Fairness race disporportionate social class differences sex compatent lawyer 76

Fairness race disporportionate social class

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Fairness – race disporportionate, social class differences, sex, compatent lawyer
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76% of people executed since 1976 were convicted of murdering white people 90% of those executed were black who killed white. 10% of white people who killed black Possible soluation - but it may be possible to reduce juror bias during the penalty phase of capital trials by providing simple instructions and by assuring a racially diverse jury. Retribution proportional retributivism - Requires that the worst crime in any society be punished with the worst penalty. Innocence The Inocent Project – instrumental in DNA exonerations of persons Marshall hypothesis - Spurred by Supreme Court Justice Marshall’s opinion for the Furman decision, it suggests that a better informed public generally would oppose the death penalty. Last public execution in August 14 th , 1936 Rainey Bethea hanged in Owensboror, Kentucky Objective 4.2 Continued Majority Support for Death Penalty Article 2011 study, 62% in favor, 31% oppose 1966 only time more oppsoition 47% than support For those that do not suuport:
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27% wrong to kill someone 27% flaws in criminal justice system For those that suupoort: 53% punishment should fit the crime 15% for cost 6% deterence
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