The Death Penalty Should Be Legal In Society

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There has been a great deal of controversy about removing capital punishment from the justice system and many questions are raised regarding capital punishment. Is the death penalty really a rational and effective way to respond to the crimes of certain prisoners? Does the death penalty really deters severe crimes like murder? Does the death penalty really makes difference in the society? Many people believe that it should be abolished while others believe it should be harsher on the offenders. Even though it is said that an eye for any eye makes the whole world blind, there are many reasons to keep capital punishment as part of the justice system. Capital punishment is a necessary part of every society to make sure that the law is respect and followed. Therefore, capital punishment should not be abolished and should be made legal in every society. Capital punishment is a controversial topic throughout the world. The words “death penalty” or “capital punishment” often brings out strongly emotional opinions. From ancient to present day, the death penalty has had an complex and controversial history. Back in 1600s and 1700s death …show more content…
Laws are for all people living in the nation and law breakers shall be punished. Severe punishment for a crime is a warning to criminals that rules are to be obeyed. There should be fear of punishment in a criminal’s mind before he commits any crime. Every society has certain rules that must be followed by everyone and if someone fails to follow them then he or she is not capable of living in the society. Criminals do not obey any rules, so they must be punished. “… Capital punishment is important to enforce crime in so situations” (Huddar). In certain situations, the only punishment that can make proper justice is the death penalty. In situations like serial killing and when a person is convicted of more than one rape or kidnapping cases, capital punishment is the only

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