If the justice system is trying to stop others from killing then they shouldn’t partake in the same killing process by executing someone. Murderers don’t always think about the range of punishments for murdering someone when they commit a crime. The law needs to inject fear in the minds of the criminals or murderers and discourage them from actually committing crime. We don’t just need something for the sake of it, we need something that actually deters crime and death penalty really isn’t one of them. Death penalty has been in practice for a very long time, even way back in history when people were not as developed as today and this itself shows that death penalty is not an effective deterrent for crime because the number of crimes and criminals in jails have increased immensely in today’s
Besides, an improved medical care system can only promote the process of legislation when euthanasia is practiced more as a “can do” than a “have to do” thing. It would be fairly clear to declare euthanasia infeasible because life only lives once and euthanasia can provide an easy excuse for irresponsible families to pave the road to death for the patients. However, medical judgment can set the bar very high and further decrease this kind of situation. Doctor and what’s more, death is predestined for every life. Every respect for life or death contributes to helping people value death more, face death peacefully, which should truly be the best way to value the
If you put the death penalty in play criminals will more than likely think twice before doing a crime because they know at the end of the day they will have to pay for there actions. Therefore death and crime rates will go down. The death penalty is essntial to protect our towns and loved ones lifes from the dangers of other people. The
This measure does not aim to reinstate criminals back to normal social lives, it aims to eliminate criminals that does not do any well to society. Moreover, this people does not consider the facts. China has reduced to half murder rate in their first year of application death penalty. In conclusion death penalty it is an effective deterrent because due to or primitive characteristics we reject anything that provoke us fear and again, what provoke us fear more than death? The risk that innocent people die under death penalty is extremely low due to legal appellations and has succeeded in most of the 58 countries who apply it as a capital crime.
Some see the death penalty as the correct punishment for severe crimes such as dealing drugs or murder, but others believe that the death penalty would let these criminals off to easy as they wouldn't have to live the rest of their sentence, or even life, in prison. Listener relevance: this punishment is currently being considered in the united states, included in the White House Opioid Crisis Plan. One of the reasons people want to keep the death penalty is that it’s “the ultimate warning”. They believe that administering the death penalty on a criminal will deter others from committing the same crime because they will see what the consequence is. Another reason some believe the death penalty is the correct punishment for drug dealers is because the drugs they sold could have caused someones overdose and they should suffer the punishment for their
“I support the death penalty because I believe, if administered swiftly and justly, capital punishment is a deterrent against future violence and will save other innocent lives" (Bush). George W. Bush is trying to emphasize the importance of the Death Penalty because it contributes to many factors in society. The Death Penalty is an action that is taken upon by the Government, which legally terminates the life of a convict due to his heinous crimes. There are many groups and individuals who have different views on the Death Penalty, although, it creates a huge impact towards the ones affected by the case. Those individuals who are against the punishment don’t realize how crucial the crimes that convicts commit and the amount of damage they have caused.
Euthanasia is allowing people to have an excuse to commit suicide, which can lead to abuse. Euthanasia can fall into the wrong hands and help people get away with murder/manslaughter and suicide. This can cost someone’s life prematurely, and cause pain to his/her loved ones. These people are giving up and/or causing pain to those around him/her. Making Euthanasia illegal would successfully prevent all the problems that come with legalizing Euthanasia.
It is necessary for those who refuse to accept unjust administration of punishment. Capital punishment is often justified by saying that by executing the murders birth of new murders would be prevented. Executions especially when they are more painful and public create a sense of horror and halts those tempted towards criminality to violate laws. In countries such as Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Nigeria and New York crime rates are exceptionally high and this affects the population there. The police also works inefficiently in these countries and the criminals easily escape from punishments.
Gun violence occurs based on the unstable people in control of the gun not the gun itself. Likewise why should the government have to deal with these problems. The court system should not have to deal with these cases on gun violence they have more important problems to deal with. Court systems should not have to deal with unstable people who own and gun who have caused panic throughout their town or city. Stated in the article “10 Advantages and Disadvantages of Gun Control”, “ Funds could even be set aside so that licensing and safety classes are low-cost or free.” This shows the court could waste a lot of money funding gun classes when they could be funding something more important like schools or homes for homeless people.Along with this fact why should mentally unstable citizens own a gun in the first place.
But this actually disproves juvenile advocates reliance on the “underdeveloped brain” argument. If brain development were the reason, then teens would kill at roughly the same rates all over the world(Jenkins 91). This is something that doesn’t happens, you won’t be seeing teens around the world murdering people. Brain development is just something people don’t understand how it really works and use this argument to try to lower criminals culpability. In conclusion as to how to treat teens who commit crimes I would say that it really depends on how serious is the crime they commit, but I believe that juveniles that are 15 and older should be convicted as adults because they have taken some responsibilities at that age and are old enough to know the difference between right and wrong in certain situations.
The proposal of issuing the death penalty in the face of hate crimes and incidents is steadily gaining popularity as well as harsher criticism against the overall humanity of capital punishment. Although some people believe it to reduce the amount of those looking to commit these felonies from the streets, those convicted of federal hate crimes should not be put to death because
The government needs to purify and purge the nation by allowing more death penalty. The street would be cleaner and safer. The simple-minded fact that the death penalty is an impelling method to mete out punishment for atrocious, vile, monstrous crime. Those who commit barbarous crime should be put to death and not letting them free to society where it would be dangerous for the
Prisoners shouldn 't be allowed to be released from prison after fifteen years because they deserve death penalty. There are some statistics that demonstrates that they are going to continue performing felonies. Also there are studios that demonstrates that letting free a prisoner affect his family and the family of the victim. The death penalty should be applied on those cases because it is less expensive for the government and it would keep the country more safe. Prisoner 's sentences for first degree murder shouldn 't be eligible for parole hearing after fifteen years in jail because there is a probability that they continue to commit felonies, and because the seriousness of the crime it is necessary apply the death penalty.
Supposedly capital punishment was created to deter criminals from committing horrible acts of rape and murder, however, today judges and the jury are eager to make anyone the scapegoat for the crimes committed; even the innocent. Nowadays, the judicial system becomes more discriminatory, toward gender, income, and race, in capital crime cases because of the desire to find, what is hoped to be, justice. When someone is convicted of any crime and is in the process of being arrested it is a law that his or her Miranda Rights must be stated before the arrest takes place. One of the major rights stated is “ If you cannot afford an attorney one will be appointed to you.” Now, if the person being arrested has a higher income normally the attorney hired is very experienced and can make the most guilty person sound innocent. On the other hand, if the person being convicted has a lower income and has to receive their attorney from the court there is a high chance of losing the case.
The criminals who think they can get away with their crimes, also think that they will not be executed if convicted. The way to stop people from committing horrific acts is to not say how bad the punishment will be, but to have a more effective police force laying down the