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An unnamed '''{{RDM|Caprica}} [[Judge]]'''<ref>{{bsgwiki term}}</ref> oversees the trial<ref>The trial occurs after the [[Maglev 23]] bombing.</ref> of a [[Ha'la'tha]] member [[Unnamed Ha'la'tha soldier|who remains unnamed]]. At the pre-trial hearing, [[Joseph Adama]] is able to get his defendant to plead guilty and the judge sets bail, over the objections of the [[Caprica Prosecutor|unnamed Caprica prosecutor]] in the case.
An unnamed '''{{RDM|Caprica}} prosecutor'''<ref>{{bsgwiki term}}</ref> oversees the prosecution of a [[Ha'la'tha]] member [[Unnamed Ha'la'tha soldier|who remains unnamed]]. At the pre-trial hearing<ref>The trial occurs after the [[Maglev 23]] bombing.</ref>, the defense's attorney, [[Joseph Adama]], is able to get his defendant to plead guilty and the [[Caprica Judge|judge]] sets bail at 10,000 [[cubit]]s over her objections. She argues that the defendant is a known member of the crime syndicate, and that he is a flight risk that could return to [[Tauron]] and away from the hands of the Caprican legal system.


[[Sam Adama]] later provides the money to the elder Adama to cover both the 10,000 [[cubit]] bail and the 20,000 cubit bribe for this judge {{CAP|Pilot (Caprica)}}, as is common in such cases where Ha'la'tha members are involved {{CAP|Reins of a Waterfall}}.
Despite being correct on this, she is unaware that the judge has been bribed 20,000 cubits for setting bail {{CAP|Pilot (Caprica)}}, and such quid pro quo is common in such cases where Ha'la'tha members are involved {{CAP|Reins of a Waterfall}}.


== References ==
== References ==

Latest revision as of 03:28, 20 September 2020

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An unnamed Caprica prosecutor[1] oversees the prosecution of a Ha'la'tha member who remains unnamed. At the pre-trial hearing[2], the defense's attorney, Joseph Adama, is able to get his defendant to plead guilty and the judge sets bail at 10,000 cubits over her objections. She argues that the defendant is a known member of the crime syndicate, and that he is a flight risk that could return to Tauron and away from the hands of the Caprican legal system.

Despite being correct on this, she is unaware that the judge has been bribed 20,000 cubits for setting bail (CAP: "Pilot"), and such quid pro quo is common in such cases where Ha'la'tha members are involved (CAP: "Reins of a Waterfall").

References

  1. This is a Battlestar Wiki descriptive term.
  2. The trial occurs after the Maglev 23 bombing.