Based on the aforementioned arguments, it is concluded that the death penalty is an unfair and rather ineffective means of punishment.
It is fine when they complement each other, but if they are skewed, it causes negative consequences.
Among all possible punishments, the death penalty is the most extreme, and likely, the most ineffective and unfair type of punishment for any crime.
During this period, the defendant remains incarcerated and his or her maintenance is paid for with taxpayers’ money.
Additional pre-trial time is needed to impose a death sentence with the involvement law experts, attorneys, and additional trials (Dieter).