Evan Miller apologized to the family of his victim “for stealing the joy from your lives” as a three-day resentencing hearing ended yesterday.
Miller is seeking a chance at eventual release five years after his case prompted the Supreme Court to strike down automatic life without parole sentences for juveniles.
He was 14 when he killed neighbor Cole Cannon in 2003, and the statement he read this afternoon was the first acknowledgment of guilt Cannon‘s family has heard . . .
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