After shunning, shaming and indicting, what's left?
Deny him all food and water within 600 miles of NYC and DC?
Aquae et Ignis Interdictio
Literally meaning ‘debarred from fire and water”, the second tier was similar to the first in the sense that the exsul had no permanent place of residency.viii However, aquae et ignis interdictio differed in terms of duration and rights.
The victim lost the civil rights that came with Roman citizenship and their property was confiscated. The dersignation aquae et ignis interdictio occasionally was applied to unique cases of voluntary exile, or self-banishment. Despite voluntary departure, the person was stripped of rights and property.