Jeanne's Trial The inspiration behind this statement piece Jeanne of Arc was captured by the English-allied Burgundians during the siege of Compiègne in 1430. She was then put on trial by a pro-English church court overseen by English commanders at Rouen, Normandy in 1431. Humans may make judgemental mistakes by their context, their education or simply by naturally implementing the scientific method. Although, some people believe in a greater power that forces natural organization and justice. Some call these forces God or Allah while others call it Karma, Mother Nature, or simply Physics explained as frequencies. Thus, this set of bracelets named after the French word Jugement, represents a human and subjective judgement, but also the belief or faith some people have in a natural greater justice.