The rights of Romans By. Caroline Guzman and Lara Cano
Many roman citizens had limited rights, not all were equal. Geting all the rights meant that you could, vote, hold offices, governments, own propertys, write contracts, and go to court. Many people get married with roman citizens to earn their citizenship. If a women and a freedman have a child it becomes a full roman citizen.
Punishments for crimes
One of the many punishments is that if you kill your father, they cover your eyes and drown you. If you did a crime they would either beat you, banish you, make you into a slave, or kill you.