Scientists Make Case Against Juvenile Executions

If Lee Boyd Malvo is convicted in the Washington, D.C., sniper cases, the debate over the death penalty for juveniles will intensify. Malvo was 17 when the shootings occurred a year ago. The New York Times writes that arguments over whether to execute young offenders have traditionally rested on legal and societal grounds, but scientists
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