2.) obvious only matters if its based on evidence and facts
3.) motivation is VERY important in many crimes. FOr example it can be the difference between self defense and murder.
do you not agree with self defence vs murder 1 vs 2 vs involuntary manslaughter either?
that would be a pretty ****ty law system in my opinion
4.) i disagree, especially when the crime could logically be consider worse, more dangerous etc.
like threats (ill punch you) vs terroristic threats (ill burn down the white house), or negligence (didnt fix my broken stairs at a business) vs gross negligence (didnt make sure i was gave any of my patients the right meds)
its very important to take motivation, thoughts and scale and reasonings into play in many cases/laws
5.) if theres evidence for it i think they should just like like levels of other crimes
6.) well feelings dont really matter, again its about evidence. Many people have feelings about laws etc that dont matter.
7.) no it simply shows people will value thier opinions over facts and laws. Any division is created by subjective opinions not law.