Sometimes it is better for justice to be blind. A Swiss court has lifted a fine against a hiker who insisted on encountering nature Au Naturale. The ruling of the court in Appenzell in Northern Switzerland is being hailed as a victory for human rights — and fueled calls for nudist trails (on the model of nudist beaches). The defendant used the pseudonym Puistola Grottenpoesch (one could come up with some better options in English like Bare Necessities or Trail Mix).
What is fascinating is that Puistola Grottenpoesch was represented by another nudist hiker and architect who was also appearing anonymously.
Not only are you allowed to be represented by non-lawyers in Switzerland but those non-lawyers can be anonymous like their clients. It appears that the judge did not claim anonymity.
The anonymous architect proclaimed naked justice establishing “that penal law is not a moral codex.”