Roman Judicial System:
The Roman Judicial Branch consisted of six judges
who were elected every two years. Their job was to decide on punishments
for criminals who have been caught in mischeif acts. Not much is known about
the Judicial Branch because all that we can really assume is that it is very
similar to that of ours today. What we do know is that the laws of the Romans
are known as the Twelve Tables.
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