Gulliver's Travels

what happens to the Lilliputians if the persons on trial proves his own innocence? how is the accused ( the defendant) paid back

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Gulliver describes many of Lilliput's laws, telling the reader that dishonesty and false accusations are punished more severely than theft and other terrible things are punished in England. If someone in Lilliput accuses another but is proven to be wrong in the accusation, the accused is punished severely while the falsely accused person is rewarded.