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Juvenile Law Center and Youth Sentencing and Reentry Project filed an amicus brief in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in support of a King's Bench Petition
As the result of a plea agreement, A.W. was designated a serious youthful offender and committed to the Department of Youth Services until he turned
Juvenile Law Center, in collaboration with ACLU of Washington, Legal Voice, and Columbia Legal Services filed an amicus brief in the Washington Supreme Court on
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
Juvenile Law Center signed onto an amicus brief with Education Law Center and the Public Interest Law Center filed in the Pennsylvania Superior Court in
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
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
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