Law In Order

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0101The Birth Of Negligence20020923

How ancient laws and practices are relevant today. 1: `The Birth of Negligence'. The case of a ferryman who drowned a mare in 1348 laid the ground rules for criminal negligence.

0101The Birth Of Negligence20020923

How ancient laws and practices are relevant today. 1: `The Birth of Negligence'. The case of a ferryman who drowned a mare in 1348 laid the ground rules for criminal negligence.

0102The Pie Powder Court: The First Fast-track Law20020924

How ancient laws and practices are relevant today. 2: `The Pie Powder Court: The First Fast-Track Law'. Deborah Bull asks if the Pie Powder Courts could be revived.

0102The Pie Powder Court: The First Fast-track Law20020924

How ancient laws and practices are relevant today. 2: `The Pie Powder Court: The First Fast-Track Law'. Deborah Bull asks if the Pie Powder Courts could be revived.

0103A Case Of Nationality20020925

Ancient laws and practices that are relevant today.

3: `A Case of Nationality'.

Until a case in 1321, you were only English if you were born in England.

0103A Case Of Nationality20020925

Ancient laws and practices that are relevant today.

3: `A Case of Nationality'.

Until a case in 1321, you were only English if you were born in England.

0104The Cable Street Legacy20020926

Ancient laws and practices that are relevant today. 4: `The Cable Street Legacy'. The Cable Street Riot of 1932 put an end to the Riot Act.

0104The Cable Street Legacy20020926

Ancient laws and practices that are relevant today. 4: `The Cable Street Legacy'. The Cable Street Riot of 1932 put an end to the Riot Act.

0105Thornton V Ashford, A Case Of Double Jeopardy20020927

Ancient laws and practices that are relevant today. 5: `Thornton v Ashford, a Case of Double Jeopardy'. In 1817 a man was taken to court twice for the same murder.

0105Thornton V Ashford, A Case Of Double Jeopardy20020927

Ancient laws and practices that are relevant today. 5: `Thornton v Ashford, a Case of Double Jeopardy'. In 1817 a man was taken to court twice for the same murder.