonus [up to a maximum of 33.333% as a cumulative total for all categories] is added or subtracted to that category or categories depending upon who [defendant or accusers] is at fault for the delay or the need [arising from some factor other than delay] to settle for a mere approximation.



ACP % = Adjudged Conviction Probability percentage, which must be at least 50% and derives from the final verdict of each trial at which, if there is a verdict of guilty, then must include a % of likeliness of that guilt [from over 50% – or else NOT guilty – up to 99.5%].





ANIMAL LEVELS I – IV



Level I Animals are specifically:

whales, dolphins, porpoises, great apes & baboons, elephants, raccoons, and ( ).

Level II Animals are of the category of brain & neural quality as in:

octopi – monkeys – otters

Level III Animals are of the category of brain & neural quality as in:

seals – cheetahs – goats

Level IV Animals are of the category of brain & neural quality as in:

platypuses – parakeets – opossums




PENALTIES



There follows a chart of penalties for various levels of offense.


[NOTES: 1. MULTIPLE NUMBERS of Offenses/Losses/Damages per Level produce an increase in penalty by formula: Total Penalty for “n” terms = 1/n + 1/n-1 + 1/n-2…+ 1/n –(n-1), but with no such increase to exceed the total for three Level 1 terms/offenses which comes to 36.667 Expulsion + 18.333 Close Monitoring.


2.      2. PERJURY = BBb [B1 of VCD %] on the given level charge centrally effected by the lie, if said information is critically [indispensable, or significantly clarifying] needed for said central charge.


3.      3. RAPE adds [to Level defined by other criteria] the loss of one child allotment for each conception-with-delivery that occurs.


4.      4.  Offenses Against MINORS [under age 12] involving Levels 1-18 and perpetrated by the parent/custodian, after conviction and with child’s choice decisive if clearly given, can be referred to a local [to child’s longest voluntary residence] Grand Jury for special protection [of Grand Jury’s choice] on one of five levels [but levels C, CH, and D only possible regards a conviction of Levels 1-13]:

A.         A.    Six months of a monthly visit to minor for updates;

B.          B.    One year of weekly, or even more frequent, surprise visits;

C.          C.    One year constant monitoring via camera or live-in chaperone, or, if parent/custodian prefers, or if camera/chaperone system not possible, the child to a foster home of a public volunteer [parent/custodian with unlimited visiting rights]:

CH.      CH.   C + B + A;

D.          D.   two years of C, then B+A.


5. I   5.       ISOLATION/SEGREGATION is understood to mean in large area where even family members can visit and live, and law violator can conduct at least some types of commercial activities – refusal of I/S means equal length Expulsion.]

6. Exceptions for animals as per I.L.2.3.







PENALTY

LEVEL

OFFENSE/LOSS/DAMAGE







Expulsion: 20 years

+

Close Monitoring: 10 years

1

HUMAN LIFE / HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 20 weeks













HUMAN HANDICAP / HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 19/18 weeks / LEVEL I ANIMAL LIFE [AL]:










Expulsion: 20 years

+

Close Monitoring: 5 years

2

Loss of major body member [hand, thumb, foot, eye, kidney, lung, etc.].


Human fetus life of 19 weeks.













Expulsion: 18 years



3

Loss of minor body member [finger, toe, ear, 3 teeth, etc.]

OR

Majority impairment of major body member [as in 2 + spine, hearing, vision, balance, etc.].


Human fetus life of 18 weeks.


































HUMAN INJURY: PERMANENT & SERIOUS but not handicapping / HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 17/16/15 weeks / LEVEL I ANIMAL HANDICAP [AH ] / LEVEL II AL:


PERMANENT = Over two decades

SERIOUS = Approached [carried significant possibility of resulting in] life loss / handicap creation

OR

Caused major disability [unable to leave home/hospital without wheelchair or another’s help; or had majority impairment of major body member] for over 4 months

or

Caused major pain [apart from intervention relief & as per the average person considers to be more than mere major ache or annoying pain] for over 4 months.










Expulsion: 15 years

4

Offense was [as of torture] PROLONGED [in sharp contrast to the minimum available at the time]

of MAXIMUM INJURY/PAIN

either caused major permanent non-handicapping injury [such as: much scarring, poor bone reset, weak organ function, prolonged major toxicity or infection, etc.]

or

Caused major disability for over 4 months – with some PERMANENT & SERIOUS INJURY

or

Caused major pain for over 4 months – with some PERMANENT & SERIOUS INJURY.

