They were whipped and beaten.
It would be property of the slave's owner.
Fugitive Slave Law
The slavery law in 1850 was the Fugitive Slave Act.
The Compromise of 1850
the slave code was a law saying if a slave owner was to killed one of his slaves he would not be punished.
Verbal warninga written warninga ticketarrestedfinedconvictedprobationjailprisonparole
what would happen if aorganistion breaks the law codes
No, not anything more than would happen to the non-police parent of a delinquent.
the first fugitive slave law was passed in 1793.
The penalty for an immigrant who breaks the law is deportation.
It's about a slave who escapes and later becomes an officer in the Union army because his owner breaks the law and teaches him to read and write
Slave Zero happened in 1999.
Henry Clay's role in the Fugitive Slave Law was to renew the countries slave attitude.
The fugitive slave law lasted until 1765 to 1776.
If a neutral breaks the load will cease to operate.
The fugitive slave law required all Americans to turn over any fugitive slave found to law enforcement so they would be sent back to their owners.