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Crime and punishment have been around since the dawn of time Each time period had its way to deal with it Some of the ways worked and some did not The Romans forced criminals to fight one another to the death And even in the early American ages of very religious times they had many cruel and even barbaric forms of punishment such as beheadings and tarring and feathering people These types of punishments were real horrible for criminals in the past but in more recent years the punishments and life for criminals has gotten a lot lighter It is now a lot harder to get a criminal put in jail for his or her full sentence and even if the criminal incarcerated he or she have many ways of wasting the taxpayers money And even a criminal who has the death penalty usually sits on death row for years and appeals numerous times wasting our money even more It is things like this and others as such that make the criminal justice system such a problem in our society today In our nation from the point a person is arrested for committing a crime he or she is given all the breaks that can be given A people could get off of a murder just because they werent read their rights properly After being arrested the people are then taken to the police station where they may or may not go to jail They either get their date to appear before the judge or go to jail to await their trial While in jail they get fed they get to be sociable and they even get to play sports and work out It sounds like a vacation A person is supposed to be in jail for a reason but not to do normal everyday things and waste tax dollars Many examples of criminals wasting money go on every day Inmates of prisons are always
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