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Should Life Without Parole sentences be abolished?
Life Without Parole sentences should be abolished everywhere.
LWOP is a failure because the State is not able to efficiently integrate criminals back into society.
Harsher punishment doesn't work. It does make a criminal smarter and safer about getting caught. Without a different path to choose, most reoffend.
Life without parole sentences cost taxpayers unnecessary money.
Life without parole sentences are harsh and cruel forms of punishment.
Life with parole is often de facto life without parole.
People who can't fit into society shouldn't be allowed into society.
Life without parole sentence amplifies the problems of the criminal justice system.
It provides justice to survivors of murder victims and allows more resources to be invested into solving other murders and preventing violence.
Life without parole provides swift, severe, and certain punishment.
Life without the possibility of parole is a better alternative to capital punishment.
Life without parole sentences are able to deter crime.
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