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[[Category:Court cases in Baustralia|J]]
 
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{{Infobox MCB/navy
 
{{Infobox MCB/navy
| case-name = R. v. Timpson
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| case-name = Rex v. Timpson
 
| full-case-name = Rex versus John Timpson, for commiting insubordination
 
| full-case-name = Rex versus John Timpson, for commiting insubordination
 
| ship = HRNRS Baustralia
 
| ship = HRNRS Baustralia
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| LawsApplied = Military Service Crime Act, {{latin|MMXVIII}}
 
| LawsApplied = Military Service Crime Act, {{latin|MMXVIII}}
 
| judge = [[John I]]
 
| judge = [[John I]]
| citations = [2018] R v Timpson
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| citations = [2018] Rex v Timpson
 
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'''R. v. Timpson''', was a court marital decision. The court fined Timpson {{BaustralianRune|B}}3 BAB, or the equivalent $ 1.80 CAD.
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'''R. v. Timpson''', was a court marital decision. The court fined Timpson {{boerc|3}}, or the equivalent $1.80 CAD.
 
== Background ==
 
== Background ==
 
John I lead the ship ashore in Canada as Commander. In Canada, he believed he was no longer under His Majesty's command. Then, when the King told him to protect him, he didn't. This enraged John, charging him with insubordination.
 
John I lead the ship ashore in Canada as Commander. In Canada, he believed he was no longer under His Majesty's command. Then, when the King told him to protect him, he didn't. This enraged John, charging him with insubordination.
  
 
He was court-maritaled that day, and was fined 3 boercs.
 
He was court-maritaled that day, and was fined 3 boercs.

Revision as of 14:08, 6 April 2019

Rex v. Timpson
Badge, or image of HRNRS Baustralia
Ship: HRNRS Baustralia

Hearing: January 7, 2018 (2018-01-07)

Decided: January 14, 2018 (2018-01-14)
Full case nameRex versus John Timpson, for commiting insubordination
Citations[2018] Rex v Timpson
Court Membership
JudgeJohn I
Laws Applied
Military Service Crime Act, MMXVIII

R. v. Timpson, was a court marital decision. The court fined Timpson ᛒ3·00 BUB, or the equivalent $1.80 CAD.

Background

John I lead the ship ashore in Canada as Commander. In Canada, he believed he was no longer under His Majesty's command. Then, when the King told him to protect him, he didn't. This enraged John, charging him with insubordination.

He was court-maritaled that day, and was fined 3 boercs.