This is a purely hypothetical question, and I have to admit I don’t know the finer points of the law in this area. But what if Prince Charles of England killed someone? As I understand it, most constitutional monarchies like the UK have what is called sovereign immunity, meaning “the King [or prince, in this case] can do no wrong” (which is ironically/sadly even found in the US’s 11th Amendment–I digress). But what if he is found to be a danger to others? Then what would the govt. of the UK do?
And you will notice I put this in GD, because I have another, more subjective, question: If this happened, would the people of the UK demand this law is changed?
And finally, Am I wrong in even assuming this is true in Britain? Do they even have this law? (But if they just did at one time, my previous questions still apply to that other era, at least.)