Juvenile Lifers: Still Waiting for Freedom

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Two full years have passed since the U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion in Miller v. Alabama, striking down all state statutes that impose mandatory life-without-parole sentences for minors. And still, 48 Colorado inmates convicted of first-degree felonies as minors in the adult court system are caught in a legal purgatory, bookended by the years
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