A Murder in Oikon
Oikon’s citizens and officials tout it’s legal system as uniquely civilized and civilizing, the law itself can be fairly complex, but it’s authority goes unquestioned.
much of the day-to-day administration of the law is done by chancellors who do their best to keep it running smoothly. Law enforcement is the duty of Magistrates who investigate crimes and apply punishments. Legal disputes, when they arise, are dealt with by judges whose word can only be appealed to the Grand Marshal himself.