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Old 03.06.2011, 00:48
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Geez, and I thought that the American Legal system was considered to be egregious.

Talk about a worthless expense of the taxpayer's money.
1250CHF Costs paid by the defendant.
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Old 03.06.2011, 01:03
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1250CHF Costs paid by the defendant.
Do you really think that the whole cost of court time, space, etc. was only 1250? I mean, maybe if the whole thing only took a few minutes but if the court spent more than an hour on it I can't see it actually costing that little.

Of course maybe Swiss courts are so experienced at levying fines for minor infractions of random rules that they have unique economies of scale not enjoyed by most other countries.

But seriously, back on topic...

If the defendant was found responsible then most people on this forum who have more than 1000 posts could at some time be considered guilty of "Cyber Bullying."

Usually this is why we have mods.
Maybe that is what is wrong with Facebook, just to mention one thing.
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