- Capital Punishment: A System with Flaws Introduction The death penalty in America has been declining: despite the diminished use, flaws are more apparent than ever.
Some of these are racial bias and the execution of innocent people.
[tags: Capital punishment] - Capital Punishment is a form of punishment, administered by the government, which sentences people to death for their crimes.
Many of these crimes are murders and rape, and it doesn’t discriminate either.
The use of this punishment has helped to reduce crime and alter the minds of future criminals to deter them against committing heinous crimes such as murder, treason, espionage, terrorism and in some cases aggravated kidnapping.
Advocates say it deters crime while abolitionists say it is unconstitutional....
[tags: Capital punishment] - Capital Punishment INTRODUCTION Capital Punishment is viewed to many people as inhumane, unnecessary, and over the line.
Most people would ask, who is just enough to decide who lives or who dies.
This idea comes from being a very liberal society now, where everyone should love anyone and hate should not exist.
Sadly this idea is not always what everyone believes, some people believe in getting revenge and embracing the hate that this world has to offer and that is where the concept of capital punishment takes place....