'life Sentence' Should Be Offenders Entire Life. Year 11 Essay (Oral Persuasive)

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Hook: when you hear the phrase ‘life sentence’ spoken in court what comes to mind? Personally, I think of a person spending the rest of their life until death in prison. Would you believe me if I told you that the so called ‘life sentence’ here in Australia is only 25 years’ imprisonment. My name is Amrit Kaur and today I will be talking to you about the imprisonment of murder.
Murder, the act of unlawful killing of another human being without justification or excuse, that is the most common definition found. Hearing the word alone sends shivers down my back, then reading the definition, that there are some sick minded people, that end other people’s lives without justification or excuse, and that these people are living freely in the same country or suburb, maybe even the same street as us, and that’s not alright. They have come out of this so called life sentence after committing this horrendous crime and are not behind bars. A life sentence should be the criminal’s whole life in jail not just 25 years of there life, and should be until the day they die. These criminals are putting our whole society in danger and it’s not fair for the family that had to deal with the loss.
Think of someone you love that you spend nearly every day with, a mum, dad, sister, brother, uncle or even aunty any one that you love. Can you imagine them being taken away from you not just for a few days but the rest of your life? You would miss them an awful lot, not being able to hear their voice, hold their hand, talk with them even just be with them. How would you feel? Because that’s how they feel, the families whose loved ones were murdered must go through that every single day. Just because of one ignorant basted, but he can still be with his family and talk with them, but most importantly his still here living but that person that we lost is never coming back, and that’s not...

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