Punishing Robbers and Bandits
This chapter focuses on the harsh manner by which robbers and bandits were punished without due process. It examines the trial and execution of robbers and bandits outside the formal court system without the normal appeal process and death penalty reviews which were provided for by the criminal code and criminal procedural law.
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