Crime And Punishment: Medieval England

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Corporal Punishment
a punishment that involves bodily harm
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Hue and Cry
When one person raised the cry by shouting everyone who heard had to chase after the criminal and bring them to justice
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King's Peace
The Idea that the King should be the one to make sure law and order is enforced so that everyone else can go about their lives.
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Tithings
A group of ten men who were required to bring each other to justice if they committed a crime
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Capital Punishment
Death Penalty
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Trial by ordeal
The suspet had to go through a painful ordeal. Depending on the outcome they were decided innocent or guilty
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Trial By Jury
The accused would be judged by a court of men who knew them. They would then decide if on the evidence whether they were guilty or not
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Card 2

Front

When one person raised the cry by shouting everyone who heard had to chase after the criminal and bring them to justice

Back

Hue and Cry

Card 3

Front

The Idea that the King should be the one to make sure law and order is enforced so that everyone else can go about their lives.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

A group of ten men who were required to bring each other to justice if they committed a crime

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Death Penalty

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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