Should juveniles be able to be sentenced to death or juvenile life without parole

The Death Penalty and JLWOP

Should juveniles be able to be sentenced to death or juvenile life without parole (JLWOP)? Find a recent case or situation that supports your reasoning for or against the death penalty or JLWOP and explain how it supports your decision.

Read the following three cases: Roper v Simmons <18 years, Miller v Alabama (JLWOP) and Jackson v Hobbs (JLWOP)

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