Death Penalty Mush Be Abolish in the United States
4757 WordsNov 19, 201220 Pages
The death penalty must be abolished in the United States.
I. Death penalty must be abolished world A. Death penalty is the sentence of death for a person convicted of a capital offence, is currently used in 58 countries around the world, and is also legal sentence in 33 states. (Harrison, Tamony P2) B. Abolished to end the observance or effect. (www.merriam-webster.com)
1. Background information of death penalty 2. Arguments between death penalty and human rights
3. Death penalty mistakes
4. Government financial burden of death penalty.
5. All I Can See proof
II. Background information of death penalty A. History of death penalty B. Current debates on death penalty
III. Arguments between death…show more content…
On the contrary, other dangerous crimes are not to be used in the death penalty field, such as bombing and arson.
In 1972, at the time of Supreme Court’s Furman, the majority of public tends to agree with the death penalty. The major reason for support of the death penalty was the serious violent offenders need to be executed in the interest of public safety. However, according to a Gallup poll, supporter for the death penalty dropped from 76 to 53, public started to against the death penalty. Since then, the world has the trend toward of abolishing the death penalty.
The right to life is the most basic right for human beings. “The International Covenant on