Justinian's Laws vs. Missouri Laws

Justinian's Laws vs. Missouri Laws
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  • Do you agree, verbally, to sharing crops grown?
  • I agree.
  • You have been banished from this kingdom if you return, you will be executed. This banishing is for the murder of Shara the second.
  • Young lady, you better get back here right now! I have the control not you!
  • In Medieval times, there was Justinian’s Code one of his codes was "Verbal agreements are binding. The victim can sue for violation of the agreement."
  • Your verbal agreement to 1 million dollars, will not stand in this Missouri court.
  • This is an example of what would happen in Medieval times if someone killed another, because of Justinian’s Code which was "Murder was punished by banishment, or being forced out of a country."
  • When Justinian's Code was first created, one of the first codes was that, "Parents have ultimate power over their children. No one else has power over their children."
  • Young man you better get back here!
  • This shows how in a Missouri Court that in court "Verbal agreements are not binding for adults rather agreements must be written and signed to be upheld in court."
  • In this comic box you will see a prisoner that has murdered another, in Missouri law it says he, "Murder is punished with a prison sentence or with death."
  • The picture above represents that in Missouri Law, "Parents have power over their children with restrictions. Abuse and neglect is strictly prohibited."
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