Any Mandalorian who does not adhere to these actions may be punished by loss of command or sentenced to pay tribute to its clan and Mandalore. Final punishment includes considered as dar’manda, or ignorant of their heritage. As such, they are anathema to other Mandalorians and do not deserve to be called Mando’ade and expelled.
When a Mandalorian is accused of breaking the Mandalorian laws and its code of honor he or she will have to stand trial for the accused charges. The court procedure is as follow.
- All charges are presented.
- Accused announces guilty/not guilty. If announcing guilty the judges will immediately decide any punishment. Max 1 week after charges been presented.
- If claiming not guilty the accused gets a change to argue for his or her case and present any evidence supporting the claims. If any evidence are discovered as false or manipulated the verdict will per default immediately be guilty. Timeframe: Max 1 week.
- Judges discuss amongst themselves which verdict and if applicable punishment shall be issued. Timeframe: Max 1 week.
- Trial procedure(all posts/reasoning) will be made officially unless classified by the Mand´alor.
For crimes considered as minor or medium the board of judges (3 in total, all Mandalorian members) will be appointed by the Mandalorian council. If the crimes are considered as major the three judges will be members of the Mandalorian council.
The Mand’alor, or Warrior Eminence in basic, has the right to make exceptions and changes to the above listed laws and regulations without any prior notification. Per Mandalorian Constitution the Warrior Eminence and the Triad has the ultimate right to order the arrest and/or execution of non-mandalorians without a formal trial.