Stuffff Essay

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Law 1: If anyone ensnare another, putting a ban upon him, but if he cannot prove it, then he that ensnared him shall be put to death. Anyone that takes someone under their protection to guide them and proves that they are not fit to guide them, then the mentor of the student will be put to death. For example, if a trainer at a fast food place is training a trainee, they must know what they are doing. If they can’t train someone then they shouldn’t be a trainer. They should be fired. This is a good law because it makes things more efficient. Things will work more efficient if you have people around that know what they are doing; opposed to having a lot of clueless people around trying to do work that they aren’t capable of doing. This law could be used to an extent. Yes its true you must know what you are doing, but I don’t think death is a reasonable punishment for all situations. It brings me back to the trainer and the trainee. If the trainer doesn’t know how to train, he or she should just simply get fired not put to death Law 8: If anyone steals cattle or sheep, or an ass, or a pig, or a goat, if it belongs to a god or to the court, the thief shall pay thirty-fold; therefore, if they belonged to a freed man of the king, he shall pay tenfold; if the thief has nothing with which to pay, he shall be put to death. If anyone steals cattle of any sort from a high power, they must pay thirty-fold. If they steal from a citizen then they must pay tenfold. If the thief has no money to pay his debt, then the punishment will be death. For instance, if a man steals from the president, he is likely to go to prison and has a larger price to pay rather than having to have jail time and a ticket to pay if he had just stolen from a normal citizen. This is a bad law. To me stealing is stealing and should be punished the same way. All types of theft should have the same

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