History - Crime and Punishment

What were the different time periods and when were they?
Middle Ages (1000s-1500s), Early Modern (1500s-1750), Industrial Age (1750-1900), Modern History (1900-Present Day)
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Who was the first king to write laws for crime?
King Alfred, most crimes were minor but some were serious.
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When did William of Normandy conquer England and how did he protect the Normans?
He conquered England in 1066 and if a Norman was murdered people would have to pay the murdrum.
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What law did William make to protect forests?
The Forest Laws
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What was the Hue and Cry?
Everyone in
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Who was the first king to write laws for crime?

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King Alfred, most crimes were minor but some were serious.

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When did William of Normandy conquer England and how did he protect the Normans?

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What law did William make to protect forests?

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What was the Hue and Cry?

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