Magna Carta Analysis by Giovanni caldera period 3 (RULE OF LAW (Powers and…
Magna Carta Analysis by Giovanni caldera period 3
COMMITMENT TO "DUE PROCESS OF LAW"
Established procedures; no trial without evidence/testimony to support accusations; reliance on local courts and magistrates; trials held in a timely manner; trials open to the public; trial by jury of one's peers
chapter 17 the establishment of the permanent court was important because there was finally a place where there could be records that wold be stored and consulted.
36/ the are commition to the people and are telling them that they will not have to pay for the issue of a writ and it shall be given free.
55/ they are commiting to the unjustice fines that were but in your name and removing them.
63/they are giving you the church for free so they are trying to help you
FAIRNESS OF THE LAWS AND THEIR EXECUTION
"Reasonable" rules and regulations; equal justice under the law; recognition of customs, traditions, and established rights; restoration of property and fines if not justly taken; punishment in proportion to the crime.
chapter 18 i put chapter 18 here because it is stating that there is a proper court for someone there so it is fairness and they don't just put them all together.
45/ because they are saying that they won't let the law go out to other people that can mess you up.
RESPECT FOR ECONOMIC RIGHTS
Right to property; fairness in economic transactions--standard weights and measures; reimbursement for and/or restoration of property; freedom for merchants to move in order to conduct business
chapter 19/ chapter 19 talks about how the administration of justice is trying to hear everything that the freeholders are saying even if it is overflowed.
38/ it is telling me that no official should but someone on a trial if the don't have claims that it was him so they are giving the respect to the economy
39/ it is respect for the econimic because it is talking about how they can hep the econimy and not be messed up.
40/ it i saying that they won't sell the person so the family isn't sad or so and they wont deny the rights.
RULE OF LAW
Powers and privileges of the king are clearly defined and limited; charter provides for enforcement of restrictions placed on the king.
32/ it talks about that you should have the rights to be free but if your rich they over charge you and if you are poor the say you cant afford it.
20/ if a man is fined by something small they shouldn't e as punished as if it is a big deal.
21/ earls and barons shall only be punished by there equal and in the proportion to the gravity.
24/no one but the royal officials can only hold lawsuits.
60/ tey are stating that all the things they provide shall be respected.