Which is more important, rehabilitating (yes) or deterring (no) criminals?

Asked by: MistyBlue
  • Well mate my opinion is...

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  • Rehabilitation solves problems

    The rehabilitation of criminals solves far more problems than a deterrence-focused legal system. Deterring crime ultimately means many people who commit relatively victimless crimes will receive far higher penalties than they deserve, and there is nothing to indicate that deterrence at any level (even under dictators) could prevent much crime.

  • Deterring is more important.

    Rehabilitating is a great thing because it gives people the chance to fix their mistakes and become a better person. However, deterring people from ever committing crimes in the first place would be more effective because then we do no have to spend time and money to help them get back together.

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