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What is treason?

Treason is when you sell out secrets of your own country to another during wartime or even "cold wars."       Treason can also be aiding the enemies of your own countr (MORE)

What is the punishment for treason?

If you commit treason you shall be corrupted from your position in the communtiy. If you shall commit treason you shall be corrupt and convicted from your your occupation. (MORE)

What is the penalty for treason?

In most countries treason is punishable by death.   Technically treason is defined as "a crime against the crown" meaning a member of the royal family. As a lot of countrie (MORE)

What is an example of treason?

The most famous traitor in American history is Benedict Arnold. He was general for the colonial army during the Revolutionary War but had a dispute with the Continental Congre (MORE)

What is the charge for treason?

  The 'charge' for treason IS "treason."   TREASON - A betrayal, treachery, or breach of allegiance. The Constitution of the United States, Art. III, defines treason (MORE)

Who defines treason?

Treason is defined by the ruling body or person of the jurisdiction. It may be the king or queen, it may be the parliament, it may be the president, it may be a senate, it may (MORE)
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What is an example of a treason?

To plot against the monarchy, or the Government, is classed as an  act of treason. 'Lord Haw-Haw' was the nickname of the wartime  traitor William Joyce, who committed an ac (MORE)