Capital Punishment day seven week one critical thinking

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Capital Punishment Critical Thinking 205 Capital Punishment Consideration University of Phoenix Mark S Watson November 8, 2009 Wendy Leatherwood Capital Punishment - to die for a crime committed. As a strong advocate for capital punishment my position is in support of it. If a person bases their life on morals and ethical value’s, a person who murder’s in cold blood, shows no remorse, or regard for innocent human lives, young or old, and is proven beyond reasonable doubt in a court of law with unquestionable evidence, then they should be put to death. The Constitution of America states ‘no one should be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process’. The victim is not given their constitutional right to live when it is taken by another. As long as due process is followed and correctly applied within the judicial system, the legal system should have the right to take the criminals own constitutional right to life away through the use of capital punishment for their crime. Consideration should be given to evidence
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before deciding on type of conviction. Unquestionable evidence should only be allowed before
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