Punishment Essay: An Arguement For The Death Penalty

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Life is one of the most valuable assets of a human that cannot be compared to anything else. And no one wants to lose it. People always are afraid about death and no one knows how will die, it can be either natural death that is a density or murder that is the action of taking the life of a human being. Capital punishment for murder is death penalty, it means a life for a life and an eye for an eye. Criminals who commit murder are divided in two groups, ones commit murder for self-defense and another group does it for fun. the Death penalty cannot be applied to both groups, for example, some who commits it to defend from yourself, do not deserve to receive capital punishment, however someone who has committed a serial murder. Definitely deserve to death penalty. We have a proverb in Dray that each tree has a couple of rotten fruit and for preventing from spoilage of other fruits they must be removed, society is the …show more content…

This is one of the basis of society and it always do the most of its efforts to apply it in the society. When a murder kills someone it is duty of the society to punish murder. When someone is killed, victim’s family suffer and nothing can heal those even punishment of murder by capital punishment or by vengeance. However, it can be considered from another side. If convicted person to execution was innocent and capital punishment apply for he or she, where is the justice? According to The Guardian (2014) “A team of legal experts and statisticians from Michigan and Pennsylvania used the latest statistical techniques to produce a peer-reviewed estimate of the “dark figure” that lies behind the death penalty – how many of the more than 8,000 men and women who have been put on death row since the 1970s were falsely convicted”. If capital punishment for murder was imprisonment and if convicted people were innocent, there is a chance for them to can have their right to

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