Human fetus life of 17 weeks.





&





&





















Expulsion: 10 years

5

Offense was [as of torture] PROLONGED [in sharp contrast to the minimum available at the time] with PERMANENT & SERIOUS INJURY;

or

of MAXIMUM INJURY/PAIN with PERMANENT & SERIOUS INJURY;

or

PROLONGED & MAXIMUM INJURY/PAIN but, while with

some PERMANENT & SERIOUS INJURY, neither caused

major permanent non-handicapping injury

nor caused major disability over 4 months

nor caused major pain over 4 months.


Human fetus life of 16 weeks.























Isolation/Segregation: 8 years

6

Offense [HUMAN INJURY: PERMANENT & SERIOUS] was NOT prolonged


NOT of maximum injury/pain.


Human fetus life of 15 weeks.


&















HUMAN INJURY: PERMANENT but non-SERIOUS, though significant / HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 14/12/11 weeks / LEVEL I ANIMAL INJURY: PERMANENT & SERIOUS [AI; P&S] / LEVEL II AH / LEVEL III AL:










Isolation/Segregation: 6 years

7

Very significant:

Permanent injury of moderate scarring or

not best bone set or not full recovery of organ function or moderate toxicity/infection or etc.

either

Approached life loss / handicap creation

or

Caused major disability over 1 month

or

Caused major pain over 1 month. HUMAN FETUS LIFE OF 14 Weeks







&

















Isolation/Segregation: 4 years











8

Significant:

Either:

    1. Permanent injury of: light scarring or not best

    bone set or minor toxicity / infection or etc.

&

either Approached life loss / handicap creation

or

Caused major disability over 1 month

or

Caused major pain over 1 month

Or:

2. Permanent injury as of “7”, but which

neither approached life loss / handicap creation

nor caused major disability over 1 month

nor caused major pain over 1 month.


HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 12 weeks.
























Isolation/Segregation: 3 years

9

Borderline significance: Permanent injury of “8.1”, but

which

neither approached life loss / handicap creation

nor caused major disability over 1 month

nor caused major pain over 1 month. HUMAN FETUS LIFE OF 11 Weeks





















HUMAN INJURY: non-PERMANENT but SERIOUS / HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 12/11/10 weeks / LEVEL I ANIMAL INJURY: P but non-S [AI: P but n-S] / LEVEL II AI: P&S / LEVEL III AH / LEVEL IV AL:










Isolation/Segregation: 4 years

8

Very Serious:

Endangered life / handicap

[Approached life loss / handicap creation]

&

either

Caused major disability over 4 months

or

Caused major pain over 4 months.

HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 12 weeks.



















Isolation/Segregation: 3 years

9

Serious:

Endangered life / handicap

[Approached life loss / handicap creation]

or

Caused major disability over 4 months

or

Caused major pain over 4 months.


HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 11 weeks.


















Isolation/Segregation: 2 years

10

Borderline seriousness:

Caused major disability over 1 month

or

Caused major pain over 1 month.


HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 10 weeks.

















HUMAN INJURY: non-PERMANENT & non-Serious / HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 8/7 weeks / LEVEL I ANIMAL INJURY: Non-P but S [AI: non-P but S] LEVEL II AI: P but non-s / LEVEL III AI: P & S / LEVEL IV AH / GOVT. AUCTION ABUSE [added to L 17]:

[NOTE: *= Locally determined, but Service not to exceed the paired mandatory Service, and Fine not to exceed perpetrator’s total income for the service period in question, as an average income over past ten (10) years for such a length of time.]







Isolation/Segregation: 1 year

+

Consecutive Service: 1 year

+

either Fine of*

or Service of*

+

Loss of involved contract [where applicable]

or

double indemnification

11

Caused majority [major & over half of ability/function involved] disability over 1 week

&

Caused major pain over 1 week.


Human fetus life of 8 weeks.

















Isolation/Segregation: 1/4 year

+

Consecutive Service: 1/2 year

+

either Fine of *

or Service of *

+

Loss of contract

or

double indemnification

12

Caused major disability over 1 week

or

Caused major pain over 1 week.

















Isolation/Segregation: 1/10 year

+

Consecutive Service: 1/2 year

+

either Fine of *

or Service of *

+

Loss of contract

or

double indemnification

13

Caused major disability over 1 day

or

Caused major pain over 1 day.

















