Death Penalty 3Should the Death Penalty Be Allowed?The United States legal system has been mostly exploited as a reference instrument by many nations around the world who desire to form a fair and unbiased legal entity as well as observing to the principles of natural justice. The country has, however, not reached the level that guarantees a perfect impartiality delivery of justice. This is because of issues such as political, social and economic have made some of the state and state regulations debatable in several sections of this society. Death penalty laws and regulations are one legal focus, and there are currently thirty-three states in the nation that have so far legalized it. Several countries around the globe are pursuing to abolish this principle because of its adverse effects of carrying out penalties of death. Many opinions have been set out to support why the U.S should follow the same course.In many cases, the state and federal juries are in support of the idea using death penalty so as to prevent people committing certain criminal cases that lead to this form of capital punishment. It means that crime victim’s justice is hardly considered and natural justice principle is in a way disregarded which a vital feature in regards to law is. When a court awards a death penalty, the results are inhuman. Statistically, figures give a contrasting and a different opinion. Cases of murder are more in countries which support the death penalty punishments more than those that such laws do not exist at all.