Teen Crimes Can’t Raise OH Adult Sentences, Court Says

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Prior juvenile convictions cannot be used to increase the prison sentences of adults in Ohio, said a divided state supreme court ruling reported by the Columbus Dispatch. Splitting 4-3, the justices declared that treating cases from juvenile court as prior convictions for adult sentencing violates the due-process clauses of the Ohio and U.S. constitutions, and is . . .

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