Why the Death Penalty Should be Abolished

The death penalty has been around for as long as the beginning of the country. Methods of the death penalty have evolved, but the idea that it should remain has not. Many still believe that the death penalty is a necessary part of the government.

The death penalty is an expense on society, and it is not an efficient form of punishment.

Many believe religion backs the idea of the death penalty as well. This idea can be taken both ways, but it comes down to ethics, and there is no way the death penalty could be ethical.

The differences between a life sentence and the death penalty is between thousands and even millions of dollars.

More people have to be hired and work for a death penalty case. A death penalty case goes o for years before a final descision.

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