Magna Carta Exploration
By: Chris Darkins
1. The English Church will have al their rights and liberties. Also, we have given ourselves and our children the liberties written below.
This part of The Magna Carta ties into our freedom of religion in the present day government.
39. No man shall be imprisoned, or have his rights or possessions taken from him, or exiled, or deprived of his freedom in any other way, nor will we use force, or send others to, expect by the judgment of his peers, or by the law of the land.
This part of The Magna Carta refers to our right to a fair trial that we have in the present day.
40. No one will be denied their rights.
This part of The Magna Carta refer to the fact that we have rights in general.
41. All merchants may come to England unharmed and may travel within England without worrying about illegal exactions in accordance with laws and customs. This does not apply to merchants from countries we are at war with ...
This part of The Magna Carter refers to the fact that businessmen are allowed to travel to another country without impairment as long as they follow their laws and customs.
42. All men may travel to England unharmed except in time of war.
This part of The Magna Carta refers to the fact that everybody has the freedom to travel too another country without fear or harm as long as they follow laws and customs.
60. All customs and liberties shall be observed the same by every man.
This part of the Magna Carta refers to the fact that laws and rights are the same for every man.
63. Everyone has agreed to follow these customs without deceit.
This part of The Magna Carta refers to how people agree to follow our laws and respect other's rights.