Laws in packs are often slightly strict but not harsh. Elders and leaders must be respected, although cruel, foolish or weak leaders can be overthrown if challenged to a fight. Generally younger members are not punished as harshly.
Punishments like injury and death are very rare, and only used in some packs. Often, for serious breaches of pack law, the offender is thrown out of the pack, exiled or outlawed. Some packs have very unique, clever, not very harsh punishments to keep discipline in the pack. These are often very successful. It is often the Rho or Alpha that decides laws and punishments.
Robin Hood is at his wit’s end: he’s reached a
plateau in his career as an outlaw and is considering packing it in and getting
an honest job. But then one night a beautiful young woman stumbles into his
favourite pub. He buys her a drink and she confesses her story: her name is
Regina and she was to be married to the king, but she robbed him and fled
before the ceremony. She has been on the run, making her living as a bandit ever
since. Moved by her tale, Robin makes her an offer: he will help her fake her
death to escape her enraged fiancé in exchange for one of the jewels she stole
from the castle before making her getaway. The scheme succeeds (though Regina
suffers some minor injuries) and the king dies shortly after. As soon as she
recovers, Robin proposes to Regina using the jewel she paid him with. As you
might imagine, they go on to become badass sexy outlaws together.