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Should Jurors Be Involved In The Execution Process?
Jurors should be involved in the execution process
People would be less likely to demand the death penalty, which is often seen as a human rights issue.
It is far too easy to condemn someone to punishment and never hear from them again.
Jurors should not be required to devote more resources to the process than they already have.
The jury generally does not issue the sentence for someone they find guilty.
Forcing jurors to participate in an execution is likely to make jurors more emotional and less rational when rendering a verdict.
Jurors may be harassed for not going through with the execution of someone society wants dead.
The death or absence of a juror can bring its own problems to the table.
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