Romans- Crime, Punishment, Law Enforcement

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  • Romans
    • Law enforcement
      • Victim take suspect to Centurion
      • Small= officials in local courts
      • Legions dealt with riots and disorder
      • Very Serious= Roman Govern
      • Victims gather evidence for the centurion, then the court
    • Crime
      • Personal
        • Murder
        • Street Violence
      • Authority
        • Plotting against the Emperor
        • Not conforming to state religion
      • Property
        • Burgulary
        • Petty Theft
        • Selling underweight goods
    • Punishment
      • People punished on rank in society
      • Execution
        • Lions
        • Crucifixition
      • Exile
      • Flogging
      • Cutting off limbs
      • Forced Gladiator
    • Society
      • Hierarchal, Patriarchal, Unequal
      • Wealthy at top
      • Poverty led to crime

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