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10,170 Contasta Ar
These are relevant references from the Books where Custody is mentioned.
It is not meant to be anything other than the facts of the matter.
Arrive at your own conclusions.
I wish you well,
"No!" she cried, frightened, trying to cover herself. Then she cried out, "Tellius! Barus!"
"Your minions," said the man, "will be of little service. It is understood they are of Cos. They are already in the custody of the magistrates of Ar."
Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page 391
"My dear Ligurious," said Menicius, "your confederate in Corcyrus is now in custody. He has confessed all. I deemed, accordingly, it might be of interest to venture incognito to Argentum. I did so with the papers of a minor envoy, bearing my own signature."
Kajira of Gor Book 19 Page 382
Indeed, in some cities an unveiled free woman is susceptible to being taken into custody by guardsmen, then to be veiled, by force if necessary, and publicly conducted back to her home.
Players of Gor Book 20 Page 125
I danced then to those whose eyes were hardest. Some of them were not even men I had trapped, but only men who knew what I had done. Some may have been as innocent as those I had lured; others might have been murderers and brigands, suitably enchained for the expiation of sentences, their custody having been legally transferred to Ionicus, my master; at the payment of a prisoner's fee, by the writ of a praetor or, in more desperate cases, by the order of a quaestor.
Dancer of Gor Book 22 Page 332
"There were two collars on my neck," she said, "a light, temporary slave collar, identifying me as a slave provisionally in the custody of magistrates, and, over it, a retaining collar, that by means of which I was fastened to the wall."
Magicians of Gor Book 25 Page 309
"She is a pit slut," said the officer. "If she is still here in the morning, see that she is remanded to custody, pending claiming."
"Yes, Captain," said the man.
Witness of Gor Book 26 Page 489
"You are now within the custody of the court of the commercial praetor of Treve," said the officer.
"I understand, your honor," she said.
Witness of Gor Book 26 Page 508
To be sure, the glory, might, and power, so to speak, of these fine ladies does tend to annoy men, who, upon occasion, perhaps, would like to collar the lot of them and put them to slave use. I understand something like this did take place in one of the "High Cities," Tharna, where every woman except the ruler, a Tatrix, is enslaved. Even free women visiting Tharna are to be licensed and put in the custody of a male until they leave the city.
Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page 573