Should The Death Penalty Be Abolished?

1925 WordsDec 11, 20158 Pages
Abstract This paper explores five published articles that report on discussion on the very old and yet to answer question of whether the death penalty in the USA should be abolished? The articles, however, vary in their stand on death penalty. In all article it is very different on publisher stand. They discuss thing argument with their own way and vision of thinking. Adina Nicoleta (2011) has raised question for fair trial on the proceeding of the criminal cases. In other article Maestro Marcello (1973) raised a question by what right do men kill other men? This paper have studies of Adina Nicoleta (2011), Maestro Marcello (1973), Reiman, J. H. (1985), Davis, M. (1981), Kim, R. C. C. (1965) argument, discussion and research in relation death penalty, its history and needful of same in today’s world. Keywords: Death penalty, Abolishment, United States of America. DEATH PENALTY ABOLISHMENT 3 Should the Death Penalty in the USA be abolished? Death penalty, Capital punishment or Execution is a punishment by death. The sentence is referred to as a Death sentence. Crimes that can result in a death penalty are known as capital crimes. Capital punishment has, in the past, been practiced by most societies, as a punishment for criminals, and political or religious dissidents. With the passage of time the question is raised on different method of death penalty practices, at the end it ended with necessity of death penalty in modern era. Many
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