Search
About Us
PassionOfThePresent.com gathers information from different sources giving particular emphasis to the defence of human rights.
Archives
The US Sentencing Commission’s unanimous vote on June 30, 2011, to make new federal crack cocaine sentencing guidelines retroactive, is consistent with internationally recognized human rights principles. However, further reforms are required to bring the United States into full compliance with its international human rights obligations.

(Washington, DC) – The US Sentencing Commission’s unanimous vote on June 30, 2011, to make new federal crack cocaine sentencing guidelines retroactive, is consistent with internationally recognized human rights principles, Human Rights Watch said today.

read more

Comments are closed.