Divergences Of The Death Penalty

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The Death Penalty. The worst punishment to come to a criminal in the justice system. It has evolved over the years and many ways of doing it have been used. Lethal injection are is the most recent procedure, but a firing squad, and even hanging were used many years ago. So what should the U.S. do about the topic of The Death Penalty. Is the price of keeping people on death row worth it or is it possible that the procedures for the death penalty costs more and can cause more problems in the U.S. The death penalty is causing more trouble than good for the U.S.A. The death penalty has been a topic for conversation for many years. For many anti-death penalty supporters the topic has moved from moral arguments on capital punishment to the costs and needs of people on death row. These prices and the support that people receiving the death penalty need is a big topic of discussion in the recent years of the economic struggles. Therefore by giving legislatures the ability to save their constituents millions of dollars and has now started a death penalty reform (McLaughlin). Convergences and Divergences are another topic of discussion involved with the death penalty. Many discussions have arisen from U.S. …show more content…
Lately it has been steered towards the abolishing of the death penalty, and how to deal with the people on death row. The death penalty costs the United States so much money every year, and is a bad habit, and a problem in some states.Yes, criminals whom have committed outrageous crimes deserve to be sentenced heavily, but in the modern world, the death penalty is taking a step back, and now being removed from some sentencing in states. People have been put into what some might call torture when a procedure goes wrong, and the United states get a bad look for it. The death penalty is causing more trouble than good for the

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