Crimes 1250-1500

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  • 1250-1500 Crimes
    • Felonies (Serious Crimes)
      • severe punishment such as hanging
      • murder and stealing
    • Petty Crimes
      • dice and football - Church didn't like them
      • limited harm to person or property
    • New Types of Crime
  • ***** farming = high homicide rates
    • Arguments worst during harvest
    • people worked very close to each other with heavy tools and no access to medical care
    • Homicide
      • 1250-1500 Crimes
        • Felonies (Serious Crimes)
          • severe punishment such as hanging
          • murder and stealing
        • Petty Crimes
          • dice and football - Church didn't like them
          • limited harm to person or property
        • New Types of Crime
      • Suicide was serious crime because Church  taught that only God should end a life.
      • Sudden deaths had to be reported to a coroner and the case would go to trial.
      • included: justifiable homicide, homicide in self-defence, accidental homicide, suicide and murder.
      • half of homicides were caused by arguments
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