Capital punishment in the United States diferent

Capital punishment, also referred to as death penalty, the legal sentence of death, creates great polemical in all sectors of society because human lives are in play. Proponents say that it is a deterrent and retributive effect, but opponents proclaim that it is a barbaric act and try to declare it...

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Main Author: Zhunio Malla, Jeaneth Lorena
Other Authors: Ochoa Maldonado, Genner
Format: Tesis de Pregrado
Published: 2014
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Online Access:http://dspace.ucuenca.edu.ec/handle/123456789/15975
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Summary:Capital punishment, also referred to as death penalty, the legal sentence of death, creates great polemical in all sectors of society because human lives are in play. Proponents say that it is a deterrent and retributive effect, but opponents proclaim that it is a barbaric act and try to declare it unconstitutional. They consider that society and government should look for new alternatives to stop crime. Today in the United States, capital punishment is an integral part of the criminal justice system and is ordinarily enacted for heinous crimes such as murder.Capital punishment, also referred to as death penalty, the legal sentence of death, creates great polemical in all sectors of society because human lives are in play. Proponents say that it is a deterrent and retributive effect, but opponents proclaim that it is a barbaric act and try to declare it unconstitutional. They consider that society and government should look for new alternatives to stop crime. today in the United States, capital punishment is an integral part of the criminal justice system and is ordinarily enacted for heinous crimes such as murder