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Crime and Law

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CRIME AND LAW
To ensure the fairness to each crime is far from easy for the judge and the society
as a whole. Several people suggest that there should be the fixed punishment so as
to guarantee the equity for all cases of crime while others think that depending on
the particularity of each situation, punishments should be varied. My essay will
analyze both views.
Proponents of the former idea, first, argue that the implementation of the fixed
punishment on each crime is conducive to the establishment of the social fairness.
For some reasons, if laws are case-sensitive, the problem is that there would be too
hard for this criminal while another may be given too lenient, derived from the
convictions of different judge panels in different places and periods of time.
Another drawback is that several lawyers who are quite fluent with words can
manipulate this flexibility in law to their advantage. However, it is equally
convincing that people commit crime for a variety of reasons. A criminal whose
life is endangered by another may resort to murder so as to protect his existence,
but that a person intentionally takes life of a person is entirely a different story.
Hence, the idea of treating these people with the same penalties proves factually
unfair to them and the consideration of each individual’s motive is a must for the
judge before reaching the final conclusion on their destiny.
Another reason in support for the set law on crime is its educational value to the
society. Only after knowing that the punishment for any crime related to murder is
tantamount to the death penalty do people become afraid and try to restrain
themselves in any situation. By dint of this, the crime rate in the society is lower.
Nevertheless, the paradox is that each nation has its own belief and view towards
the crime. In countries where Islamism is dominating, committing adultery is
regarded as dangerous as killing someone, but in western nations, it is just people’s
choice and hardly necessary an officially sinful act. At various stages of evolution
as well, shop-lifting is a common and acceptable crime in developing areas where
people, because of extreme poverty, political conflicts, can hardly survive in a day
while in the developed world, such action is the clear manifestation of low
education and strong criticized with severe punishments.

My view is that both types of penalties should be co-existent, with a view to
raising people’s awareness and giving people a chance to def...
CRIME AND LAW
To ensure the fairness to each crime is far from easy for the judge and the society
as a whole. Several people suggest that there should be the fixed punishment so as
to guarantee the equity for all cases of crime while others think that depending on
the particularity of each situation, punishments should be varied. My essay will
analyze both views.
Proponents of the former idea, first, argue that the implementation of the fixed
punishment on each crime is conducive to the establishment of the social fairness.
For some reasons, if laws are case-sensitive, the problem is that there would be too
hard for this criminal while another may be given too lenient, derived from the
convictions of different judge panels in different places and periods of time.
Another drawback is that several lawyers who are quite fluent with words can
manipulate this flexibility in law to their advantage. However, it is equally
convincing that people commit crime for a variety of reasons. A criminal whose
life is endangered by another may resort to murder so as to protect his existence,
but that a person intentionally takes life of a person is entirely a different story.
Hence, the idea of treating these people with the same penalties proves factually
unfair to them and the consideration of each individual’s motive is a must for the
judge before reaching the final conclusion on their destiny.
Another reason in support for the set law on crime is its educational value to the
society. Only after knowing that the punishment for any crime related to murder is
tantamount to the death penalty do people become afraid and try to restrain
themselves in any situation. By dint of this, the crime rate in the society is lower.
Nevertheless, the paradox is that each nation has its own belief and view towards
the crime. In countries where Islamism is dominating, committing adultery is
regarded as dangerous as killing someone, but in western nations, it is just people’s
choice and hardly necessary an officially sinful act. At various stages of evolution
as well, shop-lifting is a common and acceptable crime in developing areas where
people, because of extreme poverty, political conflicts, can hardly survive in a day
while in the developed world, such action is the clear manifestation of low
education and strong criticized with severe punishments.
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