Despite Review Mandate, Most Juvenile Lifers Sit and Wait

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Prison gates have not swung open for the more than 2,000 people sentenced to life without parole as juveniles, whose cases were mandated for review by a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year. The Associated Press reports that uncertainty and opposition stirred by the new mandate have resulted in an uneven patchwork of policies as courts and lawmakers wrestle with these complicated . . .

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