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Argument: Capital punishment wastes time and energy and burdens courts

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Hugo Adam Bedau. "The Case Against The Death Penalty". American Civil Liberties Union. 1992 - "Capital punishment wastes resources. It squanders the time and energy of courts, prosecuting attorneys, defense counsel, juries, and courtroom and correctional personnel. It unduly burdens the system of criminal justice, and it is therefore counterproductive as an instrument for society's control of violent crime. It epitomizes the tragic inefficacy and brutality of the resort to violence rather than reason for the solution of difficult social problems."


Richard Brown, District Attorney, New York. - It is costly to implement ... the commitment of time, money and man power necessary for a capital case is enormous and it takes from other cases.[1]

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