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Preventive Theory of Punishment

Introduction The idea of punishment is not new to man. Since the beginning of civilisation and the coming into existence of laws, punishment has been viewed as a means of mitigating crime from the society. Punishment implies conformity to societal …

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Capital Punishment in India

Introduction Capital Punishment, or death sentence, has always been seen as the most extreme form of punishment that should be awarded only in the rarest of rare cases. Passing a death sentence is not an easy decision; the case is …

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