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Romeo and Juliet

What new law does the Prince make in romeo and Juliet?

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The Prince decrees that if a Montague or Capulet break the peace again they will be sentenced to death.

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The law enforcement is the Prince and the prince's assistants in helping with the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues.


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Not all states have a Romeo and Juliet law and those who have are all different so no answer is possible unless you name the state this is about.



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Tybalt's life was already forfeit as he had been fighting in the streets. Romeo only carried out the sentence the law demanded. The Prince took this in mitigation of the sentence the law would otherwise impose on Romeo.


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Because the guy the surviving killer killed was a killer himself, and by law was to be put to death for it. The killer only completed what the law had prescribed. But because it was vigilante justice, he was banished.


Although Romeo's killing of Tybalt in a street brawl would normally make his life forfeit, the fact that Tybalt himself had forfeited his life by killing Mercutio in a street brawl, and that Romeo was therefore only carrying out the sentence of the law, was taken in mitigation of his sentence, which was reduced from the death penalty to banishment.


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Romeo has broken the law by fighting in the streets, and the penalty for that is death. However, the Prince commutes his sentence to banishment in view of the fact that Tybalt had himself incurred the death penalty before Romeo got involved.


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Tybalt was breaking the law by fighting with Mercutio and should have been sentenced to death for doing so. Romeo was only carrying out the presumed sentence of the law by killing Tybalt which mitigated the sentence pronounced on Romeo.


Tybalt comes looking for a fight with Romeo, but Romeo won't fight him. Mercutio then gets into a fight with Tybalt, which Romeo and Benvolio try to prevent, and Mercutio is killed. Mercutio blames Romeo for his death, and Romeo as a consequence fights and kills Tybalt before realizing that he has broken the law. He runs off as the Prince arrives to conduct a trial. Romeo is found guilty of street fighting but his sentence is commuted from death to banishment.



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