ANGLO SAXONS AND NORMANS

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Law enforcement anglo saxons - DATE
410-1066
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Types of law enforcement - ANGLO SAXONS
Tithings
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Types of law enforcement - ANGLO SAXONS
Hue and cry
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Types of law enforcement - ANGLO SAXONS
Trial by jury
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Types of law enforcement - ANGLO SAXONS
Taking oaths
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Types of law enforcement - ANGLO SAXONS
Trial by ordeal
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Types of law enforcement - ANGLO SAXONS
Wergild - money paid to victims
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Law enforcement normans - DATE
1066-1348
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Types of law enforcement - NORMANS - CHANGE
Murdrum fine
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Types of law enforcement - NORMANS- CHANGE
Forest Laws
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Types of law enforcement - NORMANS- CHANGE
Women had no rights
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Types of law enforcement - NORMANS- CHANGE
Church courts
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Types of law enforcement - NORMANS- CHANGE
Trial by combat added to continuity of trial by ordeal
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Types of law enforcement - NORMANS-CONTINUITY
Tithings
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Types of law enforcement - NORMANS-CONTINUITY
Hue and cry
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Types of law enforcement - NORMANS-CONTINUITY
Capital punishment
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Types of law enforcement - LATER MIDDLE AGES - CHANGE
Government employed people to deal with crime
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Types of law enforcement - LATER MIDDLE AGES - CHANGE
Coroners introduced
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Types of law enforcement - LATER MIDDLE AGES - CHANGE
Justice of peace ( sat in on minor crimes etc)
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Types of law enforcement - LATER MIDDLE AGES - CHANGE - new laws
Crimes of heresy
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Types of law enforcement - LATER MIDDLE AGES - CHANGE - New crimes
High treason
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Types of law enforcement - LATER MIDDLE AGES - CHANGE - New laws
Statute of labourers - wages were capped
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Types of law enforcement - LATER MIDDLE AGES - CONTINUITY
Towns still expected to catch criminals
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Types of law enforcement - LATER MIDDLE AGES - CONTINUITY
Tythingmen from anglo Saxon era renamed constables
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Early Middle Ages -DATE
1500-1700
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Early Middle Ages - CONTINUITY
Fines
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Early Middle Ages - CONTINUITY
Stocks
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Early Middle Ages - CONTINUITY
Hanging
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Early Middle Ages - CHANGE
The Bloody Code - number of crimes punishable by death rose
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The Bloody Code - DATE
1688-1825
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Early Middle Ages - CHANGE
Transportation
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Tithings

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Types of law enforcement - ANGLO SAXONS

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Hue and cry

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Trial by jury

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Taking oaths

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