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Is it necessary to have a fixed punishment of each kind of crime or is it important to add the motivation of commitment and other aspects into consideration of sentencing

These days there are thousands of different laws in many countries and each of them has its own way to assign punishments to particular kinds of crime. However, sometimes those sentences do not fit the crimes, which is terribly unfair for people involving the case. Therefore, many people strongly believe that it is necessary to take the motivation and the circumstances of any specific case into account when judging it and I am not an exception.

To begin with, it is noticeable that crimes are more and more complicated than they are in the past .This leads to an inevitable consequence that laws can not be sufficient in providing reasonable punishments for every individual crime. For instance, when it comes to illegal drug using , criminals always come up with new kind of addictive substances ,which are so new that nobody can categorise them. As a result, the judge will have to decide to hand out a punishment by his own view or to release the accused because of lack of evidence.

In addition, each case has a unique circumstances or conditions relating to where the crime took root and the way that the law commiter react with those who are in charge of investigation. A good example of this is when we have to distinguish between murder and manslaughter. Obviously, although those two kind of crime are far different in terms of seriousness , the boder between them is usually blurry. If we keep using the infexible rules in the way we judge crimes , there will be a lot of mistakes made.

However, considering the motivations and conditions of each case require a changeable view of some individuals, which are sometimes not really relieable. The most smart and faithful judge can make the most terrible wrong decision, let alone those who are young and unthoughtful. Moreover, sometimes we also read or hear of some criminals who is also the man that took responsibility for assigning hunderds of crimes .This stirs up a question among us that how we can account on a government that allows judges to make decision on his own without any supervison.
In conclusions, in some cases deciding on the punishment with consideration of motivation and condition of crimes is risky , especialy when the judge is not reliable. However, keep using rigid rules and ignore all other sides of problems just deteriorates them. In my opinion, we still need to consider those aspects carefully and try our best to give that kind of power to trustworthy people.In this way, we can minimize our mistakes down to the least and bring justice to as many citizens as possible.

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These days there are thousands of different laws in many countries and each of them has its own way to assign punishments to particular kinds of crime. However, sometimes those sentences do not fit the crimes, which is terribly unfair for people involving the case. Therefore, many people strongly believe that it is necessary to take the motivation and the circumstances of any specific case into account when judging it and I am not an exception.

These days there are thousands of different laws in many countries and each country has its own way to assign punishments to different kinds of crime. However, sometimes those sentences do not fit the crimes, which is extremely unfair for people involved in the case. Therefore, many people strongly believe that it is necessary for the judgement to take into account the motivation and the circumstances of any specific case when judging it and I am not an exception.

To begin with, it is noticeable that crimes are more and more complicated than they are in the past .This leads to an inevitable consequence that laws can not be sufficient in providing reasonable punishments for every individual crime. For instance, when it comes to illegal drug using , criminals always come up with new kind of addictive substances ,which are so new that nobody can categorise them. As a result, the judge will have to decide to hand out a punishment by his own view or to release the accused because of lack of evidence.

To begin with, it is noticeable that crimes are getting more and more complicated than they were in the past. This leads to an inevitable consequence that laws cannot be sufficient in providing reasonable punishments for every individual crime. For instance, when it comes to illegal drugs using, criminals always come up with novel kinds of addictive substances (no comma here) which are so new that nobody can categorise them. As a result, the judge will have to decide to hand out a punishment by his own view or to release the accused because of the lack of evidence.

In addition, each case has a unique circumstances or conditions relating to where the crime took root and the way that the law commiter react with those who are in charge of investigation. A good example of this is when we have to distinguish between murder and manslaughter. Obviously, although those two kind of crime are far different in terms of seriousness , the boder between them is usually blurry. If we keep using the infexible rules in the way we judge crimes , there will be a lot of mistakes made.

In addition, each case has a unique circumstance or condition related to how the crime took root and the way that the law violator react with those who are in charge of investigation. A good example of this is when we have to distinguish between murder and manslaughter. Obviously, although these two kinds of crime are far different in terms of seriousness, the boundary between them may get blurry. If we keep using the rigid rules in the way we judge crimes, there may be a lot of mistakes made.

However, considering the motivations and conditions of each case require a changeable view of some individuals, which are sometimes not really relieable. The most smart and faithful judge can make the most terrible wrong decision, let alone those who are young and unthoughtful. Moreover, sometimes we also read or hear of some criminals who is also the man that took responsibility for assigning hunderds of crimes .This stirs up a question among us that how we can account on a government that allows judges to make decision on his own without any supervison.

However, the consideration of the motivations and conditions in each case may require judges to change views, which leads to the problem of reliability. Even the smartest and trustiest judge can make the worst decision, let alone those who are young and unthoughtful. Moreover, sometimes we also read or hear of a criminal who is also the man that took responsibility for assigning hundreds of crimes (I do not understand this sentence). This raises the question among us that how we can count on a government that allows judges to make decision on their own without any supervision.

In conclusions, in some cases deciding on the punishment with consideration of motivation and condition of crimes is risky , especialy when the judge is not reliable. However, keep using rigid rules and ignore all other sides of problems just deteriorates them. In my opinion, we still need to consider those aspects carefully and try our best to give that kind of power to trustworthy people.In this way, we can minimize our mistakes down to the least and bring justice to as many citizens as possible.

In conclusion, in some cases, deciding on the punishment with the consideration of motivation and condition of crimes is risky, especially when the judge is not reliable. However, keep using rigid rules and ignore all other aspects just deteriorate the situation. In my opinion, we still need to consider these aspects carefully and try our best to give that power to trustworthy people. In this way, we can minimize our mistakes down to the least and bring justice to as many citizens as possible.

 

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