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What is capital punishment? a. death is the punishment for crimes committed c. probation is possible in a long sentence b. natural life is spent in prison d. punishment is based upon behavior in prison
A capital punishment: death is the punishment for crimes committed.
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A capital punishment: death is the punishment for crimes committed.
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