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knightsbff posted 3/17/2014 17:32 PM

DD15 and I are desperately seeking a book reference for "criminal justice in the Elizabethan period".

Teacher assigned it today, due tomorrow. Help!

5454real posted 3/17/2014 17:40 PM

Try

www.william-shakespeare.info/elizabethan-crime-punishment.htm‎

or


www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-crime-and-punishment....‎


tryingagain74 posted 3/17/2014 17:46 PM

Are you looking for nonfiction, or are you looking for a reference to how criminal justice was handled during that time period in any type of literature?

If you can use fiction, The Merchant of Venice might be an idea. Otherwise, check 5454's links and then just google it if those don't help.

knightsbff posted 3/17/2014 17:54 PM

Just any book reference that shows how criminal justice was handled in the Elizabethan era.

I suggested The Merchant of Venice to DD and she is saying she would prefer non-fiction. Looking at 545's web sites now.

Nature_Girl posted 3/17/2014 18:53 PM

Hmmmmm....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZegQYgygdw

FaithFool posted 3/17/2014 19:07 PM

Found this on Google Scholar. It's a full PDF.

http://books.google.ca/books?hl=en&lr=&id=WGuPAgAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=crime+and+punishment+elizabethan&ots=Hzvd3VhO1m&sig=1R6Qo8cxfn6gpSSfDnTGA0tqbME#v=onepage&q=crime%20and%20punishment%20elizabethan&f=false

Looks pretty interesting.

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