Death Penalty For Teens: High Court Vote Unclear

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There was no consensus yesterday among U.S. Supreme Court justices on the death penalty for juveniles, says the New York Times. Two years after ruling 6 to 3 that the execution of mentally retarded offenders is unconstitutional, the court appeared deeply divided over whether similar reasoning meant that the death penalty for acts committed while
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