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1000 Years of Criminal Justice in Sussex

Wednesday 4 March, 5.30-6.30pm, £5


In this illustrated talk, archivist Christopher Whittick will explain, with particular reference to Sussex, how criminal justice has changed and developed over the last thousand years. The talk will deal with both crime and punishment, and describe the remarkable consistency of approach over a long period of time. He will also examine some fundamental changes in the system, not least how the balance of responsibility for prosecuting crime has shifted from the individual to the state.
 

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Wednesday 4 March, 5.30-6.30pm, £5


In this illustrated talk, archivist Christopher Whittick will explain, with particular reference to Sussex, how criminal justice has changed and developed over the last thousand years. The talk will deal with both crime and punishment, and describe the remarkable consistency of approach over a long period of time. He will also examine some fundamental changes in the system, not least how the balance of responsibility for prosecuting crime has shifted from the individual to the state.