There are two ways in which one can look at judicial penalties and convictions. One is to look at them as retributive justice which is centered around the criminal, and which seeks penalty for the sake of punishing criminal. The other way is to look at penalty as a deterrent, with the objective of preventive crime. In the second case, a stronger penalty, such as death sentence, is expected to protect the victim as well as the potential criminal.
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