Challengers to Md. sentencing of young offenders welcome 4th Ciruit’s decision

Frosh says 4th Ciruit ruling helps state's position

A court decision striking down the life-without-parole sentence of a juvenile offender in Virginia has provided ammunition for Maryland civil-rights attorneys who claim 200 convicts are being held unconstitutionally under de facto life sentences without parole in Maryland.

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