Album iudicum (Nova Roma)

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Album iudicum

The list of Nova Roman assidui citizens able to judge a case as a iudex are determined by article VII of the lex Salvia iudiciaria. Any citizen who qualifies and whose name is not included in the Album should contact the Praetores.

The number of iudicies is dependant on the make up the tribunalis for the different courts and is decided by the praetor according to the following guidelines:

A. The tribunalis shall be composed of ten (10) iudices whenever the intentio includes accusations of laesa patria (seriously threatening the well-being of the Republic), bribery, embezzlement of public funds, prevarication, electoral fraud, attacks to dignitas, slander or libel, or whenever the sententia might imply the loss of citizenship for one of the parties.
B. In all other occasions, when not defined by lex Lucilia iudiciaria, a tribunal shall be composed of a single iudex when serving as a court of first instance, and between two to five iudices (number decided by the praetor) when serving as an appellate court. The same iudex cannot serve in both the court of first instance and court of appeal in the same case.

Decemviri stlitibus iudicandis

Current Decemviri stlitibus iudicandis of C. Cethego Q. Arrio (IV) cos. MMDCCLXXVI a.u.c.:
-Nil currently elected-

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Senators of Nova Roma

Senators may be selected for a tribunal and serve as a iudex in certain cases.

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Equestrians of Nova Roma

All forms of equestrians (public and private knights, as well as tribuni aerarii equestres, may be selected for a tribunal and serve as a iudex in certain cases.

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