As is often the case, I feel somewhat superfluous. My role is, I assume, to provide a brief period of peace while Peter Greenwood regains his equanimity. While the papers merit your attention, I won’t try to respond to them. Instead, I’ll respond to some of the things that have been said, and then put my own perspective on this issue to you.
I am skeptical of selective incapacitation’s ability to provide guidance for a mature response to prison overcrowding. I am equally skeptical that a”just deserts” theory of sentencing will help resolve the problem. I am further skeptical that you will find among my suggestions a response to the problem of prison overcrowding.
Experts discuss legal developments and related ramifications one year after President Trump declared a national emergency at the U.S. Southern Border with Mexico in order to build a wall.
"It's important to note that scholars have long observed that political discourse and political events can contribute to the frequency of bias incidents. In fact, this phenomenon has a name today. It's called the Trump Effect."
Scholars discuss the most significant immigration-related cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, their ramifications, and what to expect in 2020.
Migrant children fleeing violence in their native countries have experienced severe psychological trauma before and after entering the country when we separated them from their families and placed them in detention facilities, and some families remain separated.