Every children's book has to have a villain that fight the hero and banking on whose cruelty the hero gets the name and fame of being good, kind, trustworthy and the vanquisher of evil.
But in every of these stories, the hero ends up either killing the villain or the vilain suddenly has a change of heart and becomes a good and god-fearing man.
But what if these villains existed in the real world? What would happen to them if they are being tried in a court of justice according to our laws and regulations?
Well, Lord Voldemort apparently would get the highest punishment for not just murder but also for child cruelty, animal fraud, identity theft as well as torture and trespassing and would be given a minimum of almost 135 years in the prison.
The lowest punishment would go actually to Mr. McGregor for hunting rabbits without a lisence and he would have to shell out a fine of almost £5000.