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Death Penalty should be Illegal Each year in America there are about 250 people added to death row and 35 executed The death penalty is the harshest form of punishment in the United States today Once the jury has proved a criminal guilty they go to the second part of the trial - the punishment phase Lethal injection is the most common form of death Capital Punishment is a difficult issue and there are as many different opinions as there are people In this country Capital Punishment is not allowed but in America it is legal and it should not be I think that Capital Punishment should be made illegal in America The reasons I think that this should be illegal are Firstly it is possible to execute someone who is innocent If this does happen it cannot be undone whereas if they had been put in jail they could be released and given compensation Secondly I think that death penalty is almost not a punishment because you are not around to be punished like if you were in jail with the poor living conditions and no freedom The opposing side strongest argument would be in 1991 a young mother was rendered helpless and made to watch as her baby was executed The mother was then mutilated and killed The killer should not live in some prison with three meals a day clean sheets cable TV family visits and endless appeals For justice to prevail some killers just need to die Another reason I think that Capital Punishment should be made illegal is that life imprisonment without parole serves the same purposes as this at less cost Right now to execute someone in The US it costs approximately three times the amount it would to have them serve a life sentence in prison The money used to pay for the death row including court appeals comes
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