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Should juries take into account a person’s mental capacity in death penalty trials?

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“Yeah, because society has such a dramatic influence on a person’s mental stability.”

“Oh yeah, because I have a mental illness.”

“Yeah, because the way they were thinking at that time is why they murdered the people usually.”

“No. Lawmakers can’t pass laws on people’s mental capacities. They have to pass laws based on laws.”


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