Isolation/Segregation: 1/4 year

+

Concurrent Service: 1/2 year

+

either Fine of *

or Service of *

+

Loss of contract

or

double indemnification

14

Caused minority [minor & under half of ability/function

involved] disability over 1 day

&

Caused minor pain over 1 day.

Human fetus life of 7 weeks.

















Isolation/Segregation: 1/10 year

+

Concurrent Service: 1/10 year

+

either Fine of *

or Service of *

+

Loss of contract

or

double indemnification

15

Caused minority disability over 1 day

or

Caused minor pain over 1 day.

















Service: 1/6 year

+

either Fine of *

or Service of *

+

Loss of c. or d.i.

16

Caused some battery / disability under 1 day

or

Caused some pain under 1 day.


















HUMAN INTERFERENCE / HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 7/6 weeks / LEVEL I ANIMAL INJURY: non-P & non-S / LEVEL II AI: non-P but S / LEVEL III AI: P But non-S / LEVEL IV AI: P & S:










Same as 12 above

12

Endangered [a non-injurious action physically threatened – not merely verbally] LIFE.







Same as 13 above

13

Endangered major handicap.


Malfeasance / bribery-to-malfeasance of public elected/appointed office.










Same as 14 above

14

Endangered major injury [involved either major disability or major pain].


Human fetus life of 7 weeks.










Same as 15 above

15

Endangered general health or minor injury.


Nonfeasance / bribery-to-nonfeasance of public elected/appointed office.










Same as 16 above

16

Caused to lose time over day [& all days over one are given the standard formula multiplier of: penalty = 1/n + 1/n-1 + 1/n-2 + … + 1/n-(n-1), where n = total number of days lost].









S Service 1/10 yr

+

e either Fine of *

or Service of *

+

Loss of c. or d.i.

+

Return of stolen/lost/damaged assets

17

Caused to lose over 1 month’s national average per person of ISEW in assets and/or opportunity [opportunity to be assigned an asset value by a Grand Jury Review Panel – but said Grand Jury Review Panel is not to be composed of people from the same residence region (with as distant a difference as is practical) as either the perpetrator or the victim].












Return of stolen/lost/damaged assets is mandatory,

unless, at time of penalty imposition, perpetrator doesn’t have sufficient assets that are above the BNCAR

minimum levels

[and, except that for asset value of “opportunity loss”, and due to this category’s more subjective nature, any actual asset return is optional – but with increased penalty for said lack of return, as per the following formula], which then results in a higher penalty on basis of this formula [Fine = unreturned assets]:



                                  A                                 B

Higher PENALTY = Original Penalty + (% Fine Unpaid) (1/25) (Unit Percentile nationally,


over last 10 years of average income [over BNCARs] of perpetrator – if he agrees to open all books, etc.; otherwise presumption of 100th percentile)



                                     C

+ (% Fine Unpaid) (1/national monthly (Original fine) 1/3 (Unit Percentile as of B)

                        average of ISEW

                        per person)








Service 1/10 yr.

+

either Fine of *

or Service of *

+

Loss of c. or d.i.

18

Running a vehicle through a Red Light.

Speeding by over 25% of the Posted Limit.

Zoning violation that involves humans directly.

Non-performance of Court Duty.

Altering or destroying Public Records.

Formal Declared Impersonation in public of another ID’ed person – with or without that other person’s approval.













Service: 1/10 year

+

either Fine of *

or Service of *

+

Loss of c. or d.i.

+

Return as of 17,

except that,

for unpaid Fine/Return

Higher Penalty = A + B only;

there is no use of C

19

Caused to lose under 1 month’s national average per person of ISEW in assets and/or opportunity [opportunity to be assigned an asset value by a Grand Jury Review Panel – no special residence region required].


Zoning violation that involves humans directly.


Human fetus life of 6 weeks.


















Service 1/52 yr.

+

either Fine of *

or Service of *

+

Loss of c. or d.i.

20

Speeding by less than 25% over the posted limit.

Jay-walking into traffic.

Zoning violation that involves humans directly.



















ORGANIZATIONAL/SOCIETAL INTERFERENCE not involved directly with humans / HUMAN FETUS LIFE of 30/20/10 days / LEVEL I ANIMAL INTERFERENCE:










either Fine of *

or Service-of-choice of *

21

Non-performance of ID duty.

Pollution [noise, light, chemicals, smoke, microbes, etc.].

Zoning violation.









either Fine of *

or Service-of-choice of *

22

Obstructing duty of public officials.

Pollution [litter, noise, light, smoke, etc.].

Zoning violation.


