Sentencing in Canada
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Engaging the law in Canada is dry in many ways.
Ethics consider some ways to brighten the cruel ways law enforcement and sentencing by the court treat people.
It’s like saying, how would you like to be struck in the face?
Recently, there has been some cruelty removed from sentencing which is considered controversial because of the cases it effects.
How can we be just when banality colours our outlook on humanity or being dignified to people?
Well, we are bias to that part of humanity we see as unfit, cruel to others and a danger to society.
We don’t always see this slippery slope.
Punishment is processed by attitude that usually colours our outcomes.
Today we use the legal system to regulate punishment.
Consider this when you deal out your own form of punishment to yourself or others.