Monthly Archives: September 2013

Criminalization of Homelessness: From Europe to Eugene

In November, 2012, the Hungarian Constitutional Court won international acclaim when it struck down a law that criminalized homelessness. That acclaim turned to condemnation as the lead political party responded by changing the Constitution to condone local authorities who criminally … Continue reading

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Prelude to an Extradition?

On August 27, 2013, a U.S. federal district court in Boston sentenced Salvadoran former Col. Inocente Montano to 21-months in prison for immigration fraud and perjury. The court found that Montano had lied on two applications for Temporary Protected Status in the United States … Continue reading

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Reporting on Remy: The Media’s Role in Domestic Violence Awareness

Originally posted on NUSL BLOGS:
by Katherine Schulte, Supervising Attorney, Domestic Violence Institute at Northeastern University School of Law “Any information from the purported victim?” “Nothing definite, judge…the information I have is that she’s not here….about whether she’s coming later…

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