The Court of Public Opinion: Where Punishment is Almost Certain, Actual Guilt Not so Much

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Due process in court is one thing. In the court of public opinion, it is a much more fluid notion, entangling questions of what is fair, what is reasonable to believe, and what rings emotionally true.

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5 – The purpose of punishment is deterrence, not revenge. Certainty and swiftness of punishment, rather than severity, best secure this goal 6 – Imprisonment should be more widely employed, with better quarters and with prisoners classified by age, sex, and degree of criminality

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If not, who should champion capital punishment. and protect the general public without executing the guilty. Earlier this year, Pope Francis built upon Pope John Paul II’s teaching. He ordered the.

I emphasize only that foremost among the "moral concepts" recognized in our cases and inherent in the Clause is the primary moral principle that the State, even as it punishes, must treat its citizens in a manner consistent with their intrinsic worth as human beings — a punishment must not be so severe as to be degrading to human dignity.