6. Downer, Leges, c. 12.3; R.R. Darlington & P. McGurk (ed.), The Chronicle of John of Worcester, 3 vols. (Oxford: 1995-1998), iii, 112.
7. Downer, Leges, c. 93.1-36.
8. Downer, Leges, c. 5.28b, 70.12b, 90.11-11a.
9. Downer, Leges, c. 13.3, 13.6-7.
10. Hudson, The Formation of the English Common Law, 56; Donahue, 'The Emergence of the Crime-Tort Distinction', 220-02.
11. N. Vincent (ed.), Assize of Clarendon, Early English Laws project: http://www.earlyenglishlaws.ac.uk/laws/texts/ass-clar/view/#edition,/apparatus, c. 1 (Accessed 15.12.2013).
12. N. Vincent (ed.), Assize of Northampton, Early English Laws project:
17. For a discussion of some of the punishments in the early 12th century, see J. Hudson (ed.) The Oxford History of the Laws of England, volume II: 871-1216 (Oxford: 2012), 399-415.
18. Assize of Northampton, c. 1.
19. S. Stewart, 'Outlawry as an Instrument of Justice in the Thirteenth Century', in J.C. Appleby & P. Dalton (eds.), Outlaws in Medieval and Early Modern England: Crime, Government and Society c. 1066-c. 1600 (Farnham: 2009), 39.