Crime and Punishment Quiz

  • Created by: elshooper
  • Created on: 06-01-18 19:34
What year did William I invade England?
1066
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What is a Hundred?
an area of land
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What were the Forest Laws
A law that made hunting in 'Royal Forests' without a license illegal
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What was the Murdrum Fine?
A fine had to be paid for the murder of a Norman
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How was law enforced in Anglo-Saxon England?
The community was responsible for preventing crime and catching criminals
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What continued in Norman law enforcement?
Tithings, the hue and cry and courts
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What is Capital Punishment?
Killing the criminal
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What is Corporal Punishment?
Physically hurting the criminal
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What is deterrence?
Trying to prevent others or the criminal from carrying out crime
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What is Benefit of Clergy?
Church courts tried members of the clergy for all crimes and gave them more lenient punishments
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What is Sanctuary?
Protecting criminals from the law
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What is an example of Trial by Ordeal?
Trial by hot water
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What is heresy?
The crime of having different religious beliefs to the official religion of the country
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What crimes did increase in population lead to?
Crimes against the person - street criminals, petty thieves
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What crimes did the end of feudalism and new faming methods lead to?
Crimes against property - poaching
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What crimes did changed in people's religious beliefs lead to?
Crimes against authority - heresy, high treason
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What is an example of a 'new' crime in modern England?
witchcraft
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Who made witchcraft punishable by death
Henry VIII
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What was the Bloody Code?
An increase in capital punishment
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What was the period of the Bloody Code
1688-1825
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What is a Hundred?

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an area of land

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What were the Forest Laws

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What was the Murdrum Fine?

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How was law enforced in Anglo-Saxon England?

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What are the correct answers because I would like to go back and revise what I got wrong.

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