Capital Punishment In Japan

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Capital punishment is legal in Japan and is applicable for convicted murderers only. The Japanese government regularly polls its citizens to gauge where public opinion lay in respect to this form of punishment. Typically, polls show approximately 80% of people finding execution by the state permissible, especially if the crime committed is especially egregious or heinous, with 80% of the public being in favor as shortly ago as 2015. Executions are carried out only by hanging

Pedophilic Sex Offenders

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Statistically, 70% of sex offenders who have committed sexual acts with minors under 18 have between 1 and 9 victims, and 20% have between 10 and 40 victims. Recidivism rates for sex offenders are typically 43% and these offenders are typically re-arrested for a variety of reasons which relate to their original conviction. Sex offenders are approximately 4x more likely than non-sex offenders to be arrested for another sex crime after their discharge from a correctional institution