Under certain circumstances, please explain
No simply because the justice system is heavily flawed, far too much room for human error to entrust life and death decisions to random jurors.
Thank you, Quazi!
Under certain circumstances
I support the death penalty in undeniably true cases of mass murder, in which case the appeals process would be eliminated.
Society can do better, I think, than to kill people who kill people to demonstrate that killing people is wrong.
I honestly believe in someone doing the time for the crime the commit. If they kill someone they too deserve the ultimate price.