Capital punishments needs to be enforced because crimes are happening every day and people needs to be punished for the things they have done to other people. If people knew the law, then they should not have a reason to make those horrible crimes. When someone kills someone the police needs evidence to make what they need to prove the crime that has or had happened. People that are in prison is still living with a happy life because they are alive and they think that no one can hurt
It will be more beneficial to society as a whole if we abolish double jeopardy, to correct the mistakes of the justice system and essential for progression. Double jeopardy is the sole reason why some criminals walk free. The justice court is fallible: ineffective representation or perjury testimony would ultimately cause a wrongful conviction. Wrongful convictions are a concern of everybody, the families of the victims or the lawyers
Regardless of these expectations, the government still denies that, ”An execution is a violent public spectacle of official homicide, and one that endorses killing to solve social problems” (ACLU). The death penalty 's violence does not coincide with societal belief that killing is an immoral act. The death penalty is ironic in that sense, because it is euthanizing a human under the guise of rationality. The death penalty is a hypocrisy of society 's expectations of a good citizen, because they are promoting and endorsing this act to solve and diminish the crime in the world. However, society continues to endorse this act of immorality by insisting that, “Governments
The Death Penalty The death penalty has been, and still is, one of the most discussed topics in the United States. Its opponents argue it to be an unnecessary and violent punishment because it seems no less barbaric than the crime, as well as it is sometimes not believed to serve its purpose as a deterrent. However, there is a fundamental difference between the loss of an innocent life and the execution of a criminal in accordance with the law. Death penalty might not be the most ideal solution, but abolishing it would put in danger the lives of many innocent and law-abiding citizens. Not only has the death penalty proven to be constitutional, cost effective, ethically correct deterrent of future murders, but it also is a punishment that fits the crime.
I believe that no murderer,no matter how severe the crime they committed should be sentenced to death, as they were simply not in the right state of mind, I believe that, instead of spending millions just to end an individual's life, the government should instead invest in a solid mental institute just for murders to help them live past their personal trauma, then when in a stable state of mind punish them with a reasonable sanction. Furthermore I also find the death penalty to be hypocritical, don’t you find it ironic that a nation would look down upon the practice of murder by committing the very same act? I know that I for one do.I find it foolish that our society has managed to find such a hypocritical solution to a dreadful issue that is
There is no “the prisoner will be taken hence and thence conveyed etc.” It is an interrogative. There is a question mark at the end. The future remains open. And thus the dignity of convicted felons is retained”. Seemingly, others believe that it’s inhuman to voluntarily kill another person, and until we as a society can decide which is the morally correct option, nothing can be accomplished.
They are not hurting anyone while they remain in prison. Why can’t we leave them there? Why do we have to kill them? Even though there are many cases in which people should be given the Death Penalty, it should be abolished because the executioner and society are basically committing the same crime the murderer did. Usually we give the Death Penalty to murderers.
It is an invitation to deceive and impede ourselves, to follow false reasoning and toddlers, insisting that the addicts should die, insisting that they do not need a thorough process because they have just started things that should not be. That if the killings of "drug users and drug pusher" will certainly be addressed by mercenary police and abusive guards. With the mistakes and the burdens of the lives of those who are just bad, it's okay because, the "war on drugs" that the president will enforce is good but the truth is that we just believe that people who are guilty will never change, those people with bad consciences do not need to
Not all capital crimes deserve death. The sentence should be tailored to the offense done by an individual (Novak, 2013). Humans always make mistakes. Judges and Juries are human and that does not mean that they will not make mistake while they make their judgement on an offender. Dhillon, Mohammad and Ng (2012) state that although most of the capital crimes require sensible evidence before a person is sentence to death, it does not guarantee that no mistakes when a conviction is make.
Many people believe that death penalty is not a justifiable approach for murderers, but does not justice mandate that criminals receive what they deserve? The punishment must fit the crime. If a burglar deserves imprisonment, then a murderer deserves death. Death penalty as cruel as it may seem serves to deter crime rates, acknowledges the value of human life, administers justice, and gives a closure to atrocity. First and foremost, death penalty serves as a fear factor for many criminals.