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what did emperor justinian do
organised laws into one simple system eg innocent until proved guilty
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what were common crimes
selling underweight bread, arson, urder, muging, theft, rebellion against the emperor
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how were criminals caught
the public had to catch the criminal themselves
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what did the provincial governor deal with
serious and important cases
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what did the magistrates deal with
minor cases in local courts
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what did your punishment depend on
the crime committed and your status in society
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why were slaves and soldeirs punished harshly
because they had a low status in society
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how were minor crimes punished
by flogging, beating, whipping, fines
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how were major crimes punished
by amputation
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how were serious crimes punished
by execution or exile
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what was the punishment for treason
crucifixion or made to fight in the colusseum as a gladiator
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in what situation would an ordinary citizen be put to death for
arson, attacking the emperor, robbing temples or stealing from a farm
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how were ordinary citizens punished for minor crimes
whipping, repaying the costs of goods
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