Underdeveloped and Over-Sentenced: Why Eighteen- to Twenty-Year-Olds Should Be Exempt From Life Without Parole
Sentencing eighteen- to twenty-year-olds to life without parole should be considered cruel and unusual because it is disproportionate to this class of offenders’ culpability.
Underdeveloped and Over-Sentenced: Why Eighteen- to Twenty-Year-Olds Should Be Exempt From Life Without Parole,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarship.richmond.edu/lawreview/vol52/iss5/9
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