the judicial system of the salem witch trials

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February 2, 2014

 

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Witchcraft had been made a capital crime following the town’s establishment, which meant that the courts would press the alleged witches. Soon after, more girls began having episodes, which also meant that more were being accused, imprisoned, and killed. As the Trials moved on, more respected citizens were being punished, suspicions began to develop, and it was decided by the Boston pressure Governor Phips to no longer recognize spectral evidence, release those who were currently imprisoned, and end the Trials...
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As the Trials moved on, more respected citizens were being punished, suspicions began to develop, and it was decided by the Boston pressure Governor Phips to no longer recognize spectral evidence, release those who were currently imprisoned, and end the Trials. The judicial system used during the Trials was rather simple and made up of five basic steps...
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