Human fetus life of 30 days.











either Fine of *

or Service-of-choice of *

23

Trespass.

Parking violation.

Pollution.

Zoning violation.










Citation – publicly advertised

24

Abuse of legal process.

Zoning violation.


Human fetus life of 20 days.










Citation – not advertised

25

Child neglect – simple [i.e., no substantive harm done – otherwise, penalty level as per the suffered harm].

Zoning violation.


Human fetus life of 10 days.






NOTE: All services must be for non-profit activities [example: visiting/helping the bedridden; monitoring ecological abuse; education assistance; etc.].


Also, are to be given a choice of services from a standard list, but this holds only as long as neutral appraisal of performance of said service is “adequate” or better; except for Levels 21-23 where service-of-choice is always assured, but with non-adequate performance simply equaling the paying of the Fine [non-adequate service for Levels above 21-23 (11-20) equals “increased time of service” up to a maximum of double the original service time].








VIII.L.18.6.0 Penalties [all of which, except expulsion, can be rejected in favor of expulsion; and all penalties being understood to be different from restoration of stolen (or damaged/bought) items or funds (as long as is within the offender’s presently available assets)] shall include:

VIII.L.18.6.1 expulsion to another nation [or to another territory of exile that is similar (no outside control) to a nation, if no other formal nation is available] for periods of non-reentry ranging from a full generation [twenty (20) years (up to 36.667 max)] to one year minimum [being that it seems likely that a major purpose of life is to select those qualities of which our individual essence is to be composed (as well as similar personal input for shaping the Universe itself), then it is logical that – this all being an ongoing developmental process – people change over time, and so should eventually be allowed new contacts with everyone despite the degree of seriousness of any original offense]; or, isolation/segregation [see PENALTY NOTE 5];

VIII.L.18.6.2 fines [never more than present net (non-quota land and non-quota home structure) assets] ranging from small specific amounts up to five years’ [averaged on last ten (10) years] typical income for that person [with one year the maximum fine for paying court expenses];

VIII.L.18.6.3 loss of office, or of contract, or of other relevant violated relationship;

VIII.L.18.6.4 monitoring and public service [“public service” being defined as undertaking of non-job (no one hardly ever paid for it) services of no required specific hours (but with total hours devoted being recorded) that contribute to a fuller life for someone – such as visits to the sick and to the terminally ill, field trips for orphans, escorting the newly blind, translating for the deaf, periodic errands for the disabled and the infirm, etc.]; and,

VIII.L.18.6.5 formal censure.

VIII.L.18.7.0 Any person who confesses to any violation of law is benefited thereby only:

VIII.L.18.7.1 by the elimination of any possible fine that may be associated with that offense [one hundred percent (100%) elimination if he confesses prior to the filing of the charge, fifty percent (50%) elimination if before the start of the official investigation against him by the judges’ teams of investigators, and twenty-five percent (25%) elimination if before the court gives a decision];

VIII.L.18.7.2 by the trial court taking more seriously what information the confessor may provide as to the objective circumstances of the violation [endangerment, accident, coercion, reduced consciousness from drugs or sleep deprivation or etc., and similar elements] which in turn then effect what “degree of seriousness” is decreed to be involved [but this degree can never be fixed in advance by any sort of bargain, or else the judges and others involved are to be held guilty of violation of official duties, obstruction of justice, bribery (even though no money is involved), and contribution (accessory) to the original violation]; and,

VIII.L.18.7.3 by the decreed “degree of seriousness” never being any greater than warranted by the physically recorded evidence and all other evidence that was obtained apart [already available or a natural development of what was already available] from any confession – except that there must [sub-excepting a fine] be a minimum of half of the number [but not half of the actual original “seriousness” or of the original penalty (level penalties do not necessarily decline in exact ratio to level number)] of the “degree of seriousness” level of what called for by the law violation as it is finally determined that it actually occurred.

