Capitis Deminutio Maxima
Capitis Deminutio is a term used in Roman trials referring to the extinguishing, either in whole or in part, of a person's former legal capacity.
Depending on how the name was written you could define how much freedom the human being had.
There were three changes of state or condition attended with different consequences:
maxima JOHN DOE
media John DOE
minima John Doe
The greatest loss of liberty was , capitis deminutio maxima
JOHN DOE - name spelled in all Caps
involved the loss of liberty, citizenship, and family and being made a slave or a prisoner of war.
Now please check your Driver License, Birth Certificate and any other government paper - your name will be written in All Caps.