God sits Moses down and starts laying down the law - Literally.
The laws start off kind of shaky, dealing with slavery and the treatment of women as property.
We then get into the societal laws dealing with crime and punishment. God is very specific and thorough.
Everything here (except for the slavery and women as property) seems like it could have evolved naturally as man started to form communities and had to learn to live together.
Exodus 22:29 gets back to the worshipping of God. I'm curious about this little bit;
"Thou shalt not delay [to offer] the first of thy ripe fruits, and of thy liquors: the firstborn of thy sons shalt thou give unto me."
Is God asking for a sacrifice of the first born males? I'm sure he's not but that's how it's written.