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    arguments in the U.S. today deals with the death penalty on whether we should get rid of it or keep it around. Being also know as capital punishment it is used in order to keep people in line. The very first known use of capital punishment was back in Eighteenth Century B.C., which assigned twenty five different crimes. The death penalty is characterized as a cruel punishment by death penalty in states, pros of the death penalty, cons of the death penalty, and the Constitution. This is important

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    4 11/29/14 Pro for death penalty: Good evening everyone my name is T’Asia Bell and my debate position is pro death penalty. I am pro for capital punishment depending upon the crime type up to a certain degree for an example murder, rape, homicides and ECT base on the case what the criminal has done. Everybody life is valuable in some kind of way and we are made for different purposes on this earth, and violence is not acceptable, and will never be. Capital punishment or death penalty is the executing

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    the federal death row that’s a con and a pro, is common sense, lately bolstered by stats tells us that the death penalty deter murder. People fear nothing more than death. This information came from procon.org irrevocable mistakes since the reinstatement of the new age death penalty 87 people have been freed from death row, later on they were proven innocent. That is a demonstrated error rate of 1 innocent person for every seven executed. Cost of death vs life in prison death penalty case is expensive

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    Still today, the death penalty is a major controversy in numerous states all over the United States. It's hard to grasp the idea of putting another human to death. The death penalty is an execution style punishment which is usually used against criminal's who have committed a horrific crime. The are many arguments that the death penalty goes against the eighth amendment, which was struck down by the Supreme Court. I believe that the death penalty should be abolished everywhere in America. I think

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    that the death penalty is the only way to go in most murder or rape charges, this may be true given some of the circumstances in the most gruesomeness of crimes. With majority of our nation’s states still aiding capital punishment as the death penalty it is fair to say that the United States of America is Pro-Death Penalty. Politics across the country that are Pro-Death Penalty use arguments consisting of the following key points: The death penalty is an effective deterrent, the death penalty is cheaper

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    regarding the death penalty as we approach 2009. Everyone here understands that capital punishment is a very controversial topic in the United States. In Texas, from December 1982 through August 2008, only 361 criminals of the millions of Texans in our good state were executed for the wickedest

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    Pro Death Penalty

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    The Death Penalty, first established in the 18th Century B.C, is a punishment of execution for those who are legally convicted of capital murder. The death penalty is legal in 32 U.S. states. The death penalty should not be legal in America because it does not deter crime effectively, it is very costly, mistakes could be made, and it is unconstitutional. Many questions arise from this punishment because there is no real justification. The death penalty should not be legal because it does not deter

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    Pro Death Penalty History

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    keep the death penalty, just last October there was a vote to reinstate the death penalty in Nebraska. Also national demographics show that the country is pro death penalty and other than one time over 50 years ago they always have been. The law as old as time. The death penalty has been around as long as any historian can remember. Actually the oldest recorded law, Code of Hammurabi, had its own version of the death penalty. The Code of Hammurabi had 25 laws that were punishable by death. Jump forward

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    Death Penalty The Death Penalty: killing people that kill people to show people that killing people is wrong. Use of the death penalty in the United States has always been controversial. Some people believe that it is a fair system in which criminals pay for the crimes they committed and to prevent future crimes. While others believe that it is a broken system, often punishing innocent civilians to a cruel and inhumane death. Furthermore, the method in which the death penalty is executed is a

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    Thinking about a topic, in my opinion, has been a difficult task to do. After months of planning, I have chosen to write about the pro of the death penalty. As a whole, I believe about the notion that everyone deserves to be treated fairly both mentally and physically. In other words, the constitutional rights of others is important to me whether a person is guilty or not in my point of view. As soon as I feel that a person has been treated unfairly or they have received a lack of justice, I feel

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