Back in the “witch days” the trials were terrible. I feel as though none of that has changed. First time OUI a year ago…unsupervised probation. Was doing good working , writing , being a mom and I was violated. For something…..never given to me by the person I was renting from. We really are living in a crazy world where progress isn’t acknowledged. Wisdom isn’t exhausted. Forgiveness isnt forgotten.
Second chances dont seem to exsist nowadays whether its Newburyport. Peabody.
The good ones get locked and the fake smiles seem to walk. All related to money someone in the middle class cant afford.
- When an individual filed an official complaint to the court about a suspected witch, a magistrate would issue a warrant for the arrest of the accused person. Before the Court of Oyer and Terminer was appointed, the sitting magistrates of the regular Salem court or village officials presided at the examinations, which functioned as preliminary hearings and decided whether there was enough evidence to hold an accused witch for trial. In the Court of Oyer and Terminer, these magistrates included Jonathan Corwin, John Hathorne, and Bartholomew Gedney, of Salem Towne; and Thomas Danforth of Boston.
See. Nothings Changed .
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