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An official case begins when someone sends a complaint to one of the arbitration committee members. The committee may choose to hear the case themselves or they may give the case to a server administrator or the lead network administrator, whichever is the most appropriate. The administrator can then handle the case independently of the committee, with full discretion, but the arbitration committee may at any time choose to take over the case again.
 
An official case begins when someone sends a complaint to one of the arbitration committee members. The committee may choose to hear the case themselves or they may give the case to a server administrator or the lead network administrator, whichever is the most appropriate. The administrator can then handle the case independently of the committee, with full discretion, but the arbitration committee may at any time choose to take over the case again.
  
If the arbitration committee choses to hear a case, the users involved will be asked to join the official arbitration channel one-by-one with the committee members, giving each of them an opportunity to explain their point-of-view. Any evidence or testimonies given to a committee member is subject to perjury, which is enforced with the discretion of the arbitration committee with maximum penalty of a ban of 21 days and automatic loss of any network authority. All users testifying must be reminded of this before the testifying begins.
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If the arbitration committee choses to hear a case, the users involved will be asked to join the official arbitration channel one-by-one with the committee members, giving each of them an opportunity to explain their point-of-view. Any evidence or testimonies given to a committee member is subject to perjury, which is enforced by discretion of arbitration committee with maximum penalty of a ban of 21 days and automatic loss of any network authority. All users testifying must be reminded of this before the testifying begins.
  
 
By default, any evidence, testimonies, and official contact with committee members, except for deliberations, will be made publicly available. In the event that any material needs to be submitted privately to the committee, the committee may choose to accept it as private with a majority. Once the material is accepted, the committee may not reveal the information without the consent of the submitter. Private material cannot be used as evidence.
 
By default, any evidence, testimonies, and official contact with committee members, except for deliberations, will be made publicly available. In the event that any material needs to be submitted privately to the committee, the committee may choose to accept it as private with a majority. Once the material is accepted, the committee may not reveal the information without the consent of the submitter. Private material cannot be used as evidence.

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