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Crime and punishment
1/ Crime is an act which goes against certain laws or rules that can affect several people and result in the punishment to the person who commit a crime. The consequences of crimes usually result in loss of human and possessions; causing many people to suffer.
2/ Life in prison should be very strict, tough and difficult. The reason for this is to make criminals realize what they have done and will be able to learn from it. There should not be any forms of entertainment or leisure activities so that it can be distinguished from life of a normal person. Those who commit crimes deserve to live in difficulties and struggle with them without complaining or disagreement. It is the price that they have to pay as relating to the aftermaths they have left on the community. Besides that, there should be a certain discipline in prisoners' lifestyles. For example, they must wake up; start working for the community and rest in a certain amount of time that will be strictly controlled.
3/ There have been different types of punishment depending on the level of seriousness of different cases. Personally, I
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