Is Capital Punishment Justified?
Is capital punishment justified? Should people convicted of crime be punished in a hard way? Should the state of Florida remain the same rules for capital punishment? My answer is yes, it should stay the same way it is if we want the world to be a better place for living. The State must remain punishing people for first degree murder, capital drug trafficking, and capital sexual battery. All of these crimes should be handled by execution or imprisoned depending on how much was involved at the crime scene. Although the execution process now is lethal injection, I think the person can have a choice on how to be executed. First degree murder is one of the capital punishment now and it’s been charged in a lot of cases. First degree murder is the unlawful killing of another human being with malice aforethought, and generally this state of mind distinguishes murder from other forms of unlawful homicide. If someone is charged for first degree murder, which means he killed someone for no reason and by force why should that person be living if he took another life. He/she should be executed or imprison for life in the deepest, darkest hole on earth for doing something like that. That beaning said I think first degree murder is justified for the reason of someone beaning killed for no reason what so ever. Capital drug trafficking is when someone is carrying out or bringing in a large amount of drugs into the state. Traditionally, federal capital punishment has been reserved only for cases involving the death of an individual. However, both federal law and two individual states, Florida and Missouri, allow for the death penalty for trafficking excessively large amounts of Malvarez 2
drugs. For carrying excessive drugs I think the state of Florida should remain forcing that law and punishment for those who think they know it all. In these cases there...
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