Pennsylvania Tries To Help Released Juvenile Lifers

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Daniel Peters was released last month to a halfway house in Philadelphia after 34 years behind bars since he was 17. Peters, the first to be released of 295 inmates from Philadelphia sentenced as juveniles to life without parole under a law the Supreme Court has found unconstitutional, is a test case in an unprecedented reentry challenge for the city, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Officials and nonprofit groups . . .

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