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People with retribution theories may decide the severity of punishment different from people with incapacitation theories. For example, a dishonest stockbroker who stole from pensioners to support a lavish lifestyle might be punished severely by someone seeking retribution, but someone seeking incapacitation might impose a milder punishment, arranging to keep the stockbroker from ever working again in Wnance (so he or she could not steal again).
Another example is with the death penalty.
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