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Why did the "Bloody Code" come into such force in the 18th century, and then was largely abolished in the early part of the 19th century?
The law is that thou shalt return from hence, to the place where thou camest, and from thence to the place of execution, where thou shalt hang by the neck till the body be dead, dead, dead and the Lord have mercy upon thy soul.
The eighteenth century is notorious for the creation of the Bloody Code (1618-1815) of capital laws in the English criminal legal system. The administration of justice and the importance of punishment to the maintenance of ruling class power in an urbanising and industrialising society led to this brutal code which imposed the death penalty for often trivial offen…
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- Why did the "Bloody Code" come into such force in the 18th century, and then was largely abolished in the early part of the 19th century?
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