imprisonment is both supported and refuted by a majority
of people, whenever criminal acts take place. These two views are discussed before a position is declared.
It goes without saying that criminals have to be punished according to their crimes. Some people
accept as true; take to be true
is the best alternative for crimes like murdering. In fact, they believe that by receiving
a life sentence
, criminals find the golden opportunity to be trained and educated not to
to say, state, or perform again
, executing criminals may have a reverse impact on society and can provoke revenge and lead to fear and terror
long imprisonment can be replaced by other punishments
of executing. A prime example of
belief is minor crimes that usually
when young people are involved in
, strict punishment must be related to major crimes in a
marked by humanistic values and devotion to human welfare
On the other hand
, those people who have been
from criminals, tend to insist on
an appropriate punishment
the appropriate punishment
, relating to various crimes.
, an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth is strongly proposed
of mitigating circumstances like
sentence or other punishments.
, They think criminals have to be severely punished by strict laws and regulations.
, they believe if criminals be punished severely, other potential offenders might learn a lesson and not do the same.
, it is of a paramount importance that intimidating punishment be utilized as a
a negative motivational influence
to avoid criminal acts in
some groups of people vote for severe punishments, others refuse them.
, I suppose that it definitely depends on the kinds of crimes and conditions,
, In my opinion, giving another chance to criminals to change their mind by mitigating circumstances and proper education may have better
than executing and