According to Immanuel Kant, the death penalty is something done in return and deserved to what the victim got undeservedly. That pro-death penalty put it that the act which is good to others in the society, the society goes ahead and in fact beyond to praise it and reward it. But should the act be evil, dehumanizing and perhaps that one that puts a shame on the face of society as norm goes it should not go unpunished. The punishment should be according to the gravity of the dehumanizing and evil act with death being the capital punishment. According to Bohm, (2011, p4). To know the notion of punishment and even the so-called capital punishment, one must examine and inquire under what conditions, if any, criminal punishment is justifiable. The death penalty can be examined in three robust and most convincing approaches as follows.According to Kant and classic retributivist position in general, the justification of punishment be it a petty crime or grave crime punishable by death is derived by one is that the guilty of any crime is being in necessary condition for judicial punishment; that is only the guilty may be punished. Two is that guilty is a sufficient condition for judicial punishment; that is, all the guilty must be punished. If you have committed a crime, morality demands that you suffer an evil for it. Finally, is that the correct amount of punishment imposed upon the morally (or legally) guilty offender is that amount which is equal to the moral seriousness of the offense.