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Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)
Pennsylvania Supreme Court •

Tristan Stahley was sentenced to life without parole under Pennsylvania's Miller fix statute for a murder committed when he was 16. Following the U.S. Supreme

Youth Tried as Adults
Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals •

B.T.D. was seventeen-years old when he was charged with committing a felony that resulted in a serious physical injury. Alabama law, codified at § 12-15-204, required

Economic Justice
Superior Court of Pennsylvania •

In 1981, Scott Davis received a mandatory sentence of life without parole for a crime he committed at the age of 15. Following the United

Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)
Massachusetts Supreme Court •

Jeffrey Roberio was convicted for a homicide that occurred when he was 17 years old. He was initially sentenced to life without parole in 1987,

Youth Tried as Adults
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit •

Juvenile Law Center filed an amicus brief on rehearing en banc in the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit on behalf of

Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)
Michigan Supreme Court •

As the result of plea agreements, Montez Stovall was sentenced to life with the possibility of parole for second degree murder committed when he was

Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)
Oregon Supreme Court •

Laycelle and Lydell White were sentenced to lengthy term-of-years sentences for crimes committed as juveniles. Because they are not eligible for parole for over 60

Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania •

Michael Felder was initially sentenced to life without parole for a first degree murder committed when he was 17. Following the Miller and Batts I

Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)
U.S. Supreme Court •

Juvenile Law Center joined Child USA; The Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma; The Leadership Council on Child Abuse & Interpersonal Violence; and Dr. Murray

Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)
U.S. Supreme Court •

Kipland Kinkel received a 112 year sentence for crimes he was convicted of at age 15. At the time of his crimes, Mr. Kinkel suffered