Why should capital punishment not be abolished in Georgia
Capital punishment is the sentence of death upon a person by the state as a punishment for an offence. Crimes that can result in a death penalty are known as capital crimes or capital offences. Capital punishment has in the past been practiced by most societies although currently only fifty-eight nations actively practice it, with ninety-six countries having abolished it. Capital punishment should not be abolished in the state of Georgia because of easy way out, wrongful convictions, and expense.
There is an argument to be made that death is too good for the worst criminals. Let them wake up and go to bed every day of their lives in a prison cell. Let them wake up and think about freedom they do not have. Maybe if they spend enough time in prison they can change their ways and help out others.In some ways be an example for other children and write books like Tookie Williams did.
Sometimes the legal system gets it wrong. In the last thirty-five years in the U.S. 130 people have been released from death row because they were exonerated by DNA evidence. These were all people that were found guilty beyond reasonable doubt. In the older days they did not have the CSI and all the technology they have today. So, as long as the death penalty is in place, there is always a guarantee to execute an innocent person.
There are higher pre-trials expenses, longer trials, jury sequestration, extra expenses associated with prosecuting and defending a death penalty case. It cost tax payers much more to execute prisoners than to imprison them.Instead of spending tax payers money for an execution it should be used for something more positive. The money could be used to help young youth that are committing violent crimes. Also, to help youth that are not committing crimes to stay on the right path.
Capital punishment is just wrong and should not be abolished in the state of Georgia. The people that are doing the...