VIII.L.19.0 As no physical force may be used against anyone except in self-defense [the concept of “arrest” does not exist – only a duty to exchange ID (or else provide tissue sample) with “official” security], then upon someone’s being judged guilty and refusing the penalty [or the penalty itself being the maximum of no option full expulsion], and so opting for expulsion instead of said penalty, BUT then also refusing to voluntarily comply with the expulsion order, the only available way to then implement said expulsion with the offender refusing to cooperate is to:

VIII.L.19.1 publish openly the data and verdict, and including the person’s picture, address, occupation, etc.;

VIII.L.19.2 withdraw all public services and deny to him entry to all public edifices;

VIII.L.19.3 halt, by court order, all governmental commercial dealings with him, and announce that the general public to do likewise, and switch [“expel”] whatever of his assets that are found into the area of his expulsion – and to include the switching of his registered home residence to a new home residence in the expulsion area [while people who cooperate with their expulsion order will (to assure diligent investment in quality homes, and to provide practical hope of future reform/reconciliation) be allowed to retain said residence on the registry during the expulsion];

VIII.L.19.4 assign an around-the-clock body guard to accompany the offender, and to explain to all who come in contact with him that these are the court decisions for this person, and to impose a contempt of court fine on anyone who materially seriously interferes with the efforts to implement the court’s expulsion order [this particular violation warranting a fine would be as an accomplice in theft since the expelled person is using national property (the land itself, etc.) to which he no longer has a right].

VIII.L.20.0 Once a decision is made in a case, implementation shall be at the twenty-week [20-week] mark from the decision date if no review is requested, or else immediately after [i.e. earlier than twenty (20) weeks] completion of the first review [about seventeen (17) weeks from the decision date of the Three-Judge- Court if filed within one week of the decision date as is to be recommended (review requests can be filed at any time, but not if one wishes to avoid implementation of the decision, in which case they need to be filed so that the review panel can complete its work – is given up to sixteen weeks to finish the review – before the twenty-week mark for implementation of non-reviewed cases)] if it is completed [review request filed quickly] within twenty [20] weeks of the initial court decision date – otherwise, implementation even for a case under review shall also come at the twenty-week [20-week] mark; requests for reviews beyond the first review may not effect the implementation of the decision in any way – preparation for possible effects of a later reversal is left to the evaluation of the individual involved.

VIII.L.21.0 Reviews [appeals] are handled by a panel [court] of twelve [12] Judges [who serve for non-consecutive three year terms] taken equally and randomly from the three judge “classes” [after completing all their ongoing cases], and from a fourth class composed of highest accredited [via criteria specified in Department regulations via vote of Legislature – not via simple seniority] non-elected legal experts of the Department of Law & State Compliance; said Dept. of Law & State Compliance experts serve simultaneously in both capacities during said three-year term, but with priority given to their Review Panel duties, and Dept. of L. & S.C. duties being limited to consultation and random inspections/reports on matters of concern to them personally – and may not be discharged from Dept. while term on Review Panel is still running. Requests for reversal of a decision by a Three-Judge-Court are granted by the Review Panel via votes of agreement to a reversal that total eight or more of the members – any vote of less than eight constitutes affirmation of the earlier decision; a review decision can only affirm or negate an action by a Three-Judge-Court, it cannot implement opposite or different or additional action, the only way to achieve that would be by someone [anyone, if a public matter; an involved party, if a personal matter] resubmitting the case back at the initial Grand Jury/Three-Judge-Court level.

VIII.L.21.1 There shall be one Review Panel for every Judiciary District set up by the Legislature – boundaries to be as natural and even as practical, and members of Review Panel not to be drawn from those who served on Three-Judge-Courts within that Judiciary District within past ten [10] years.

VIII.L.22.0 Four months [sixteen (16) weeks] are to be allowed to complete a review [appeal] of a case, but there are to be no limits to the number of appeals for review, just as there are no limits to the time spent on the trial or on the number of times that a case can be reinvestigated and recharged [but always first to a Grand Jury which would consider prior case records in deciding if there is any merit to a case].

VIII.L.23.0 The Court of Claims and Evaluations [dealing with monetary matters that are on referral (appeal) from the Dept. of Quality Control and Inspection, plus with any other similar monetary matters that are referred to it for resolution by a special decision of a (more standard procedured) Dept. of the Judiciary Three-Judge- Court] shall differ in its procedures in the following ways:

VIII.L.23.1 decisions within thirty [30] calendar days for Dept. of Quality Control and Inspection referrals, and within one hundred [100] calendar days on all other matters;

VIII.L.23.2 only one appeal is allowed for a [second thirty (30) day or hundred (100) day (maximum times)] re-evaluation by twelve-member [12-member] Review Panel [picked by lot from same four (4) classes as are all Review Panels], except that a decision of negation [reversal] would allow one last appeal, and with it understood that both appeals must be filed within a time limit of one week from date of the decision that is being appealed; to file appeal need only sign formal request of such, and with any argument [additional to what already part of case] able to be submitted any time up to when decision is rendered [if late, then just is not part of the reconsideration].

