This article assesses the efficacy of the legal framework for asylees, individuals granted refugee status within the United States, through an examination of the human outcomes following the grant of asylum.
Adam Saper† I. Introduction. 102 II. Why Remorse Matters in Sentencing. 104 III. Juvenile Sentencing Under the Constitution. 107 A. Early Eighth Amendment Juvenile Sentencing Decisions 107 B. Roper v. Simmons: Juvenile Death Penalty Is Cruel and Unusual 108 C. Graham v. Florida: Applying Roper
Steven Sacco∞ Abstract Under current New York State law, undocumented New Yorkers, (those residing in the U.S. without the federal government’s permission), are ineligible for most state-funded means-tested public benefits, such as Medicaid and Safety Net Assistance. Articles XVII and
This article aims to point out that the understanding of freedom in the U.S. legal system is too narrow since it disregards other significant aspects of freedom.