Greg Ritter on 10 Jan 2002 05:13:33 -0000

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Re: spoon-discuss: Re: Revision of 236

This is incorrect. If a judge (in a real live court, I mean) refuses to hear a case then by definition that refusal means the status quo is maintained.

Likewise, if a court does not come to a decision -- e.g. a hung jury -- again, the status quo is maintained.

At 01:00 AM 1/10/2002 +0100, you wrote:

If a Judge Refuses a CFJ (or decides it's Undecided) he does so
deliberatley because of some kind of reasoning (That reasoning may well be
"I don't have time right now", but it will more often be for a founded
There are some kinds of CFJ that SHOULD be refused/undecided.
Game custom must reflect that in some way, hence my suggestion.

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