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Classical criminology placed great emphasis on punishment being a deterrent to criminal behavior. Is that the belief of the criminal justice system? Do we punish known offenders to deter them or society from wanting to commit crime? Or is there another purpose for punishment? Beccaria and Bentham indicated the need for a balance between pleasure and pain. Why not make all crimes punishable by death? Would that not be the ultimate deterrent? Response of 400 – 500 words with examples. Ensure that the essay is written and cited in APA format. Ensure that you utilize critical writing and critical thinking

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There have been more than 140 people exonerated from death rows across the United States. What impact would the use of DNA analysis have upon capital cases in the future? Would people across the United States change their opinion about capital punishment because of this? Response of 400 – 500 words with examples. Ensure that the essay is written and cited in APA format. Ensure that you utilize critical writing and critical thinking

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What is the history of biological theory in contemporary criminology? Utilize the text, lectures, and outside sources, particularly the Park Online Library. Response of 400 – 500 words with examples. Ensure that the essay is written and cited in APA format. Ensure that you utilize critical writing and critical thinking

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Some biological theorists claimed to have identified a relationship between body type and criminal behavior. Might there be any truth to such claims? If so, how can we be sure? Utilize the text, lectures, and outside sources, particularly the Park Online Library. Response of 400 – 500 words with examples. Ensure that the essay is written and cited in APA format. Ensure that you utilize critical writing and critical thinking

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Is the Death Penalty the Panacea to Crime? - Outline
Thesis Statement; The criminal justice system no longer needs death as a punishment, let alone
as its panacea.
I. Introduction
An introduction to punishment and its place in the social contract establishes a working
order of the society.
II. Analysis
A Brief background on classical criminology
The analysis that moves the object of punishment from deterrence to new age principles
The lack of deterrence of the death penalty in the new age of htr criminal justice system
III. Conclusion
Reiterating the thesis helps to sum up the thesis.


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