The Monarch reigns and the Cabinet governs. Governments are powerful institutions, elected by the House of Lords. Not only do they set a nation’s policies and taxes, not only do they command the Army and Navy and conduct diplomacy, they also make and enforce the law.
If citizens of a nation have disputes they can have the High Court rule on it. If citizens of the nation are accused of committing a crime they can be prosecuted through the High Court. The High Court of Justice, presided over by the Lord Chief Justice, can make rulings such as fines, confiscations, dismissals, bans and the most severe punishment, banishment from the nation.
Citizens, companies or the government can make a charge at the High Court in the Capital. Opposing parties will get the opportunity to be heard in trial and the Lord Chief Justice will then rule on the case. The Prime-Minister has to confirm the ruling to make it final. Only a pardon from the Monarch can then undo the judgement, which will be very rare.
A nation has fundamental laws that are registered in law books. Lord Chief Justices can develop the national laws further by adding clarifications and new laws, which need to be ratified by the Cabinet. The Lord Chief Justice is free in how to rule, but to not rule in accordance with the law will make the government unreliable, which will damage its reputation and increase the likelihood that the Monarch will intervene and dismiss the government and pardon it’s victims.
To pursue a career in Law a gamer needs to pass law exams. A gamer can then apply to the High Court of Justice to become a Barrister. A Barrister can represent and advice claimants and defendants during a trial. A gamer can also be appointed as a Commissioner. The Commissioners have many different duties, but one of their duties is to act as a prosecutor. The highest law office in the nation is that of Lord Chief Justice. A Lord Chief Justice is appointed by the Prime-Minister, and besides proposing new laws and presiding over the High Court of Justice, it is the only person in a nation that can make the rulings in a trial.