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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - James Dold
Juvenile offenders in Hawaii could no longer be sentenced to life without parole under a bill scheduled for a vote by state lawmakers.
A Washington-based group that advocates stronger laws against human trafficking says nine states are lagging in passing laws to combat the growing crime.
"The writing on the wall is the Supreme Court moving incrementally toward abolition of life without parole," said James Dold, the advocacy director for the Washington-based Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth.
"These three states have no human trafficking laws," said James Dold, policy counsel for Polaris.