CJS 250 Study Notes

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King Hammurabi created the Code of Hammurabi, which is known best as an eye for an eye in 1750 B.C. The Code additionally summarized a set of laws and policies for all, from matrimony to slavery that gave an example of the probability of every individual.A Greek citizen wrote a code of ruling for Athens, which was called Dracos Law in 621 B.C. Laws such as these were very stern and had numerous penalties, for laws that were broken, for death. This was somewhat the start of state punishment versus punishment by private citizens. In 450 B.C., ten Roman men were given the chance to write laws that would concern the Romans. Law such as these was called the Law of the Twelve Tables. Laws like these have produced countless laws, which presently our society has. The men made the decision of how every crime was reprimanded. The manner in which individuals were cared for and

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