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They were the officers of the court and were to enforce the sentences of the judges.
You would live and inherit the land Hashem gave you.
Judges, priests, king, and prophets.
Hashem; a foreigner.
Multiply horses to himself to go to war; cause the people to return to Egypt; multiply wives to himself; and to accumulate large amounts of gold and silver.
He was to copy the law in a book (a Torah) from the laws of Hashem as enforced by the priests
No inheritance of land; Hashem was their inheritance.
The people were afraid to receive Hashem's word directly, so He had to speak through intermediaries, the prophets.
1. He who had built a new house and not dedicated it; 2. He who had planted a vineyard and not used the fruit yet; 3. He who had betrothed a wife, but not consummated the betrothal; 4. He who was afraid to go to battle.
For those living outside the land, Bnai Yisrael were to proclaim peace to the city. If the people refuse, Bnai Yisrael were to besiege the city and when Hashem gave the city over, Bnai Yisrael were to kill every male; the women, children, and cattle were to be taken as spoils. Those living within the land who were defeated were to be totally destroyed, so that Bnai Yisrael would not follow their ways of life.
The elders and judges; the elders were to take a heifer of the herd (which had never been under the yoke) to a rough valley (which had not been plowed or sown), and break the heifer's neck; the priests would say a blessing over the heifer, and then all the elders of the city would wash their hands over the heifer.