Cases Without Process 38-1. When any person shall come forward and make his offense known to the court, a full statement of the facts shall be recorded and judgment rendered without process. In handling a confession of guilt, it is essential that the person intends to confess and permit the court to render judgment without process. Statements made by him in the presence of the court must not be taken as a basis of a judgment without process except by his consent. In the event a confession is intended, a full statement of the facts should be approved by the accused, and by the court, before the court proceeds to a judgment. The accused has the right of complaint against the judgment. Can someone help me with an interpretation, especially of the underlined/bolded?Also, what if he/she confesses something and yet is unrepentant of it during his/her confession of another sin (they have not turned from it)?