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Should Criminal Punishments Only Be Based on Culpability?
Criminal punishments should be based only on the offenders' culpability rather than the damages caused by the criminal act or other outcomes derived from the punishment.
The measurements of damages or other outcomes caused by a criminal act are more vulnerable to subjectivity than the measurement of culpability is.
It is only legitimate to imprison persons in proportion to their blameworthiness.
Premeditated orange theft can incur higher culpability than murder in the heat of the moment. This must be wrong, because murder has a higher moral weight.
Consequences of actions are the most important consideration when assessing the moral weight of the crime.
Rehabilitation and Deterrence are important parts of criminal justice and should be protected.
Should Criminal Justice Sentences be Exclusively Comprised of Community Time and Fines?
Should prisons exist?
How should society deal with convicted pedophiles?