The Pros And Cons Of Capital Punishment

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Over half the world’s countries have abolished the death penalty, the United States of America is one of the countries who haven’t. Out of the 50 states, 28 of the states don’t practice the death penalty, meaning 32 states still practice Capital punishment. Capital punishment is one of the most debated topics in America. Every argument brought up by one side of the debate is immediately challenged by the opposing side. Everyone appears to have a stance in this ongoing dispute. Although some opponents support capital punishment, it should be abolished and an alternate found in its place because it doesn’t give the victim’s family closure, the inhumane conditions during death row, and the fact it doesn’t work as a deterrent. Capital punishment is one of the most debated topics in America. Every argument brought up by one side of the debate is immediately challenged by the opposing side. Everyone appears to have a stance in this ongoing dispute. Although some opponents support capital punishment, it should be abolished and an alternate found in its place because it doesn’t give the victim’s family closure, the inhumane conditions during death row, and the fact it doesn’t work as a deterrent.
Dawn Mancarella. Darlene Farah. Sharon Risher. Jim Hall. All of these people are family members of victims that people on death row have killed. But, that's not the only thing they have in common, they also have all protested the use of Capital punishment. Jim Hall had expressed right after

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