anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement about trial by jury in medieval England is correct? A. Local lords could be convicted by a majority of their serfs. B. Monks sat in judgment over nobles and vassals. C. Verdicts were handed down by the king alone. D. The accused was judged by a group of his social peers. A?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@mr_basketball27 What do you think? i think B.
anonymous
  • anonymous
try B. and see if it is correct

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Ok thanks

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