BOOK OF EXODUS
Chapter 21 (Holy Bible, ISBN for example 9780060649234)
Halfway through the book of Exodus, God proclaims to Moses the ordinances governing different kinds of ox gorings. For example,
“And if one man’s ox gores another man’s ox so it dies; then they shall sell the live ox and divide the money; and the dead ox also they shall divide.”
It amazes one how relevant that remains today.
On the other hand, if an ox gores a person, one must stone the ox to death. God doesn’t outline the modus operandi, but one suspects that after an advertising campaign to sell the event, a crowd surrounds the ox and hurls stones at it for ten minutes as it lumbers around between them.
Did a lot of this sort of thing go on? God specifies the exact amount of silver that the owner of an ox must transfer to the owner of a servant if the former gores the latter.
 Exodus 21:28-36
 Exodus 21:35, Lamsa Bible
 Thirty shekels. Exodus 21:32