Absolutely I want them to get it right.<quoted text>
I wonder if you'd feel that way if you were wrongly convicted and waiting on death row. It HAS happened, you know...
It's (an attempt) to make sure they got it right (the conviction). You DO want them to get it right, don't you?
Since DNA testing, there have been numerous cases of wronged imprisonment.
But it does depend on the case,facts,evidence,and etc.
The justice system, in my opinion,needs an overhaul.
Men who are absolutely guilty, and evidence of proof, and sentenced to death, are on death row for 20 years,wasting tax dollars. Do you think THAT is fair?
I believe certain criminals are not rehabilitatable.
Our prison systems are overwhelmingly crowded. They also get conveniences that should not be allowed. It's like a party,and they aren't really "suffering" for the crimes they committed. A good percentage of criminals who have served their timed and released, end up back in the system. And the cycle repeats.