Romeo shall be exiled. If he ever comes back, it will be the end of him.
Liars, all of you! Tybalt was murdered!-
Tybalt or Romeo? (s.2)
Am I supposed to say bad things about my own husband?
Are you going to say good things about the man who killed your cousin?
Romeo kills Tybalt after Tybalt kills Mercutio. Benvolio, wary of punishment, warns him of the crowding citizens.
Kick Rocks ~ Prince @ Romeo (s.3)
He made a gentler decision: Instead of dying, you'll be banished.
Prince states that because Romeo only killed Tybalt because he was the aggressor, Romeo will be exiled instead of executed. The Capulets are angry and don't agree with the decision.
The Wedding must go on! (s.4)
Tell her about my son Paris's love for her. And tell her listen to me, on Wednesday- Wait- What day is it?
Nurse has told Juliet of Tybalt's death. She is shocked when Juliet starts to feel for Romeo, and asks her is she would say good things about the man who killed one of her own, to which Juliet argues that Romeo is her husband still.
Farewell, Romeo. (s.5)
So stay for a while. You don't have to go yet.
Friar Lawrence tells Romeo of his banishment. Romeo believes banishment would be worse than death because he would have to start a new life, one that most likely would fail.
Banishment? Exile is much worse than death. Don't say "banishment."
Capulet, not knowing Juliet is already married, tells Lady Capulet to tell Juliet about Paris' love for her. He realizes that the wedding date might be soon because of the recent "tragedy", but still arrange it for a day later.
Monday! Ha, ha! Well, Wednesday is too soon. Let it be on Thursday. On Thursday, tell her, she'll be married to this noble earl.
Monday, my lord.
Juliet begs Romeo not to leave because she knows it might be the last time they see each other. Romeo says he would do anything for her.
Let me be captured. Let me be put to death. I am content, if that's the way you want it.