Punishments (Medieval)

Fines
Sins, gambling, false trading, thievery
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Public humiliation
Scolding, false trading, sinners
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Imprisonment
Awaiting trial, debtors, forgers, false accusees
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Hanging
Murder, ****, theft of 12d>, burglary, robbery (80% for non violent)
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Hanging, drawing and quartering
High treason, counterfeiting gold or silver coins
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Being burned alive
Petty treason (wife v husband or servant v master), heresy
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Local variations on hanging
Disappeared by 1350, thrown off cliffs (Dover), buried alive (Sandwich), tied to rock in sea (Scilly Isles)
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Retribution
Making criminals suffer so they know that their behaviour was wrong
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Removal
Allowing society to get on with life free from crime
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Rehabilitation
Improving criminals' lives so they avoid crime
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Deterrence
Using fear of the consequences to stop people from committing crimes
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Card 2

Front

Scolding, false trading, sinners

Back

Public humiliation

Card 3

Front

Awaiting trial, debtors, forgers, false accusees

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Murder, ****, theft of 12d>, burglary, robbery (80% for non violent)

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

High treason, counterfeiting gold or silver coins

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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