It came up about that will happen to these records after the lawbook.
These records are sealed so no copying or taking them etc.
ICly they remain with the Council and High Arbiter.
Also remember that this is not to turn into some political "win" thing. I do not want to see any reference like "Well so and so did this and said this on the council so screw them and let's hold this against them" etc.....
ICly The Queen/Royal Council wanted various view points to be reflected in the law book
OOCly The team wanted players to help with this to make sure they thought the punishments were inline and remained fun
Adventurers granted the ability to enforce the law will be judged per a case by case basis, titles and formalities should not be detailed in a lawbook.
The Arbiter of Arabel
//This would be covered by NPC sponsorship, better to have an article noting law-enforces anointed by the Councils or Crown, may enforce the law of petty to serious crimes, but not those of capital offense.
Disciplinary Actions: Large Fine, Public Defenestration of Held Office, or One Tenday of Re-Education.
Fines not to be below 5000 coins, and not above 15 000. Any held offices are to be revoked. Offenders are to submit to Re-Education for no less than One Tenday's worth of labor, as determined by the judging Crown Guards and/or Councils.
Article VII.) The Crown Guards are the law-enforcement of the Kingdom of Arabel's capital, Arabel.
The Crown Guards are granted the power to enforce the law upon the adventuring population of Arabel, as specified in their public publishing "The Crown Guards".