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Ending the Death Penalty Of all the wrong doings that take place I believe the death penalty is the worst of them all I am strongly against the death penalty because it violates Gods rules costs the tax payers too much money prisoners could be wrongly convicted and it is cruel and unusual punishment The first reason why I do not support having the death penalty is because it violates religious beliefs Murdering any person no matter what the individual has been convicted of is a mortal sin I believe that religious beliefs such as the Ten Commandments are the corner stone for our law system Also there is the fact that tax payers waste too much of their money with the death penalty in place The average death penalty case is appealed three times This means that the tax payers must pay for the same trial to be heard three times This is a very expensive practice Why spend the tax payers money to keep these inmates in jail for so long Tax payers money should go to better society not to accommodate the prisoners that are going to end up executed Another major reason for opposing the death penalty is the possibility of a wrong conviction There have been numerous cases in which it is determined that the person executed did not commit the crime New evidence may be found years after the individual has been put to death There is no way to say sorry and get that persons life back Alas court appointed attorneys are often too over-worked and inexperienced to be of adequate assistance to the accused The person may be convicted of a crime they didnt commit and subsequently but to death It is the right of everyone in this country to have a fair trial Finally the death penalty should be abolished because it is cruel punishment To take
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