By Dwayne Betts

Almost a year to the date I wrote about this JLWOP (juvenile life without parole) here, while guest posting for TNC. This was around the time when the Supreme Court was deciding to take a look at Graham v. Florida and Sullivan v. Florida. On May 17, 2010 the SCOTUS decided that it is unconstitutional to sentence a juvenile who has committed a non-homicide offense to life without the possibility of parole. You can read the 80 page decision here. As far as decisions go it’s pretty interesting.

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