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Wrongful Imprisonment and Death Penalty

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I always check to make sure assignments I complete are within Studypool's allotted percentage of plagiarism, yours has 0%.I completed this assignment on a word file, but I will also post it down below if you want to copy and paste it easily. *All answers are 100+ words*Thank you for your time ! 😊 Because our justice system is so flawed, do you think we should support the death penalty? Why or why not?" While I most certainly believe our justice system is flawed, I also believe we should support the death penalty in circumstances of multiple homicides. With this being said, we need to take in account the criminal and mental history behind the defendant, as well as the witnesses' reports before he/she is sentenced. In the case of Michael Morton, there simply wasn't enough evidence, witnesses, or time put into the case to even convict him of the crime; however, in instances where there are multiple witnesses, substantial evidence and a harsh criminal background, the death penalty should be implemented to potentially save others in the future. Death Penalty: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) Some of the statistics while watching Last Week Tonight with John Oliver were alarming, but not necessarily warranted. Considering China and the United States have some of the highest populations in the world, it's not surprising to me that they, along with many other countr...

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