Notice of Sentence Rendered: TATCH

The second day of the Sixth Moon


Hear ye, denizens of Castle Marrach,

Let it be known that after due consideration of evidentiary documents and testimony at trial, and pleas of guilty during a prior hearing, the prisoner TATCH has been officially recorded as GUILTY of the three counts of [3.1.29]
Consortion for having willfully, in direct contravention of a Decree of the Crown, associated with the Enemy of the Crown known as Conal and his servants, and attempted to hide his mark of shadow, and single charges each of [3.1.32] Aiding and Abetting, and [3.1.12] Kidnapping,


THAT

In accordance with the will of the Crown and the Chancery, the convicted is thusly to have his head struck from his body four times
;

AND

In accordance with
the will of the Crown and the Chancery, let it be known that the period of distraint, as required by the Capitulary of Castle Marrach, is waived in lieu of time served;

AND

In accordance with the will of the Lord Chancellor, Lord Boreas, let it be known that further C
onsortion with Enemies of the Crown will result in charges of High Treason.


May this serve as a warning and a lesson in Justice to all who might seek to subvert the peace and order of the realm.
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Raoul de Marché
Scribe of Chancery

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**bearing the mark and seal of the Office of Chancery**