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This House believes that minor crimes should be pursued with the same vigour as serious crimes

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Background and Context of Debate:

Serious crimes get more attention are investigated with greater vigour than minor crimes (=small financial crimes, pickpocketing, crimes without the consequence of serious injury). Is that right, is that fair (given that 60% of all the victims are victims of minor crimes)?

Efficiency:

Pro

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Justice:

Pro

  • Minor crimes affect a wider part of society. Minor crimes trouble our society as they are more common, affect more people, have more victims. If we want our legal system to make sense, we should try to punish as many criminals as possible, thus investigate minor crimes with same same vigour as serious crimes.





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