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La team xFN vous présente ses excuses pour l'annulation de leur tournois en cour. En effet la team a été victime d'un mutinerie si l'on appeler ceci comme cela! la team va donc entrer en sommeil jusqu'a l'arriver des deux nouveaux jeux BF3 ET MW3. j'espere que vous comprendrez que cela n'est pas amusant pour nous comme pour vous!
nous présentont donc nos plus plate excuses et espéront vous revoir d'ici peut sur le psn!
Bon jeu a tous
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b84ad54a27 Politics N.YJoin People Power - ACLU's Grassroots Volunteer Resistance Movement Get Involved American Civil Liberties Union Email Address * ZIP Code * Search form Enter your keywords Get UpdatesBecome a MemberRenewTake ActionDonateMake a GiftJoin/Become a MemberRenew Your MembershipMonthly GivingOther Ways to Give Know your rights Know Your Rights Rights at Airports and Other Ports Demonstrations and Protests What To Do If You're Stopped By Police See all Know Your Rights Do you know your rights? These easy-to-use resources were created by the ACLU so you can have your rights at your fingertipsThe old formula, under which possession of a quantity of crack earned the same sentence as possession of 100 times that quantity of powdered cocaine, was now recognized as unjust, the president said.But there were ghosts at last months party: thousands of federal inmates still serving time under sentences that would not have been imposed under the new lawWhen Congress passed the Fair Sentencing Act, which reduced the crack-to-powder sentencing ratio from 1:100 to 1:18, it was silent on retroactivityIts hard-wired in the American DNA, and embodied in the ex post facto clause of Article I of the Constitution, that when things change for the worse a harsher sentence, a new crime the effect should be prospective onlyAs is widely recognized, crack has been the cocaine of choice for African-American users and dealers even as white offenders choose powderCorrection: January 8, 2014 An earlier version of this column referred incorrectly to the ex post facto clauseBut the Smarter Sentencing Act, as its sponsors call it, has yet to move toward a vote5, 2014 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story President Obama earned a rare moment of bipartisan acclaim last month when he commuted the sentences of eight long-serving federal prisoners
Download Other Jeff Sessions is wrong about the War on Drugs Add Your Name Related IssuesMass Incarceration Criminal Law Reform Sentencing Sign Up for Breaking News Email Address * ZIP Code * Publications Multimedia Media Contact Donate American Civil Liberties Union Because Freedom Can't Protect Itself ACLU on Facebook ACLU on Twitter ACLU on YouTube The ACLU RSS Feed Charity Navigator BBB Accredited Charity User agreement Privacy statement Accessibility This is the website of the American Civil Liberties Union and the American Civil Liberties Union FoundationBut another retroactivity question is loomingSee next articles See previous articles Site Navigation Site Mobile Navigation Advertisement Supported by The Opinion Pages Contributing Op-Ed Writer Crack Cocaine Limbo Linda Greenhouse JANThank you for subscribing.Events Guide Real Estate T Magazine Travel Weddings & Celebrations Listings & More Classifieds Tools & Services Times Topics Public Editor N.Y.CIn a 2-1 ruling in United States vThe Supreme Court granted limited relief two years ago, ruling that those who committed their crimes before the law took effect in August 2010 but who were not sentenced until later could retroactively get the new laws benefit.In his majority opinion, Justice Stephen GBlewett, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that because the discriminatory nature of prior crack sentences is no longer a point of legitimate debate, denying retroactive effect to the new law would perpetuate proven racial discrimination and thereby violate equal protection