What can be in common between modern laws and those adopted during the time of King Hammurabi?

During the time of King Hammurabi, the state also required laws regulating relations between people. Due to the fact that the laws were adopted in BC conditions, they were cruel. For misdemeanors, punishments of various measures were assumed. The most cruel awaited the guilty person for murder and encroachment on someone else’s property. Modern laws also regulate broad social relations, but they have acquired a humane character. The death penalty has been abolished in many states. This made it possible to pass punishments with high objectivity.

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