Changing Relations: What U.S. troops withdrawal means for the Afghan people

By: Samantha Callejas On April 14, 2021, President Joe Biden announced plans for a complete withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan with a deadline of September 11, 2021.[1] Since then, President Biden has stated that the U.S. is set to complete this task by August 31st, 2021.[2] With news of thousands swarming the capital Kabul’s Read more about Changing Relations: What U.S. troops withdrawal means for the Afghan people[…]

The Unreliability of Forensic Evidence and the Politicization Impeding Reform

By Hanna Laub More than eight out of ten Americans believe that DNA evidence is completely reliable or very reliable, and nearly seven in ten think the same about fingerprint evidence.[1] Faith in the validity of forensic evidence is echoed in pop culture, where crime television and film present the evidence as almost infallible in Read more about The Unreliability of Forensic Evidence and the Politicization Impeding Reform[…]

Re-imagining Federal Supervised Release For Child Sex Offenders Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

By: Claudia Léonor                          In an increasingly technological society punctuated by health and human catastrophe, prohibitions on an individual’s use of the internet must be carefully considered.[1] While society’s best interests are best served by deterring recidivism and protecting minor children, there is something Read more about Re-imagining Federal Supervised Release For Child Sex Offenders Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic[…]

css.php