They also have to pay court fees too, which also can be a stupendous price. When thieves break into cars or houses they instantly cause the victim to have more problems. Such as dealing with their insurance company and they can be a big hassle sometimes. Also the price of the victim’s insurance policy will most likely increase. This means that the victims will have less money than he or she usually would.
Plans of starting a rebellion and spying were a few common crimes committed by the noble back in those days. (Elizabethan crime and punishment) Another common crime done by the rich included blasphemy; the act or offense concerning god or sacred things. Crimes were committed by the commoners; the poor, out of desperation and lack of resources they needed to survive. (Elizabethan crime and punishment) Some of the most common crimes committed by the commoners were theft, and begging. Adultery; to have a sexual intercourse with someone who is not your husband or wife was a common crime done by commoners.
“The Outsiders” and “Saints and Roughnecks” commonly point towards one issue i.e. future of individuals is decided by the way they are treated by the materialistic society which tends to favor the rich and suppress the poor to the extent that the latter are pushed into social exclusion. The society in which we live today tends to be principally divided into two types of people—the rich and the poor. People belonging to both of these classes can be criminals, but it appears as though the poor are always the ones committing delinquent acts. The poor get noticed for their crimes because their region is specific and a scarcity of resources which causes them to be less smart in hiding their crimes unlike the rich.
The Code of Hammurabi had several violations that warranted the death penalty. In our society today, these offenses seem minor and not deserving of such an extreme punishment. For example, if a person stole anything and did not pay for it or return the stolen merchandise, they would be put to death. Also, if a person built a house, and it collapsed and killed the owner who moved in, the builder would be put to death. The Law of Moses would put people to death for sins such as smiting or cursing their mother or father, and stealing a slave.
Moreover, there still remains the stereotype that women cannot escape the abusive relationship because of financial fears and family obligations. While this only shows half of the picture, it does not show the whole image of the problem. Some people argue that domestic violence is not a gender problem, but a humanity one. However, as we see in everyday life, domestic violence as shown on television concentrates on the female victim and the public’s hate is directed at the perpetrator who is the male. This public view on domestic violence is influenced by the media.
· 229. If a builder has built a house for a man, and has not made his work sound, and the house he built has fallen, and caused the death of its owner, that builder shall be put to death. · · 129. If a man's wife be caught lying with another, they shall be strangled and cast into the water. If the wife's husband would save his wife, the king can save his servant.
Law Examples * Law 3: If a man has borne false witness in a trial, or has not establish the statement that’s he has made, if that case be a capital trial, that man shall be put to death * Law 6 If a man stole goods from a temple or house, he shall put to death; and he that has received the stolen property form him shall be put to death * Law 8 If a patrician has stolen ox, sheep, ass, pig, or ship, whether from a temple or a house, he shall pay thirtyfold. If he be a plebeian, he shall return tenfold. If the thief cannot pay, he shall be put to
The society preaches freedom however value uniformity more. Conformity and suppression destroyed the sense of trust between villagers causing greed and leading them to blame each other. People would exploit others in order to save themselves leading to an endless cycle of lies and mistrust. Tragedy first started with false accusations thus the suppression of the girls therefore their act of rebellion, through expressing themselves in less desirable ways. Miller creates conflict with maximum affect by not only using one or two women in the close-knit village but most of them including the young
Based on Entry Denied, “Communities often focus on preserving cultural tradition through controlling the gender and sexual behavior of the women. At the same time, outsiders judge immigrants through stereotypes about the sexuality of the community’s women. Thus, immigrant women find themselves caught between the racism of the dominant society and the sexist expectation of their own community”. This is true for many immigrant communities such as the Arab-Americans. For instance, even though many of the Arab American women are required to cover themselves, almost all of them cover their bodies because they choose and not because they are forced to.
But male partners are not always the one’s cheating on their female partners. Although the females are always considered the victims, they can also be the one’s abusing their male partners. But if the females are the ones abusing the males, it is not usually physical abuse but psychological abuse. They cheat on the male partners which affects the male mentally, they start taking alcohol and other drugs in order to feel better. Some men even go as far as to commit suicide, which shouldn’t happen.