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Crime ?

A forbidden act that breaks the law and will result in punishment

Bad bad times

Purpose of crimes

Reparation


Equality


Prevention


Reform


Retribution


Deterrence

List why... le fancy words

King

Most important


Controls country


Defending country


Ensuring law is followed

Lols he's king what does he do

Church

Important place


Has it's own court


Help people get to heaven

What was the churches role

Nobles

Provided king with military services and knights


Main supporters of king

Loyal to king


Gives him...

Peasants

Look out for one another


Ensure village is a lawful place


Work on land of local Lord and their own

"We're all on this together"

Anglo Saxon Justice system

Harsh and even fatal punishments e.g decapitation or removal of limbs

Violent as ever

Trail by jury

Locals tried the accused (also knew the accused )

Could be and mainly was completely bias

3 ordeals

Fire


Water


Combat

Earth, Wind and Fff-

Laws (Anglo Saxon)

Allow victims compensation


Punishments

Catching criminals

No police force


Hue and cry

Thief!!!!!!

Tithing

Males over 12 join , group of 10 responsible for one another's behaviour

Us-man

Trial by ordeal

Hot iron


Hot water


Blessed bread


Cold water

There's 4

Trial by jury

Locals coming to decide the against and testify for victim/accused


-May be bias , knew the accused

I know a guy...

Trial by hot iron

Holding a hot iron in your hand, walking 3/more paces bandaging it. If it heals quickly your innocent



Hands weren't likely to get rest and this doesnt tie them to the crime

Healing ability

Trial by hot water

Put your hand in boiling hot water to retrieve object


Healing can't indicate innocence

Boiling water and me hand

Trial by blessed bread

Priest prays over bread , choke and you guilty


Might be poor and scoff dine bread again no correlation to the

Where does it even say that in the bible 🙄

Trial cold water

Rope tied around waist lowered into water. If you go behind line of 'pure water' your innocent



Naturally you'll float though...

Holy water

Wergild

Compensation paid to the family's/the victim of crime

Mani Mani Mani~

How much wergild?

Noble 300 shilling


Freeman 100 shilling



Shilling

Role of local community

Very important in keeping law in practise


Tight knit community


Responsible for the hue and cry


Tithing


Harsh punishments

What's is there job