Md. high court weighs constitutionality of juvenile life sentences

ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Court of Appeals should set parole-reviewing standards to ensure that people sentenced as juveniles to life in prison have a “meaningful opportunity” for release based on their maturity and rehabilitation behind bars as required by the Constitution, a public defender told the state’s top court Tuesday. Brian M. Saccenti said the state’s ...

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