Argument Of Fact: Is The Death Penalty Effective?

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Argument of Fact: Is the Death Penalty Effective?
The average human life is valued high in today’s society, but concerning about the average criminal life, who determines who has done enough heinous acts to forfeit one’s life? The death penalty is an extremely controversial topic, and it’s supporters and protesters in the world are about split down the middle. The death penalty may serve as a criminal deterrent, stopping other criminals from committing such acts out of fear, however this is not the case. Capital Punishent is applied so arbitrarily and has no consistence to where innocent people have paid the price for crimes uncommitted by them. Ultimately the Death Penalty is not effective due to its judicial inconsistence, religious affiliated
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There are many studies showing about the hundred of times that people have been wrongly accused and a less times of people getting wrongfully executed (Death Penalty Focus: Stories of Wrongful Conviction). There are many cases of false accusation, approximately two hundred wrongfully accused men and women just in the state of california not too recently and they share the same notion of injustice from the legal system. There are studies shown that about 4 percent of people accused of crime are innocent, while less than that had received the capital punishment (Cases of Wrong Convictions). If there is going to be a government punishment involving the lives of human beings it has to be right one hundred percent of the time because one innocent life lost is not worth the national effort of the death …show more content…
Religions such as Christian, Buddhist, Jewish, Interface, and Catholic organizations are all working together toward a moratorium on executions (Juvenile Death Penalty). Religion play’s the only known role as to what is after death, and most religious affiliators are for life, and turn in disgust at the idea of taking away one. Innocent or not, they believe that capital punishment is against pro-life, and should no longer be practiced. Even though some isolated scripture from the religions have been shown to support the death penalty, almost all religious groups in the United States regard (“capital punishment”) executions as immoral (Death Penalty Focus: Religious Perspectives). Most of the people who reside in the united states are of one of the beliefs mentioned above, meaning that a lot of people are born into a culture in which they recognize the capital punishment of death as immoral and tend to condone such acts. The religious people already have many groups that are protesting against the methods of murder for criminal justice, because whether it’s retribution or not, it’s still

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