10 - Should the United States Governments continue to use...

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Should the United States Governments continue to use capital punishment? This is the age-old question that many have been trying to agree on for many years! The states and people in them will fight for years to come on who is correct and who is wrong, and we will all have out opinions tell the day we die. With that said I would have to say my position is that of in-between. I do believe in capital punishment only if there is witness that saw the crime being commented and or factual evidence and with out a reasonable doubt not by the defendant committed the said crime. What I do not believe is when a person is convinced for a capital punishment crime by circumstantial evidence I only believe this cases should be just life in prison sentence for these people. The fact is that the states that do allow capital punishment have “put to death 1,194 from 1977- 2010 and 13,778.00 from 1608-1976”. ( www.deathpenaltyinfo.org ) The fact that “since 1973 their has been 139 people from 26 states that have been
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