Punishment has been a part of our history for hundreds of years. Sumarian records have
been found showing where the death penalty was given at a murder trial (Lyons & Stephen,
2003). In the days of old punishments were a public spectacle. “Rubbing the noses of offenders
in the community context was an essential part of the process of ripping and healing, which
criminal justice was supposed to embody (Friedman, p. 48, 1993). Crowds would cheer on the
executioner, and taunt the condemned. During colonial times, Americans lived by laws that were
transferred from England and adapted to local conditions . . .
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