Program Links Program Reviews. By Unknown, Unknown, Unknown. I like this 0. This article has comments. Email me when someone replies. I agree with you Gledis! Being in jail for your entire life, is a worse punishment that being killed. There are people that don't fear death, and I am one of them. If they are dead, they won't suffer but their family will. Well, in my country, there is no "prejudice" against blacks, and also, the sentence needs to be confirmed by the High Court the apex court in the state , and can be commuted by the president.
I live in India btw. Or being tortured until you lose your sanity. Whoa - just looked that up. That's very interesting - thank you!! Big daddy 5 said Actually it it costs a lot more money in the overalls of the death penalty including the legal proceedings than it does for someone serving a life sentence. I'm definitely with you - I think that the death penalty should be minimized as much as possible.
The only major issue I can think of is the cost of keeping prisoners alive vs. The only way I can think of to solve that problem would be for the convicted's family to pay for their "housing" and food. Problem is, crime and poverty are linked, so I don't know if that would work. If anybody can think of a solution to this, let me know. Also, you being tortured to death is also equally bad. I like the article, but have you taken into considerations of how much money it costs per year to keep a prisoner alive and feed them and get them exercise?
I think it's a beautiful story. Don't let your age determine the maturity of your stories. It prevents them from ever murdering again. It removes the burden from taxpayers. We all live in a society with the same basic rights and guarantees. We have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness with equal opportunities.
This is the basis for our society. It is the foundation on which everything else is built upon. When someone willfully and flagrantly attacks this foundation by murdering another, robbing them of all they are, and all they will ever be, then that person can no longer be a part of this society.
The only method that completely separates cold blooded murderers from our society is the death penalty. As the 20th century comes to a close, it is evident that our justice system is in need of reform. This reform will shape the future of our country, and we cannot jump to quick solutions such as the elimination of the death penalty.
As of now, the majority of American supports the death penalty as an effective solution of punishment. Why not execute them and save society the cost of their keep?
However, it seems obvious to some Americans that the death penalty is a just and proper way to handle convicted murderers. Whatever henious crime one does,we are not uncivilised and barbaric to take the lives of others.
If we ought to give them death sentence as punishment,then what distinguishes us from the criminals? If insecurity is the major issue behind demanding capital punishment,then the best solution is framing the punishment in such a way that the culprit would never be a threat to the society,not hanging to death. The death penalty is funded by the taxes we pay to the government. Capital punishment has its share of supporters who believe in the merits of death penalty in fighting crime.
On the other side of the coin are those who view the punishment as unconstitutional, barbaric, and just plain cruel. Many believe that the perpetrators deserve maximum penalty and the highest condemnation of all. This is clearly an emotional response, but it raises the question of whether death penalty is an effective way to deter prospective criminals. This essay aims to show two sides of the issue and argue that death penalty does not necessarily deter criminals from committing future crimes.
The main argument in support of death penalty is its perceived deterrent effect. In his study on deterrence in support of death penalty, van den Haag acknowledges that even though statistical results are inconclusive, capital punishment is likely to deter people from committing crimes because of fear of death, and more so if it is a death ordered by law.
He states that death penalty permanently incapacitates the offender from committing future crimes. He highlights that it is the most feared form of punishment and because of its finality, it could deter prospective murderers who are not deterred by long-term imprisonment.
He also puts more weight on saving the lives of prospective victims rather than preserving the lives of convicted murderers who may re-offend. Based on their two controversial studies, they conclude that for each execution, five murders are prevented. Conversely, one commutation results in five murders.
The Death Penalty - Is the death penalty really a rational and effective way to respond to the crimes of certain prisoners. Thirty one percent of society believes we should not keep the death penalty, while others believe that the death penalty doesn’t really keep crime from happening.
This assignment instructed students to write a persuasive essay which argues for a specific viewpoint or a specific action to be taken on a societal issue. I argued for a specific stance to be taken on the issue of the death penalty. The audience for this essay is the opinion section of the.
An argumentative essay about death penalty. The death penalty is the ultimate punishment. There is no harsher punishment than death itself. Death penalty is capital punishment wherein a criminal proven guilty of a major crime is sentenced to death by the government. I am against the death penalty and can prove in my essay that abolishing it would be a better choice.
This sample persuasive essay on death penalty provides a thesis/claim that establishes a purpose and will be followed by points and particulars that prove the . This sample essay on the death penalty gives a series of strong arguments against the continued use of capital punishment: flawed executions and wasted funds are cited/5(16).