- Title Pages
- Chapter One Access to Justice
- Chapter Two Innocent Infants?
- Chapter Three The King’s Forgiveness
- Chapter Four Honor and Punishment in Late Eighteenth-Century Spain
- Chapter Five God’s Forgiveness
- Chapter Six Dangerous Women
- Chapter Seven The Many Shades of Pain and Punishment in the Spanish Atlantic
- Chapter Eight Transition to Independence
- Appendix One Inventory of Sequestered Properties Owned by Prudencio Zurita, Guadalajara, New Spain (Mexico), August, 1815
- Appendix Two: Example of the Wording of Requests In Cases To Be Considered For Good Friday Pardon (<i>Perdon De Viernes Santo</i>) Issued By Madrid’s High Court (<i>Sala De Alcaldes De Casa Y Corte</i>)
- Appendix Three: Criminal Procedure Articles. Cadiz Constitution, March 1812
- Abbreviations Used in Notes and Bibliography
Access to Justice
Access to Justice
Domestic Violence, Laws, and Procedures
- (p.28) Chapter One Access to Justice
- Fatal Love
Victor M. Uribe-Uran
- Stanford University Press
Looks at canon or ecclesiastical and civil laws pertaining to marriage and marriage-related crimes in Spain and those in the colonies, and examines judicial procedures concerning the trial of public crimes. The chapter establishes that access to justice and knowledge of legal procedures was widespread and central to the legitimation of the monarchy.
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