The death penalty equals a safer community for all citizens
A heinous crime has been committed and now only seconds away from death by lethal injection, the family members of the victim now sit in the witness viewing room. They are only separated by the wall unit that connects to the death bed in the death chamber and justice that seemed such an eternity away is about to be served. The death penalty is the killing of a person by judicial process for punishment. Crimes that can result in a death penalty are known as capital crimes or capital offences. Capital punishment, or the death penalty, should be mandatory for those who are convicted of murder.
Almost every culture throughout history relied on capital punishment as a necessary tool to maintain order. The only things that have changed throughout time were the crimes deemed punishable and the methods used to execute the convicted. Some think that the death penalty should be legalized in all fifty states, to deter citizens from murderous crimes, keep offenders off the streets, and reduce prison cost to the taxpayers.
There is no greater crime than when a man takes a fellowman’s life. Without laws and punishment the people would just roam free and do as they please, thus causing ciaos. There will never be an end to murders and crime in society. All that capital punishment can do is lower the numbers of crimes; because it would scare citizens by showing them that they will be punished for the crimes they commit (Death Penalty). Every one less violent criminal that exist would mean a safer place for all. Capital punishment is a way to a safer society, meaning that some heinous criminal will never again walk on the streets, and that makes the society a somewhat safer place. When you give a killer the death penalty it would reinsure that the man or woman will never commit murder again. Also, it gives a feeling of closure for the victim’s family.
Criminals deserve to die in jail, not stay in jail for the rest of...