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The Death Penalty Tyler Fletcher Fall 2006 Political Science Capstone
Worldwide Perspective United States views on the Death penalty compared to other countries The execution of Juveniles and the mentally retarded Protection for those facing the Death penalty
History of the Death Penalty Colonial America The Early United States Statehood, Slavery, and the Western Frontier Alabama History
Influential Court Cases involving the Death Penalty Woodson v. North Carolina Gregg v. Georgia Jurek v. Texas Roberts v. Louisiana Proffit v. Florida
States with and without the Death Penalty Twelve states do not practice the death penalty Thirty Nine states do practice the death penalty with the southern states executing the most
Public Opinion on the Death Penalty Is the Death Penalty Cruel and Unusual Punishment? Does the Death Penalty deter crime? DNA testing and the risk of mistake
Methods of Execution in the United States Lethal Injection Electrocution Lethal Gas Hanging Firing Squad
What’s your view on the Death Penalty? ( Conclusion)
What is Capital Punishment?. Capital Punishment or referred to the Death Penalty is a process of which a person is put to death by the state as a.
American Government Chapter 20 Section 4. Rights of the Accused Punishment 8 th Amendment Excessive Bails and Fines Cruel and Unusual Punishment.
Correctional Facilities What happens if you are found guilty of a crime? YOU GO TO JAIL!!
The Death Penalty 8 th Amendment – Cruel and Unusual Punishment?
By Lincoln Miller CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. When a person is killed by the government. Usually for a first-degree crime. Murder is the #1 Capital Punishment.
35 out of 36 death penalty accepting states use lethal injection. Gas chambers were a popular method of execution in Electrocution is a sole execution.
Death Penalty Constitutional Questions. Constitutional? Can the death penalty be mandated for certain crimes?
Gregg v. Georgia Tiffany Browne Karisa Myers 2 nd Hour.
8 th Amendment. Punishment must fit the crime Punishments should not violate decency standards “Excessive bail shall not be required nor excessive.
© 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. McGraw-Hill Chapter 15 Death: The Ultimate Sanction 1.
Capital Punishment in The United States. Capital Punishment (the death penalty) is a legal option for sentencing in 32 states. The federal government.
The Death Penalty and the Eighth Amendment. Admin Opportunity to participate, be on the news! 2:00, Thursday, Room 117 Wooten – First 60 students – Line.
Early Death Penalty Laws The first established death penalty laws date as far back as the Eighteenth Century in the Code of King Hammaurabi of Babylon.
Capital Punishment in the United States of America By: Bryan Kolch.
Eliseo Lugo III. Prohibits cruel & unusual punishment. Text of the Amendment: Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor.
The Death Penalty By: Roselis Amezquita. - Main Points Moral Values Expenses Innocent and Executed.
Unit 1: Constitutional Interpretation and the Bill of Rights.
The Death Penalty Will Turanski Alli Morrison. Background Offenses and Crimes that can be punished by death are called capital offenses. Offenses and.
The Pros & Cons. Putting a condemned person to death.
Vanessa Ott Period 2 Honors American History. Death Penalty Planned taking of a human life Government’s Response to a crime committed.
Death Penalty. U.S. History of the Death Penalty The first recorded execution in the new colonies was of Captain George Kendall in the Jamestown colony.
Department of Criminal Justice California State University - Bakersfield CRJU 330 Race, Ethnicity and Criminal Justice Dr. Abu-Lughod, Reem Ali Color of.
© The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. McGraw-Hill CHAPTERCHAPTER FIFTEENFIFTEEN.
Criminal Justice System Unit 4: Judicial Branch Criminal Justice System Three Parts:Three Parts: Police Courts Correction s
Death Penalty Debate: Resolved… The use of the death penalty, if fairly applied, does not violate the Constitution and is a just method of punishing perpetrators.
Ronald F. White, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy College of Mount St. Joseph.
Capital Punishment Ch. 9 in Moral Choices by Scott B. Rae.
Capital punishment has been around for centuries. However, a long history does not give anyone the right to sentence a person to death based upon their.
Chapter 14 Capital Punishment & the Death Row Inmate 1.
CJ 130 Introduction to Corrections Seminar 8. SEMINAR OVERVIEW Welcome Final Project Guidelines Arguments for and against the death penalty Deterrent.
History of Capital Punishment The origin of word capital punishment and meaning of it Two types of crime in former times Death penalty in ancient Egypt.
The History of the Death Penalty 英二 1 23 rd Feb
Death Penalty By Steve Maugeri and Spencer Wiley.
Megan Burr April 8, 2010 Period: 9. Death penalty Not always practiced 13,000 since colonial times Great Depression increase then decrease.
Homework: 9 th Amendment Questions: Monday FrontPage: Do you support capital punishment? Why or why not?
Death Penalty. Unit 8 Requirements Quiz Discussion Board 2 Web Field Trip Questions Chapters 14, 15, & 16 – online material Seminar Final papers.
Amelia Perry Advanced English 12 October 16, 2009.
The Constitution explicitly permits capital punishment – if you may not be “deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law,” then you.
LO: To investigate personal and religious views on the Death Penalty.
8 th Amendment No excessive bail or fines No cruel and unusual punishment.
Unit 3 We the People BILL OF RIGHTS First 10 Amendments to the Constitution.
Cruel and Unusual Punishment
John Wentzell Intro to Public Speaking Speech #4 ARGUMENTS FOR CONSIDERING PLACEMENT OF THE DEATH PENALTY QUESTION ON THE BALLOT IN RHODE ISLAND.
Lecturer: Miljen Matijašević G10, room 6/I, Tue 15:30-16:30 Session 4, 28 Oct 2014.
The Death Penalty. Capital punishment in the UK at common law -early Norman times – felonies (castration or blinding) -by the 13th century – all felonies.
Unit 3 Day 4 (Lincoln and War) Quote: “I John Brown am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away, but with Blood.”
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