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5/7/09 The death penalty is NOT a deterrent States with the death penalty do not have a significant difference in murder rates in comparison to states without the death penalty.
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5/7/09 The death penalty is NOT a deterrent A survey of former and present presidents of the country’s top academic criminological societies found that 84% of these experts rejected the notion that research had demonstrated any deterrent effect from the death penalty.
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Unformatted text preview: 5/7/09 Faulty Lawyers and Trials = Exonerations 5/7/09 Racially Discriminatory 5/7/09 $ Too Costly $ Death penalty trials cost approximately 48% more than non death penalty trials. It would take 50 years to cost the government $1 million to keep in inmate, while the cost of the trials alone for death penalty cases cost well over $1 million. Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/09 A License to Kill?...
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