Workshop: Constables, Coroners, and Courts: Fighting Crime in Regency England 02/01/2021 – 02/28/2021

Constables, Coroners, and Courts: Fighting Crime in Regency England

Instructor Name Nancy Mayer
Workshop Start Date 02/01/2021
Workshop End Date 02/28/2021
Workshop Hosted By Regency Fiction Writers – The Beau Monde’s Regency Academe
About the Workshop Constables, Coroners, and Courts:
Fighting Crime in Regency England

Instructor: Nancy Mayer

Active Class Dates: 02/01/21 – 02/28/21

Cost: RFW-TBM Members: $25 USD — Non-Members: $30 USD

Register: https://thebeaumonde.com/classes/

Registration closes on February 5th, 2021

Is the course image heavy:
No, there may be a few images, but they are not essential to the course.

What
happened when one was the victim of a crime? Who was responsible for each stage
of an investigation, what were the procedures of the day, and what were the
different police organizations and jurisdictions? Who would you summon for a
murder, a suicide, or a suspicious death? In which court would you prosecute
crimes, name a guardian, or sue a man for criminal conversion, and what did
court proceedings look like? The course will also include a discussion of the
legal procedures surrounding suicide, corruption of blood, and attainder, and
participant questions are welcome.

Nancy Mayer has been researching the Regency for
decades. She is a long-time member of The Beau Monde, and a recipient of the Lady of the Realm Award.

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