The D.C. Sniper Case Moves to the Supreme Court, Reopening Questions About Juvenile Sentencing
The Supreme Court will weigh whether Lee Boyd Malvo, now 34, should have a lessened sentence for his role in this crime that he took part in when he was a minor.
A Ruling Against Doing Adult Time for Juvenile Crimes
The Supreme Court gives juveniles sentenced to life in prison a second chance.
Electronic Monitoring Might Be Worse Than Jail Time
Beyond the cyclical criminalization that the device provokes, its rules and circumstances clash with the infrastructure of the teenage mind.