Before Thursday's weekly meeting of Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) Gruev said that life without parole presumes absolute guilt which technically "cannot exist", as cited by Darik Radio.
What does LWP stand for?
LWP stands for Life Without Parole
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We have 58 other meanings of LWP in our Acronym Attic
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- Low Water of Ordinary Spring Tides
- Left without Treatment (patient record)
- Lies with Occasional Truth (fiction magazine; Canada)
- Labor and Worklife Program (Harvard Law School; Cambridge, MA)
- Lausanne World Pulse (religious magazine; Wheaton, IL)
- Leave With Pay
- Leave Without Pay
- Left Watching Properly (USCG term)
- libwww-perl (library for WWW access using Perl)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But in June the Supreme Court ruled that mandatory sentences of life without parole for juvenile offenders are unconstitutional.
Human Rights Watch estimates that over 2,500 people in thirty-eight state and federal prisons are currently serving life without parole for crimes they committed as juveniles.
Supreme Court prepares this spring to tackle whether it is "cruel and unusual" punishment to sentence juveniles 14 and under to life without parole for murder.
Presently, a number of states provide life without parole for juveniles (Chen, 2009; Children's Law Center of Massachusetts, 2009; Meadoux v.