Though there’s an extensive list of rules and regulations members of the British monarchy are required to follow, the royals are also permitted to break a number of rules and laws that would land everyday citizens in the big house.
One of the rules is that queen Elizabeth can’t be arrested.
The monarch is immune from arrest in all cases and members of the royal household are immune from civil proceedings, according to Halbury’s Laws of England. There is also a bizarre rule by which no arrest can be made “in the monarch’s presence” or within the “verges” of a royal palace.
In essence, the Queen could go on a crime spree, and there wouldn’t be much anyone could do about it.
Why can’t she be arrested?
The court also dispense their duties as a result of Her Majesty the queen and so being prosecuted would mean she has to prosecute herself.
The Queen cannot in anyway be forced to testify in open court or even be interviewed by the police and thus can’t be arrested.
The Royal Family website states: “Although civil and criminal proceedings cannot be taken against the Sovereign as a person under UK law, the Queen is careful to ensure that all her activities in her personal capacity are carried out in strict accordance with the law.”
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As well as this, the Queen also benefits from diplomatic immunity, meaning she can commit a crime just about anywhere in the world and get away with it!
The sovereign immunity that the Queen benefits from even goes so far as to ensure that she cannot be subject to any civil proceedings, so she can’t be sued.