What to Know About the Supreme Court’s Decision on Life Sentences for Minors

 “Research has taught us that kids have a unique capacity for change and also that the vast majority of youth who commit violations of the law will naturally stop offending generally in their mid to late 20s.” A conversation with Marsha Levick at the Juvenile Law Center about how the courts are handling youth cases. Read more at YR Media.

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