Law and Justice

Old Facts Make Old Law: The Law as it Evolves to Meet Privacy Needs of the 21st Century

Author(s) Mariah Hogan Faculty Mentor(s) Robert Claridge (Law & Justice) Abstract Presently, Smith v. Maryland is the governing piece of authority over matters concerning the privacy of metadata – something that has grown in prevalence since the advent of the 21st century, and with it,… Read More »Old Facts Make Old Law: The Law as it Evolves to Meet Privacy Needs of the 21st Century

Policy Analysis – Solitary Confinement, Civilly Detained Individuals and Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Author(s) Jannice Cebreros Faculty Mentor(s) Christine Henderson (Law & Justice) Abstract In the United States, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention centers are for-profit and privately owned. Privately own detention centers are often affected by profit motives. In ICE detention centers, there are numerous allegations… Read More »Policy Analysis – Solitary Confinement, Civilly Detained Individuals and Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Women, Prison and Cognition in Washington State

Author(s) America Sanchez, Christine Henderson Faculty Mentor(s) Christine Henderson (Law & Justice) Abstract There is a current need to construct gender-based reentry and rehabilitation correctional programs in Washington State. There are differences surrounding men’s and women’s correctional rehabilitation, such as women having more components that… Read More »Women, Prison and Cognition in Washington State