Anant Kumar Tripati does not use the traditional methods for writing law reviews in that, he substantially quote from treatises to emphasize his point.
He focuses on the indigent being denied equality of arms so as to ensure they are imprisoned which violates ICCPR, principled sentencing discussing excessive sentences.
He then examines consecutive sentences, discussing how it became possible for someone to be sentenced to life without parole for a nonviolent offense.
- Looks into how the US Prison systems imposes penalties and punishment on those who it prosecutes and shows why the system violates ICCPR in ALL 52 states.
- Denying the indigent equality of arms principled sentencing what is an excessive sentence consecutive sentences retroactivity
- Examines The Current Swing against Nonviolent Life without Parole Sentences. It evaluates the Case for an Eighth Amendment Categorical Ban of Life without the Possibility of Parole Sentence for Individuals Convicted of Nonviolent Offenses by Evaluating Objective Evidence of a National Consensus
- Argues effective application of cruel and unusual punishment in Arizona mandates all sentences be revisited by federal and state courts and that portioning punishment should be required in Arizona as the punishment is cruel and unusual and disproportionate under American and international standards.