ROMAN CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

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  • The Romans(Crime and punishment)
    • Crimes
      • refusing to worship
        • execution in collasium
      • Patricide
        • executed by sack of snakes
        • Killing of a father
      • attacking the emporer
        • execution
      • rebelling
        • Sparticus
        • execution
    • Trials and Jurys
      • hue and cry
      • innocent until proven guilty
      • had right to give evidence
      • only citizens could go to court
      • twelve tables(450bc)
      • Digest of roman laws(533AD)
    • Policing
      • Vigiles
        • Put out fires
        • Patrolled streets at night
        • Had the right to arrest
      • Urban Coharts
        • Stop riots
        • didn't patrol the streets
      • Puturian Guards
        • Protect emporer
        • In emergency
    • Tithing
      • group of 10 men
      • responsible for each other
      • if one commited a crime they bring him to justice or pay fine

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