There are two capital offences against parents: cursing a parent or striking a parent (and causing an injury). If someone did this in front of 2 witnesses with a warning etc. so they were due the ...
Hashem did not want to mete out any punishments at the giving of the Torah in order to not ruin the joy of the moment (Rashi to Shemos 24:11). But Hashem was fine with seemingly ruining the joy of ...
The Haftara of Mishpatim starts at Yirmiyahu Ch. 34:8 and continues to the end of the chapter. It then jumps to Ch. 33 verses 25-26, some 8 verses before it started. Obviously we do not want to end ...
R. Saadya Gaon implies in his commentary to the verse in Exodus (21:16) that the prohibition of slavery includes a case where the slaver didn't sell the slave. R. Avraham Ben HaRambam disagrees ...