||However, you may not allow his body to remain on the gallows overnight, but you must bury it on the same day. Since a person who has been hanged is a curse to God, you must not [let it] defile the land that God your Lord is giving you as a heritage.
Lo-talin nivlato al-ha'ets ki-kavor tikberenu bayom hahu ki-kilelat Elohim taluy velo tetame et-admatecha asher Adonay Eloheycha noten lecha nachalah.
|bury it on the same day|
If this is true of a criminal, it is all the more true of an innocent person. Immediate burial is therefore the Jewish norm (Sanhedrin 46b; Yerushalmi, Nazir 7:1).
|a curse to God|
(literally). Or, 'an extraordinarily great curse' (Adereth Eliahu; HaKethav VeHaKabbalah).