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Death Penalty in America

taylorbot
SPF

I will argue against the application of the death penalty in the United States , my opponent must argue the merits of the death penalty. Whoever is more convincing should win....

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Updated 6 Years Ago

Death penalty

joshuaXlawyer
jm_notguilty

First round is acceptance and definitions, Definitions: Punishment : to inflict pain or penalty to a person to teach them of their wrong doing....

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Updated 3 Years Ago

Resolved: The USA Should Abolish the Death Penalty

kohai
thett3

Death Penalty: Being killed for a crime Abolish: To do away with; to remove. First round acceptance only....

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Updated 3 Years Ago

Death Penalty

lilcmo3
DeFool

This arguement is for the Death Penalty. Every criminal that commits a crime such as murdering a policemen or multiple muerder should be executed. Alot of people claim that the death penalty is not a good thing to have, but it's a positive effect on making sure that the world's worst criminals don't strike again. The death penalty should be improved a little more, because today court systems always stall the case at hand trying to figure out if the person is guilty or non-guilty....

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Updated 2 Years Ago

Death Penalty

jackwilliams141
einstein22

In a word-no! The death penalty is a quick way out for people like Saddam Hussein! People like that don't deserve a quick way out! A life sentence in prison would be better, because these guys are guilty of genocide, murder, assassination, you name it! Also, in the case of innocent people, if we kill them, we can't take it back! If we sentence them to prison, then we can release them. You can't release a person from death. There was a boy in England who is the reason they don't have the death pe...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

These United States should retain the Death Penalty for murder.

thett3
larztheloser

1st round is acceptence. 2nd round is constructive, no rebuttal. 3rd-4th rounds are rebuttals. Cross examination is permitted. Good luck to my Opponent!For the purpose of this debate the Death Penalty is defined as - The punishment of execution, administered t...

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11 Comments
Updated 3 Years Ago

The Death Penalty

Balfer
TorqueDork

The first round will just be an acceptance round....

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Updated 1 Year Ago

The death penalty should be abolished

16kadams
phantom

I would like pro to argue first—I dunno, I like that setup better—and the BOP on PRO. I hold that, on balance in the US, I am for the status quo. And I am con, and pro usually gets the burden. [--Definitions--] Death Penalty -- "Capital punishment or the death penalty is a legal process whereby a person is put to death by the state as a punishment for [murder]."[1] Abolished -- Formally put to an end—in this case legally. Should -- ought NO SEMANTICS OR TROLLING, BOP AND THE D...

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41 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

Death penalty

andreamendoza
DonovanGwinn

I think death penalty should be approved in every single prision that exists in the world. Criminals need to pay for what they did, and also they need to be punished, because the crime they are acused of is something that is very serious....

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Updated 1 Year Ago

The death penalty is just

sdcharger
CiRrO

Dear Ladies and Gentleman, First of all, I would like to specifically define the topic. I do not believe that our death penalty system in the United States of America is just. Some people may have heard this before, and I will use it now: "Why do we kill people who kill people to show people that killing is wrong?" I belive that is true. Our death penalty system is designed to execute criminals who have murdered a person or maybe even more. Their crime is the act of killing people. So we...

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5 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago