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  1. David, I’m enjoying this series on British/English constitutional law. Since I’m still only up to the Elizabethan age podcasts in the regular feed, I may wait on listening to concluding shedcast in this series until I get up to your episodes on the 17th Century. In the meantime, Sh36b left me with an arcane question. Regarding those accused who refused to enter any plea and thus died under the weight of pressed stones, does the record show whether the Crown in fact kept its side of the “bargain”: i.e., not confiscating the property of the accused because he or she had not been convicted at trial, thus allowing the family to keep the property? Regards, Jerry

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