Yes. Depending on the crime though. Like if they stole somthing from a store, you would make them return it and make them apologize. But if they got in a fight, you would have to think about that one. Because they might have fought back in defence. So it depends on what crime.
a crime should be punished because according to me if a crime is not punished then criminals will start doing more crimes as they will think that they are cured
Yes, because it is a crime.
Then it would be crime because it would be acceptable. the only thing that makes something a crime is that you will get punished for it. if there are no consequences then it will not be considered a crime because everyone will be doing it. :)
i kind of think that it deppends on if the crime he did was bad enough- also, it also depends on what the punishment is, it knida also depends on the judge and jury (if the crime is bad enough-it depends on the opinion of the parents/legal gaurdian.)
The punishment should fit the crime.Added: As per the punishment that was set forth by the legislative body (as representative of 'the people') when they drafted the law.
That would depend on the crime and how long ago. Any crime against children would be NO
when same one kills someone use
"We should annex Hawaii immediately. It was a crime against the United States, it was a crime against white civilization, not to annex it two and a half years ago" -Roosevelt
Sure, if the legal system thinks you did it.
It depends on the charge. Any crime against children - NO
Yes. A felony defined as a crime that can be punished by 1 year or more in confinement or by death.
get your husband an ugly sweater for chrismas.
Because it was considered a crime not to have the "right" belief.
It depends on the severness of the crime if was was totally server they were crucified
Light pollution is not a crime yet, but buildings should atempt to reduce it. Light pollution is still a crime against the environment.
A quasi-crime refers to those offenses (not simply crimes or misdemeanors), but specifically any offenses which are not in the nature of an actual crimeQuasi-crime refers to a class of offenses against the public that have not been statutorily been declared crimes.Quasi-crime also refers to 'wrongs' that are perpetrated against the general public which are properly repressed or punished by fines and penalties.The category of quasi crime does not include any indictable offense.
Crime can be prevented by educating children on the dangers of committing crime. Parents should also be involved in their children's lives to ensure they are not getting into trouble.
An eye for an eye means that a person who steals $50 should only be punished to that degree. Not more nor less. If he kills someone, then that is much more serious and should be punished in some way that is equal. The punishment for a crime should be equal to that crime. No more or not less. A small amount of stealing doesn't mean the death penalty.
Death penalty is also known as capital punishment; a crime that may be punished by capital punishment is a capital offense.
A crime is something bad and illegal that a person does intentionally ( or unintentionally). Stealing someone's property is a crime, for example.A criminal (a person who commits a crime) is to be punished for it by law.A Crime scene is the place where a crime was committed.
yes you could be punished for that
the Nazis punished Jewish people ----- punishment implies crime.
Why should a man be punished for an accident.What crime had his wife's twins committed.