The continued viability of life without parole for the worst juvenile offenders is at risk from misleading activists and court cases that seek to substitute international law for legislative judgments and constitutional text. Watch Here.
Life without parole for the very worst juvenile offenders is reasonable, constitutional, and(appropriately) rare. Nonetheless, its continued viability is at risk from misleading lobbying efforts in many states. Read More.
Congress should take a fresh approach to federal criminal law and develop a coordinated set of statutes that reflect constitutional limits and division of authority between federal and state governments. Read More.
The time has come for jurisdictions to stop making excuses and implement the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA). Read More.