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trial Trial by ordeal was a practice where the accused was subjected to painful or dangerous experiences in order to see if God would intervene and save the innocent with a miracle.
ordeal Trial by ordeal was a practice where the accused was subjected to painful or dangerous experiences in order to see if God would intervene and save the innocent with a miracle.
posse The posse comiatius assisted in keeping public order.
comiatius The posse comiatius assisted in keeping public order.
benefit Benefit of the clergy exempted members of the clergy from the jurisdiction of civil courts.
clergy Benefit of the clergy exempted members of the clergy from the jurisdiction of civil courts.
bloody The Bloody Code aimed to tackle crime in the eighteenth century and made over 200 crimes capital offences.
code The Bloody Code aimed to tackle crime in the eighteenth century and made over 200 crimes capital offences.
Forest The Forest Laws claimed that common land was now controlled by King William I.
Laws The Forest Laws claimed that common land was now controlled by King William I.
highway A robbery committed on a public road was called a highway robbery.
robbery A robbery committed on a public road was called a highway robbery.
sanctuary A sanctuary is a safe place. Often churches offered sanctuary to people who were accused of crimes.
transportation Transportation was the act of sending criminals overseas as punishment.
silent Under the Silent System, Victorian prisoners were kept in silence so that they had to face what they had done.
system Under the Silent System, Victorian prisoners were kept in silence so that they had to face what they had done.
humanitarian If something is described as humanitarian, it means it supports human rights.

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