Problems in the history of the state and law of foreign countries (Option 3 a)

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The first challenge:
In the summer of 216 BC With a Roman citizen with his slave he helped troops invaded Italy, the Carthaginian commander Hannibal, specifying the location of the villa Senator G. where Hannibal's troops were able to find great stocks of food. During the capture of Villa Senaor G. he was captured and stole from the slave A. Villa precious gold statuette in the hope it is, sell and buy back their freedom. Subsequently, it was investigated and searched the house with clarified his betrayal and found figurine hidden slave. On the basis of what article of the Law of XII tables will be judged C. And his servant A.? What is the difference between public and private delicts? (Total 3 tasks).
Answer.
Table VIII Art. 16, states that "if sue for theft in which the thief was caught red-handed, let the court decide the dispute the award of double the value of things." Thus the slave A. had to pay twice the amount of the precious golden statuettes.
In addition, a Roman citizen and his servant With help troops who had invaded Italy to find the location of the forks Senator T, where the latter was captured, so based on the position of the table IX which states that "the law of XII tables commands bring the death penalty one who incites the enemy the Roman people in the attack on the Roman state, or someone who has delivered your enemies the Roman citizen "they are subject to the death penalty.

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