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LWPlibwww-perl (library for WWW access using Perl)
LWPLive Wall Paper (software)
LWPLight Weight Process
LWPLightweight Process
LWPLotus Word Pro
LWPLibrary for Www in Perl
LWPLiquid Water Path
LWPLabor and Worklife Program (Harvard Law School; Cambridge, MA)
LWPLeave Without Pay
LWPLive, Work and Play (various locations)
LWPLive with Passion
LWPLocal Watershed Planning (North Carolina)
LWPLocal Water Plan (various organizations)
LWPLeave With Pay
LWPLausanne World Pulse (religious magazine; Wheaton, IL)
LWPLife Without Parole
LWPLightweight Water Purifier
LWPLong Wavelength Pass
LWPLiving Wage Policy (California)
LWPLight Weight Protocol
LWPLeft Watching Properly (USCG term)
LWPLiquid Waste Processing
LWPLotus WordPro File extension
LWPLightweight Gun
LWPLight Weight Pack (obsolete)
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What, then, does all of this portend for the sentence of juvenile life without parole in this country, and more broadly, for the future of juvenile sentencing?
57) It barred the application of a life without parole sentence for juveniles in cases that did not involve a homicide.
33) Miller was then charged as an adult with murder in the course of arson, (34) which carried a mandatory minimum sentence of life without parole.
Which state has the greatest number of prisoners serving life without parole for crimes committed when they were 1?
71 The number of African Americans out of 100 people who are serving life without parole in Illinois for crimes they committed when they were 17 or younger.
Presently, a number of states provide life without parole for juveniles (Chen, 2009; Children's Law Center of Massachusetts, 2009; Meadoux v.
The Arkansas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty works to bring together civil religious organizations in Arkansas with the goal of replacing the death penalty with a sentence of life without parole.
I HAVE no quarrel with public opinion that first-degree murder should be life without parole.
Graham worked to free Mario Rocha, who was wrongly convicted of murder at 16 and sentenced to life without parole.