Prof. M. M. Ninan. Romans did not have prisons like the ones in the modern world. . Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place.. Occasionally the accused might be detained to await trial, but usually those awaiting trial were encouraged to go into voluntary exile. Those awaiting trial were called "carcer" or "publica vincula." .
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