The Abolition of Capital Punishment in Australia
Capital Punishment is punishment of a crime by death. The death penalty was abolished in Queensland in 1922, New South Wales in 1955, Tasmania in 1968, Victoria in 1975, South Australia in 1976 and Western Australia in 1984. Since that time debate has raged as whether or not capital punishment should be re-introduced. This essay examines the case for and the case against the use of capital punishment.
One of the main reasons against capital punishment was abolished in Australia was that the justice system is not always correct. …
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