Norwegian is willing to say anything in its effort to distract attention from its convoluted scheme to use Singapore contract labor that is based in Thailand, which would not be allowed under Norwegian law.
In the criminal justice context, parsimony dictates that sentences should be no greater than necessary to serve the legitimate goals of punishment, namely, retribution for past crimes, deterrence of future ones, and rehabilitation of the offender.
Critics of direct selling have demonstrated not only a lack of understanding of the business model but a level of elitism that flies in the face of the consumer protection banner they wave.
Many of our democratic allies have taken the charging and jury-selection power out of the commander’s hands, but not one has done so only for sex offenses.
State taxpayers are paying more than $5 billion annually to lock up youth in youth prisons.
Despite tens of billions spent incarcerating federal drug offenders, there is little evidence that either drug crime or the availability of narcotics has been reduced.
The unimaginable horrors of the torture chamber remain a reality for countless men, women and children around the world.
What the Court, and voters, should do in the wake of the Schuette decision.
We absolutely must protect our nation’s children just as we protect the children who are in our homes and in our families.
Over 375,000 deportations since 2003 have involved people whose most serious conviction was for a drug offense.