VIII.L.23.3 there are no implementations of a decision until these limited appeal rights are exhausted, or until the time limit for filing them has expired – by observing the earlier mentioned time limits there could be no Dept. of Quality Control and Inspections matter still outstanding after a maximum of about one hundred [100] to one hundred and five [105] days from first submitting the matter to the Court of Claims and Evaluations.

VIII.L.24.0 The Writers’ Bureau, whose members elect legal professionals to their spot on judiciary panels [courts], is to be composed of all those who [under their own name (on the edition)] have published [of their own non-compilative (but some extra leeway for textbooks – Certification Committee will decide) writings] in non-periodic editions, of no more than four authors per edition [each author-writer’s page total being determined by dividing total pages by total number of author-writers (unless each one’s contribution is formally specified)], at least one hundred [100] pages on non-fiction, one hundred [100] pages of fiction, one thousand [1,000] pages total between the two types, and had sales [for a political unit of one hundred million persons – adjust sales figures for other size units proportionately] at above publisher cost [paid by the reader-purchaser] of at least one hundred million [100,000,000] pages – with at least ten [10] million each of fiction and of non-fiction. A Certification Committee to pass on compliance with the above criteria is to be of one hundred [100] members and appointed by the Legislative Council for five-year terms [twenty (20) changed every year].

VIII.L.25.0 ADOPTION is not possible; but anyone can obtain custodianship of a relativeless or abandoned child [until such time as the child itself expresses its own definite wishes in the matter] by petition to the local [of area of child’s longest voluntary residence – if none known, then of birth/delivery location, and if that not known, then of site of first official sighting] Grand Jury [and with concurrence of Three-Judge-Court]. One may legally assign inheritance rights to whomever one chooses. Name changes are a matter for individuals to decide for themselves.

VIII.L.26.0 DAMAGE SUITS – anyone may sue anyone or anything else, whether private or public, but must still receive standard Grand Jury minimum vote as to appropriateness to proceed.

Juries [Damage Suit Grand Juries] are always to be composed and operated – as much as practical – outside of the regions of any of the involved parties [generally, should at least be held in a different Province or State].

It is totally up to the jury to decide upon the final award, but the following points must always be observed [note: ..up to special jury – the “Damage Suit Grand Jury”]:

VIII.L.26.1 Recovery must include full value for all objective losses/damages, and also probable projected income losses – but with the projected losses multiplied by the % of probability that his loss would in fact have occurred [always less than 100%].

VIII.L.26.2 Defendant must always retain BNCAR funds, lands, and present main dwelling.

VIII.L.26.3 Apart from as designated in standard court procedures, legal fees may never be a part of the award, except for a one time per case “special consultation / action formation / filing assistance” fee equal to between 1-10% of national average per person of ISEW, with final figure set by jury according to its evaluation of case’s seriousness and/or complexity.

VIII.L.26.4.0 Subjective loss damage award may never exceed [which ever is less]:

VIII.L.26.4.1 twelve [12] times the national ISEW average per person [unless damage/loss involves loss of major physical function, for which can add to the maximum:

50% of maximum for each offense/damage of a Level 5 nature;

100% of maximum for each offense/damage of a Level 4 nature;

150% of maximum for each offense/damage of a Level 3 nature;

200% of maximum for each offense/damage of a Level 2 nature;

300% of maximum for each offense/damage of a Level 1 nature – award only to be added to estate of victim, and distributed according to the will, or, if there is no will, then according to local custom];

VIII.L.26.4.2 or three times the defendant’s net yearly average income of past ten [10] years prior to the incident in question, and not to include deductions for gifts/charities/foundations/trusts/or-similar-matters, nor to include deductions for capital asset purchases, clothing, vehicles, travels, vacations, entertainment/gambling, or personal servants – if, where relevant [such as clothing or travel], the sums are in excess of the BNCAR national average for that category.

VIII.L.26.5 The only punitive damages which may be added to the above are for damages inflicted under color-of-law, and for which the jury may add a sum equal to one percent up to one hundred percent [1%-100%] of above final total [after it has been subjected to the multiplier of “6”] according to their evaluation of the degree of flagrancy of the abuse of the color-of-law.

VIII.L.26.6 The award determined from points 1-4 is to be multiplied the same as is done for “Final Penalty”; i.e., ?VCD% x ?CHSH% x ?ACP% [the ACP% to be determined by the Damage Suit Grand Jury if no such % available from a previous Offense Penalty Three-Judge-Court].