Crime and Punishment 

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  • Crime and Punishment
    • KeyWords
      • Punishment
        • the infliction or imposition of a penalty as retribution for an offence
      • Prison
        • a building to which people are legally committed as a punishment for a crime or while awaiting trial
      • Protection
        • the action of protecting, or the state of being protected
      • Retribution
        • punishment inflicted on someone as vengeance for a wrong or criminal act
      • Deterrent
        • a thing that discourages or is intended to discourage someone from doing something
      • Vindication
        • The defense, such as evidence or argument, that serves to justify a claim or deed.
      • Reformed
      • Capital Punishment
        • The legally authorized killing of someone as punishment for a crime
      • White collar crime
        • Crimes such as fraud, it is generally carried out by the upper class
    • Exsamples
      • The Samaritans
    • People
      • Gandhi
        • "An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind'
      • Derek Bentley
        • A teen boy of who was hung for the his part in the killing of a police man. He is famously said to have told his friend 'Chris Craig' to 'let him have it' when referring to the police man .
      • Chris Craig
        • Derek Bentley
          • A teen boy of who was hung for the his part in the killing of a police man. He is famously said to have told his friend 'Chris Craig' to 'let him have it' when referring to the police man .
        • He was let of free and given a new identity as he was to young to be hung for the shooting of the police officer
      • Bentham
        • He was an 18th century philosopher whoes ideas influenced the development of welfarism.
    • Quotes
      • "Love thy Neighbour'
      • 'Eye for an eye'
      • "An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind'
  • When someone changes for the better
    • Reformed

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