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An Act of Treachery

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It is a very doubtful question indeed whether under the existing law of treason you could proceed against an alien who has come here suddenly, surreptitiously by air or otherwise, for the purposes of wreaking clandestine destruction or doing other acts against the safety of the realm. During the reign of Henry VIII, however, it was enacted that in the cases of high treason, an idiot could be tried in his absence as if he were perfectly sane.

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They had entered Paris, arrogant, triumphant, condescending, the previous Friday, but we had as yet seen no sign of the Germans. When it is not proved that the principal by induction did not dictate the manner of killing of the victim because the details as to how to carry out the act was left with the killer, treachery cannot be taken into consideration as to the principal by induction. Commoners' sentences were sometimes commuted to beheading—a sentence not formally removed from British law until 1973.noun betrayal, infidelity, treason, duplicity, disloyalty, double-cross (informal), double-dealing, stab in the back, perfidy, faithlessness, perfidiousness He was wounded by the treachery of old friends. Commoners, and now peers and their wives and widows, are entitled to be tried for high treason, and also for lesser crimes, by jury.

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It had also been treason to "violate" the wife of the monarch's eldest son, but the 2013 Act restricted this to cases where the eldest son is also the heir to the throne. This distinction between treasons and felonies ended in 1772, when the court was permitted to enter a plea on a defendant's behalf. In addition to the Acts of 1351 and 1703, two additional Acts passed by the old Parliament of Ireland apply to Northern Ireland alone. Aside from laws relating to counterfeiting and succession, very few acts concerning the definition of high treason were passed. In general, treason law in Scotland remained the same as in England, except that when in England the offence of counterfeiting the Great Seal of the United Kingdom etc.The Act created new kinds of treason however, including denying that the King was the Supreme Head of the Church, and attempting to interrupt the succession to the throne as determined by the Act of Succession 1543.

An Act of Treachery by Ann Widdecombe | Books | The Guardian

Formerly, if an individual stood mute and refused to plead guilty or not guilty for a felony, he would be tortured until he enter a plea; if he died in the course of the torture, his lands would not be seized to the Crown, and his heirs would be allowed to succeed to them. Furthermore, to charge the sovereign with high treason would be inconsistent, as it would constitute accusing him of disloyalty to himself.No person could be prosecuted for an offence under the Act from this date (see section 6 of the Act). This may have been open to abuse, either by avaricious monarchs or by parliament when little (if any) evidence was available to secure a conviction. Her parents are patriots and she is taught to hate the enemy, but two years later she falls in love with a senior and married German officer, defying the anger of her family and friends.

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