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  • Sin
    • Adultery
    • actions against God
    • Lying
    • Murder
  • Why do people commit crime?
    • sexual offences
    • other theft offences
    • violence against the person
    • burglary
    • robbery
    • offences against vehicles
    • Drugs
    • fraud
    • Criminals damage
    • Revenge
    • Mental health
    • envy
  • Aims of Punishment
    • Protection
      • Keeping public from being harmed threatened or injured by criminals
    • Reformation
      • To change someone for better behaviour such as education
    • Deterrence
      • To stop criminals from doing crimes again
    • Retribution
      • Revenge
    • Vindication
      • Criminals should be punished to show that they can respect the law and it is right
    • Reparation
      • To help criminals to be better again
        • community service
        • working without getting paid

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