According to www.Derechos.net, “Capital punishment is the execution of a criminal pursuant to a sentence of death imposed by a competent court.” Meaning, the court decides if the criminal gets to be killed. Well it wasn’t always like that. There was a time long ago where even in religious beliefs stated that “Whoever sheds man’s blood, by man his blood will be shed, for in the image of God He made man” (Genesis 9:6). So if it was okay for religious people to execute people for murdering others, why shouldn't it be okay for the people of today to continue this? Capital punishment is meant to be a deterrent to crime, specifically murder.
Capital punishment also known as the death penalty is when a person who has been convicted by the court of law can be sentenced to death. This occurs when a defendant is being tried with a criminal offense; such as the conscious murder of a peace officer on active duty, or a federal agent. This punishment has been a constant debate throughout our history. People claim it to be unjust or a cruel and unusual punishment, while another part of our population claims that this consequence is not used enough. Capital punishment is not a problem only here but around the world as well; there is constant arguing and debates, here and around the globe, about the moralities of this punishment.
Pre-writing- Outline Introduction: Attention Getter: Does somebody really deserve to be sentence with the Death Penalty? Elaboration- information about the issue: This process was been practiced as a sentence to the criminals, back in the years. However, now in the day government still use it as a punishment to some delinquents. People are wondering if US should allow the Death Penalty. Thesis Statement: Supporters to the Death Penalty are falling because of the lack of evidence to prove they are doing the right, in contrast the opponents are finding more and more material to abolish the Death Penalty.
People like him do make you wish that society would have done him a little better and maybe those children would have still been alive. Next, the death penalty still remains a hot topic upon Americans. I ask myself should the death penalty be abolished in the United states or should we keep it. The death penalty does have pros and cons; the only reason I feel a certain way is we are taking another life for a life. What I mean by that statement is the convicted inmate murder, kills, and or torture multiple victims, then he/she is caught by the hands of justice and we want to give them the death penalty based upon their records.
The government and judicial system should look deeper within the subject and try to come up with better solutions other than becoming “murderes” themselves. How can you trail someone for months or even years to finally come to conclusion that they must also die because of the crime they have committed? There are currently thirty-six states which allow the death penalty, and that must change. These states need to eliminate this on the grounds that it is unethical/barbaric and also the risk of punishing an innocent individual. Humans, as a genus, are known for their mistakes.
Macbeth waited for the chance to murder the king and after he got the perfect chance to kill the king, he took control of the situation and took the weapon and plunged it into the king’s body. I think these actions fall into the category of first degree murder because first degree murder is the killing, which is deliberate and premeditated with felonies such as rape, burglary, arson, involving multiple deaths, the killing of certain types of people such as; a child, police officer, prison guard, and fellow prisoner. I would prosecute him with the first degree murder charge because it was premeditated and after the Duncan was killed, it then lead to several murders proceeding after the biggest calamity. I give Macbeth the first degree murder in view of the fact that he needed to cover his track after the king was killed, so he started planning more deaths within the kingdom to keep his secret withheld. Macbeth was foretold by three fortune tellers that would be the king, but how was he going to be king if there was one already which lead to the ... ... middle of paper ... ...ce to happen and he had the chance to his mind.
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The criminal who commited the crime in almost all cases had to commit first degree murder, which includes some planning of the act. To plan an act of murder and taking someone’s life is beyond emotion, it is psychological and takes some rationalization. If no rationalization takes place, then it can happen again. Another reason that pro-capital punishment argument is that there are innocent men and women sitting on death row that shouldn’t be sentenced to death. Most death row inmates, unless they commit a serious multiple murder have been in and out of jail most of their life.
A famous expression, “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth” has become the basis for this political debate over the past several decades --- capital punishment. In society today, many people are murdered every day by the hands of another human being. Those who are for capital punishment promote that it is a deterrent for crime, provides closure, and is a moral punishment for those who choose to take a human life. Those not in favor of it argue that it is an ineffective crime deterrent, sends the wrong message, and is more expensive than sentencing a murderer to life in prison. When those who commit these heinous crimes are found guilty in the court of law, the loved ones of the victims often wants the murderer to be sentenced to death.
Capital Punishment The introduction into this book is well written and promises to take you on an intellectual and levelheaded historical account of Capital Punishment throughout American history. It delves into the possible reasons that our society is both fearful and fascinated with the subject of the death penalty and as the overview states “the reader can decide for himself or herself whether the death penalty should have a continuing place in America’s criminal justice system.” The book begins with a dilemma based on a case where a man committed murder in two states, one that has the death penalty (Oklahoma) and one that does not (New York). He is convicted in both states, but which one should get to carry out the sentence, the one that prosecuted him first, New York. Eventually he was turned over to Oklahoma, because the incoming governor of New York also believed in the death penalty. He was executed at 11:45 p.m. on March 19, 1995.