I consider myself tough on crime, but things get a bit messy when children are involved.
Check out this case wherein a 5 year old who drowned a toddler is raising serious questions with regard to justice.
Objectively, they know she did it. But was it premeditated murder? Did she know what she was doing?
Does it matter? She took a human life, knowingly, right?
What, ultimately, is the responsibility for the government, which bears the sword, in a case like this?
What is the role of subjectivity in dispensing justice?