Friar Lawrence, although a holy man, is not devoid of guilt, but rather is bursting with it, however due to confessions given to me at the scene of the deaths Friar Lawrence’s penalty shall not be as hefty as it might have been. The Friar, by no action of mine, admitted to what he had done, urging the lovers, even against the will of their parents. Marrying them in secret, so as to not have the sin of what they could do fall upon his shoulders. Then concocting a plan to steal Juliet away so that she would not be married to Paris, and bamboozling everyone into thinking she was dead. The death of Juliet caused...
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...not whole and no death rites will be given to them, their souls shall not rise to heaven but rather forever be trapped in their dead and decaying bodies, nearest to their worst enemy.
So in closing, Friar Lawrence shall be punished, Juliet’s Nurse shall be pardoned, Balthasar shall be pardoned, Capulet shall be punished, and Montague shall be punished. Those that had to most involvement with the deaths of Romeo, Juliet, and Paris shall be punished according to the severity of their crimes. Friar Lawrence shall be subjected to a probationary period totally two years and two days. Capulet shall be drawn and quartered. Montague shall be drawn and quartered. And the parts of both Capulet and Montague shall be spread across the streets of Verona in pairs so as to remind all families in the city the penalty for the types of actions taken by both Capulet and Montague.
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