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Of it's budget problem? They are talking about releasing many, many violent criminals(rapists, murders, ect). Why don't they simply execute the worst of these? I mean how many times does someone have to rape little girls only to be picked up, put in jail, and then go back out and rape and kill another little girl before they get the idea they don't care about jail? I could go on and on with examples of how gang members will just kill again once they get out, or drug dealers will deal again, or rapists will find new victims. I know this may seem cold, but isn't death to criminals a better alternative then putting them back on the streets?
To the first answerer, The constitution has been a little unpopular in the USA of late, as congress often tries to pass a law then justify it's overextension of power, it has been argued before that someone going from one sidewalk to the other is interstate commerce, or that the pills that were made in one state and then transported to another for medicine counted as interstate commerce, in laws prohibiting interstate commerce of health insurance. You should check out the interstate commerce clause.
It is not cheap to execute criminals either. After decades of moral arguments reaching biblical proportions, after long, twisted journeys to the nation's highest court and back, the death penalty may be abandoned by several states for a reason having nothing to do with right or wrong: Money. Turns out, it is cheaper to imprison killers for life than to execute them, according to a series of recent surveys. Tens of millions of dollars cheaper, politicians are learning, during a tumbling recession when nearly every state faces job cuts and massive deficits. So an increasing number of them are considering abolishing capital punishment in favor of life imprisonment, not on principle but out of financial necessity. "It's 10 times more expensive to kill them than to keep them alive," though most Americans believe the opposite, said Donald McCartin, a former California jurist known as "The Hanging Judge of Orange County" for sending nine men to death row.
What we need to do is start good ol fashioned executions. That would deter crime more and cut the budget down. ------------- It is ten times more because of the cost of court panels and appeals. Just execute them right away and it will be ten times cheaper than a life sentence.
It is against the constitution of California and the USA to execute some one because of economic benefit.
If an inmate has not been sentenced to the death penalty, it's off the table. Read: Due process. Vermont is not considering releasing death row inmates.
California will never execute a person that can act like they are rehabilitated so they can kill or rape again and again. it is the leftist coast where no criminal shall go unpunished until caught again then set free later