Capital Punishment Should Be Allowed

955 Words Nov 19th, 2015 4 Pages
Capital punishment is execution, which can furthermore be identified as the death penalty, has been a hot topic in the public eye for a while. The question on lots of minds is whether it is acceptable for the state to terminate one’s life for the crime they have committed. A significant question that we will address is whether or not capital punishment should be allowed. By inquiring more information about this topic people should be able to formulate their own opinions on this debate. As I began to research further into this issue, I became aware that plenty of people agree with the idea of capital punishment being endorsed; however, I believe in order for the public to recognize all the factors that apply to this debate, asking this question will not only be the key to finally finding closure, but it will help them articulate their own views.
Why is it essential to find closure? Why does our justice system to seek capital punishment? When does the system realize if one should receive the death penalty? How will they be sure that all the evidence is there? Is capital punishment ethical? Are there different types of execution methods? Does this punishment violate the U.S Constitution? Executing an innocent; what happens then? Addressing these questions will guide the public to thoroughly understand this punishment.
What happens when mistakes are made? When executing a person for the crimes they didn’t commit there is no turning back from that point. That decision is…
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