Trial of Carl Hans Lody
(10) The Court is closed to consider their finding.
(10 and 11) The Court find that the accused
Carl Hans Lody otherwise known as Charles A. Inglis is guilty of all the charges.
(12) The Court being re-opened, the accused is again brought before it.
Evidence of character, &c. Lieut. Col. S.H. Godman, 3rd Bn Scots Guards is duly sworn.
Question by the president. Have you any evidence to produce as to the character and particulars of service of the accused? Answer by the Witness. No.
The above statement [with the schedule of convictions] is read, is marked , signed by the president, and annexed to the proceedings.
Question by the President. Is the accused the person named in the statement which you have heard read? Answer by the Witness.
Question. Have you compared the contents of the above statement with the regimental books? Answer.
Question. Are they true extracts from the regimental books and is the statement of entries in the conduct sheets a fair and true summary of those entries? Answer.
Cross-examined by the Accused.
Do you wish to address the Court? Answer. No.
The Court is closed to consider their sentence.
*To be omitted, except in cases of a plea of Not Guilty having been proceeded with.
The Court sentence the accused, Carl Hans Lody, otherwise known as Charles A. Inglis, to suffer death by being shot.
Sentence. Death By Shooting.
Signed at London this 2nd day of November 1914:
Minute of Confirmation
(Extracted from War Office papers 63/1656)
On submission dated 3rd November, 1914, His Majesty the King was pleased
to confirm the finding and sentence of the Court, and to command that
the sentence be carried into effect.
(signature) F.C. Beaton
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