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  1. Development of the jury under Henry II

    Duration: 03.40

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    The development of the jury under Henry II and its growing significance.

  2. Habeas Corpus and slavery

    Duration: 05.56

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    The use of habeus corpus as a test case which ended slavery in England.

  3. James Dunn Barr – Victorian young offender

    Duration: 07.16

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    The true story of 14 year old James Dunn Barr, jailed in 1889 for housebreaking.

  4. James Fleming - Victorian young offender

    Duration: 06.41

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    In 1877, James Fleming tried to burn down the Industrial School he had been sent to.

  5. Jane Angus - Victorian young offender

    Duration: 07.22

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    In 1873, 12 year old Jane was caught stealing and sent to prison then reformatory school.

  6. John Lilburne and Habeas Corpus

    Duration: 07.18

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    Habeas Corpus in practice and its use by John Lilburne.

  7. John Smith - Victorian young offender

    Duration: 07.18

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    The true story of 14 year old John Smith, imprisoned in 1876 for 6 months for forgery.

  8. Saxon law - compensation

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    Anglo Saxon compensation for injuries from the Rochester Book.

  9. Saxon law courts

    Duration: 03.19

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    How courts enforced the law through the use of oaths.

  10. Saxon punishments

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    How justice worked in Anglo-Saxon England.

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