Pros And Cons Of Capital Punishment

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Capital punishment is the death penalty to punish offenders for heinous crimes. Capital Punishment has been used for thousands of years and it has not helped reduce crime and those future criminals who will commit heinous crimes. This topic always sparks a passionate conversation with the effectiveness of the Judicial system. Another punishment instead of the death penalty is life without parole. The American Judicial system has been unfair and corrupt; for example, attorney’s that work for the state are overworked with their caseloads. Trial attorneys are extremely expensive. Those living under poverty line is impossible for them to receive help from the expensive attorneys. Those sitting in death row doesn’t get the chance to change, find themselves spiritually and or seek forgiveness. God forgives anyone from the crimes that have been committed. They should be given the opportunity to seek guidance, help and spiritual guidance from their wrongdoings. There are massive problems associated with the death penalty; one of the problems are innocent people dying from a crime they never committed and racism/bias. The only way to solve these issues is to get rid of capital punishment.
Innocent prisoners mean that they will not have a chance to prove their innocence. In a recent case in Texas, Ernest Ray Willis was sentenced to death row because he was accused of murder-arson charges. Ernest Ray Willis was spent 17 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. He was released,
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