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    The death penalty is a controversial topic in the U.S. Some states have the death penalty while other states do not. There are more pros than cons when it comes to why the death penalty should be implemented in cases that involve heinous acts such as murder and like crimes. such crimes are especially heinous and deserve the worst punishment able to be given. Justice must be served for the families of victims of heinous acts much like rape and/or murder, the death penalty will help the victim or the victims family peace of mind knowing that the criminal is now taken off the streets and has no prosibility on returning to society. This gives not only them the feelig of saftey again but everyone in the community. By the criminal being sentenced to death this give the criminal no possible chance of harming anyone else or commit any further crimes.the proper justice would be served for the crimes committed. By activally using the death penalty it sets a huge example for the future similar crimes. This is well known as a eye for an eye, this method was commonally used years and…

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    Many people may see the “Death Penalty” as harsh punishment, while not noticing the brutality and suffer that the criminal has caused to another human. However, others would suggest the most severe form of corporal punishment is; “The Death Penalty.” Legalization of the death penalty is an ongoing case that has not progressed throughout the entire United States. Although it has been effective throughout more than thirty states. The U.S. is the only Western country presently applying the death…

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    The death penalty has raised a major question, abolish or keep condemning? The death penalty in America has been around since 1608, when Captain George Kendall was executed in Jamestown. He was executed since he was actually a spy for Spain. Since then states have gone back and forth between having it legal and abolishing it. As of April of 2016 thirty-one states have made capital punishment legal. (Death Penalty Information Center) In my opinion, the death penalty should not be abolished; but…

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    Pierce & Radelet from Louisiana’s Law Review in 2011 said in “Louisiana you’re 97% more likely to receive the death penalty for killing a white man than killing a black man.” There's also the question of in since some states use the death penalty and some don’t then is it better for a murderer to kill in say Michigan rather than California? A report done by the National Research Council says “studies claiming that the death penalty has a deterrent effect on murder rates are ‘fundamentally…

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    Is death a reasonable punishment for capital crimes? How many inmates on death row can each states withstand as more criminals are being held at federal penitentiaries for their crimes? Where would each state maintain their funds continuing the death penalty process? So many questions have spark controversy towards the effect of the states about the death penalty. Some American may support, believing the karma phrase “What goes around, comes around”, but others may view this as having no moral…

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    The Pro and Con Arguments for the Death Penalty The death penalty, to some it is known as the grimmest way to die, but to others it is considered the savior or protector to humanity. This argument is one of the many buzzing all over America’s juries and even social media. Unequivocally, many citizens of the United States have discrepant accounts on the topic of the pros and cons of our nation’s death penalty. Opponents of this argument may assert that the capital punishment is inhumane, unfair…

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    Is death a reasonable punishment for capital crimes? How many inmates on death row can each states withstand as more criminals are being held at federal penitentiaries for their crimes? Where would each state maintain their funds continuing the death penalty process? So many questions have spark controversy towards the effect of the states about the death penalty. Some American may support, believing the karma phrase “What goes around, comes around”, but others may view this as having no moral…

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    Is death a reasonable punishment for capital crimes? How many inmates on death row can each states withstand as more criminals are being held in federal penitentiaries for their crimes? Where would each state maintain their funds continuing the death penalty process? So many questions have sparked controversy towards the effect on the states about the death penalty. Some American may support, believing the karma phrase “What goes around, comes around”, but others may view this as having no moral…

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    When it comes to topic of the Death Penalty you have to ask yourself the morality of what you are doing, and if other human beings should have the right to take the life of someone else for what you deem as wrong above and beyond the normal crime. From an economic standpoint you realize that it is extremely inefficient not only in terms of time, but in the sheer amount of money it takes for the death penalty to actually be handed down making it more economically inefficient. I. Monetary Cost a.…

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    Why the Death Penalty Should End. How would you feel if our government would stop killing people and we wouldn't have to pay for this killing? That would mean we would save tons of lives and money. According to The Death Penalty Debate, February 5, 2007, “Opponents maintain that killing is wrong no matter who is doing it, including the government.” History Alive! The United States Hart, 2010, states the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution, “nor shall any state deprive any person of life,…

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