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 execution of the murder, well not heal the victim’s family heart. Their trauma and memories well come to mind every time they’ll think of their sincere love one. Instead of wasting funds and resources for criminals, and their promising death penalty sentences. Why not, use the money to aid families heart, with consoling sessions. They’ll later understand that not everyone is cruel, and they’ll find peace and closure.
That’s when plea bargains come into play because if not careful, than the defendant can play right into the system`s hands even if innocent. Innocence is another reason why people who are convicted of heinous crimes don’t deserve the death penalty. Many people spend years on death row, who are innocent before finally being released. ( Innocence
Meaning if a person injures or kills someone they should receive the same or worst punishment for them to learn from their mistakes. However because of this, this has caused many innocent people to be executed. The people that oppose the death penalty have many reasons on why they believe it is wrong and that is including one of them. Senate Judiciary Committee, is suggesting as an alternative "a real life sentence" for murder and "heinous crimes." Instead of putting these criminals that “ Deserve the death penalty to be executed sentence them life without parole.
Haag (2007) writes that the death penalty is feared more than imprisonment because of its finality in that the person is excommunicated from the living. As such, it is a more effective and necessary form of punishment. Berns (1996) writes that the law must be “inspiring or commanding ‘profound respect or reverential fear’” for it to be effective in deterring criminals. However, people in favor of abolishing the death penalty can argue that despite its deterrence benefits, the life of the murderer is important. This means that the victim’s life is less important even though the offender is the one who has committed a crime.
Stevenson concludes, “the opposite of poverty is not wealth; the opposite of poverty is justice.” While reading chapters one through four, I was able to conclude that Stevenson meant, when there is no justice, most people will live in poverty, despair, and fear. Despair, Walter McMillian faced despair while he was in prison, because while he was in prison, the prisoners kept talking about how the electric chair failed to kill the last man that was on death row. Even if Walter was found innocent, he would of lived in poverty because his reputation was ruined and there was a possibility he would of been lynched by the white people who heard about what he has done. Stevenson felt the fear of death, when an officer was pointing his gun at Stevenson. Bryan Stevenson never knew what could happen and he was full of fear of the possibility of jail time or death.
Well, if Rainsford himself never killed Zaroff, he would have died. He was defending himself by killing Zaroff. It is highly understood that one should not kill but what would you do if someone was hunting you and trying to kill you? Would you let them or would you kill them to save
In 1992, a retrial found she was not guilty. In this case Sabrina was able to escape her execution. Another case involving the death penalty took place in 1992; Rodger Keith Coleman was executed in Virginia, even though all evidence pointed to another person as the murderer. The real murderer got away with this crime while an innocent man had to die for a crime he did not commit. In Canada, if we had the death penalty many innocent people here too, would face the death penalty for a crime they did not commit.
He had so much life to live until it was taken away from the cruel punishment of death penalty some people say he deserved it. That is an example of racial bias a 14 year old african american teen killed by death penalty due to a murder he committed of two young caucasianfemales but George was only 14. Supreme court says if your 15 and under you shouldn’t receive a death penalty because you are not seen as an adult unless your 18 or older 15 and under your still seen as a juvenile.Then why did George stinney get executed ? Is it far that kids have been getting killed by death penalty due to their actions. I believe if incarceration was ever imposed in that case then death would have never been the option for a child under the age of
To me it’s poorly written because he killed a man, but because his guilt took him over he couldn’t handle all the pressure and turned himself. Like, if you’re going to kill someone for a dumb reason at least have a smarter way of covering it up. I understand how people say it’s just a story and that it’s is very entertaining, but if you think about it the story that is entertaining you is a story of insanity and death and I don’t find that very entertaining. In the story the Tell Tale Heart a man or caregiver kills an old man because of his eye. He tells the readers that the eye makes his “blood run cold” and because of that he had to kill him.