Ver Pelicula Alicia en el pais de las maravillas: Alice in Wonderland (2010) disponible" en Español Castellano, Latino o subtitulada "VOSE". Ver Pelicula Alice in Wonderland Online. Ver Alice in Wonderland en Español Latino. Descargar Pelicula Alice in Wonderland Gratis Alice in Wonderland. Título Original: Alice in Wonderland Año: 2010. Actores: Anne Hathaway, Crispin Glover, Eleanor Gecks, Eleanor Alicia en el Pais de las Maravillas Latino. Peliculas en Idioma Latino - Mexico - Argentina. Peliculas Castellano Espa a Título original : Alice in Wonderland. Inspirada en la obra.
Ver película online [2010, VOSE, CASTELLANO, LATINO, DVD-R] película también es conocida en inglés con el título “ Alice in Wonderland ”. Alicia en el País de las Maravillas ( Alice in Wonderland) es una película de las Maravillas PELICULAS COMPLETAS EN ESPANOL LATINO.
Ver película online [2010, VOSE, CASTELLANO, LATINO, DVD-R] película también es conocida en inglés con el título “ Alice in Wonderland ”.
Listen to the Story. In addition to being the first Hispanic to serve on the Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor was New York state's first Hispanic federal judge. Kainaz Amaria/NPR. Like most sitting Supreme Court justices, Sonia Sotomayor is circumspect when talking about the court; but she has written intimately about her personal life — more so than is customary for a Supreme Court justice. "When I was nominated by the president for this position, it became very clear to me that many people in the public were interested in my life and the challenges I had faced," she tells Fresh Air 's Terry Gross.
". And I also realized that much of the public perception of who I was and what had happened to me was not quite complete. Interactive: Justice Sonia Sotomayor's Family Photos. In her memoir, My Beloved World, Sotomayor recounts growing up poor in the South Bronx; living with juvenile diabetes, a chronic disease; being raised by a single mother after her father, who was an alcoholic, died; and struggling to get a good education in spite of the odds. It became a best-seller when it was published last year and has just come out in paperback.
Interview Highlights. On addiction in her family and how it affects her sentencing in the court. I watched my father, who I knew loved me, kill himself with alcohol; I watched a cousin [Nelson] whom I adored. this person who had an enormous talent and a great intelligence. destroy himself and affect his family with a great deal of pain by ultimately killing himself with drug use. That has always permitted me.
as a judge. to understand that the people who came before me as defendants were human beings with good and potentially very bad things within them.
It was not unusual for defendants to have families who depended on them, who loved them, who thought the world of them, even though they had done horrific things. When I was being nominated to the [U.
] Court of Appeals, I was asked [by] the Senate to give them a record of how often I had departed from the then-mandatory sentencing guidelines. And judges were permitted under certain circumstances to depart downward, give a lesser sentence, or depart upwards, give a higher sentence than the guidelines called for. I was shocked to find that I gave less downward departures, lesser sentences, and more greater sentences than the national average. I think because of my experiences, however, I could treat that person in my courtroom as an individual and not as a nonentity and at the same time hold them responsible for their acts.