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.
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
Dan Svirsky∞ Abstract Practitioners agree that criminal discovery rules have important effects both on how cases develop and on how they get resolved. However, there has been little empirical work done to measure the nature and breadth of these effects.
Cynthia Alkon¥ I. Introduction. 407 II. The Supreme Court’s Failure to Understand How Discovery Matters in Plea Bargaining. 409 III. Lafler and Frye’s Call for Change. 415 IV. The Defense Lawyer’s Dilemma and Some Recommendations. 417 V. An Argument for Legislative Reform.. 418 VI. Conclusion. 421 “Here’s