crime and punishment- Middle ages

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  • Created on: 30-05-19 11:06
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  • Medieval England
    • Punishment
      • stocks and pillaries
      • capital punishment
        • beheading
        • hanging
      • corporal punishments
        • maiming
        • flogging
      • fines
      • Wergild
        • paying fines to family when you murdered someone
    • Crimes
      • New crimes
        • The Forest Laws
          • Made it illegal to hunt in certain areas without a license
        • Murdrum fine
      • crimes against authority
        • Treason
        • Rebellion
      • Crimes against property
        • Arson
        • Theft/poaching
        • counterfeiting coins
      • crimes against the person
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        • Assault
        • Murder
        • Public disorder
    • Law enforcement
      • Tithings
      • Hue and cry
      • parish constables
      • Oaths
      • Trial by ordeal
      • trial by combat
        • fight  to the death
      • built castles
    • Influence of the church
      • sanctuary
      • Benefit of clergy
        • people proved their right to claim benefit of clergy by reading a passage of the bible
      • Trial by ordeal
        • various methods were used but all outcomes were seen as God's will

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