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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

Yes, but only if there is proof someone died from the drugs they trafficked

@6R3G2YXfrom Colorado  answered…2yrs

No, and the death pendalty should be abolished because the legal system can be wrong.

@97ZLN4H from Texas answered…2 days

Yes, but only if there is proof someone died from the drugs they trafficked and drug dealers

 @David-Cooper-KY from Kentucky answered…2 days

I believe in second chances, so do the crime, do the time, if that doesn't deter someone from doing it again, get another fair trial, go to jail and throw away the key. no xbox, no working out, 23 hour a day lock down.

@97Z8ZTP from Texas answered…3 days

This depends on the individual charged with drug trafficking, some dumb college kid? Probably not, but if it’s someone who is far more powerful and dangerous yes.

@97YLK3Y from New Jersey answered…6 days

It depeds o wht else they did with drug trafficking ad how much impact they had

@97XXBJB from Florida answered…7 days

I feel that this has to be taken on a case by case situation. I’m not against the death penalty, but it should be used accordingly.

@97XJ4XF from Maryland answered…1wk

@97XGNXW from California answered…1wk

No, but give them sentences that match the levels of trafficking they commit

@97X3D49 from Texas answered…1wk

No, it should depend on criminal history and the amount of product.

@97X24ZP from Texas answered…1wk

No, all drugs should be made legal and available for all over 21 across the USA which would make drug traffickers obsolete.

@97WRVGK from Texas answered…1wk

There is underlying, causes that could make them get into drug trafficking, so the death penalty is no correct

@97WPYT6 from North Carolina answered…1wk

@97WKTSXConstitution from Nevada answered…1wk

@97WDXMJRepublican from Maryland answered…1wk

No, but if there are other charges that are deserving of the death penalty they should be hung in a public place as an example

@97WFR4Cfrom Guam  answered…1wk

@97WFFSF from Mississippi answered…1wk

No, it should be legal and would eliminate that problem all together.

@97VTBTGIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

No, only if they are given a fair trial and killed someone in the process.

@97VSP2V from North Carolina answered…2wks

@97VRQ32 from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@97VPR94 from Michigan answered…2wks

There should be a ranking. If it’s a huge deal of drug trafficking like a lot of substances they’ve trafficked or at least tried to then they should neither get life in prison nor death penalty. They should be able to serve a decent sentence relative to the amount they’ve trafficked and put on house arrest for a few years after it’s done

@97V7N2Zfrom Maine  answered…2wks

Yes, but only if there is undeniable proof of them murdering or a cause of death was a result of their drugs

@97V3KJS from Georgia answered…2wks

I only support the death penalty for convicted murderers, rapists, and pedophiles.

@97TGKM5 from Nebraska answered…2wks

Yes, but only if there is proof someone died from the drugs they trafficked, or if they are a repeated offender.

@97TBGKL from Michigan answered…2wks

Only if they are repeated offenders and have been given a fair trial each time. It must be serious. Otherwise sentence them to life in prison without parole.

@97T3425Constitution from Indiana answered…2wks

@97SZ2QN from Georgia answered…2wks

Depending on the nature of their drug. Marijuana vs opioids vs cocaine vs meth, ... Also depending on the cut or purity if product. More cut is more deaths, and if the cut is B12 vs being like rat poison etc, obviously death was on the traffickers/dealers mind.

@97SM46P from Florida answered…2wks

No, but they should have a punishment still, and if they are repeating then u harshen the punishment.

@97SL59J from Georgia answered…2wks

No, but give them really heavy sentences that are between 13 - 40 years depending on how much and of what

@97RGTYS from North Carolina answered…2wks

No, unless they have committed crimes against humanity involving human trafficking.

@97Q6L8S from California answered…2wks

@97PWGPZLibertarian from Georgia answered…2wks

No, I don't believe that people should be sentenced for drugs more heavily then murderers, rapists, and pedophiles.

@97PN755 from Nebraska answered…2wks

@97NQGYJ from Georgia answered…3wks

Yes, if there is there is also violent crime related to the activity

@97NKFS7 from Indiana answered…3wks

Yes, if they violently trafficked them resulting in someones death

@97NBJBCWomen’s Equality from New York answered…3wks

i say yes and no because it depends if its there first not really but its it happens often then yes and if people die

@97N5YS2 from Kentucky answered…3wks

@97MYZ3N from Florida answered…3wks

It depends on the charge and if there is a. Violent crime involved in the trafficking.


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