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DC sniper Lee Boyd Malvo to ask Supreme Court for resentencing in case over youth punishment

DC sniper Lee Boyd Malvo to ask Supreme Court for resentencing in case over youth punishment

One of the men who terrorized the Washington area in a spree of killings in the fall of 2002, which became known as the “D.C. sniper attacks,” will have another day in court on Wednesday. Malvo, who was 17 at the time of the killings, is asking the court to allow him to be resentenced because a pair of Supreme Court cases in recent years held that courts must consider a minor’s age before sentencing him or her to life without parole.

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Michigan bills to 'raise the age' for adult prosecution head to governor

Michigan bills to 'raise the age' for adult prosecution head to governor

Cuyahoga County Juvenile Justice Center needs more guards, psychiatric nurse to improve safety, judge says

Cuyahoga County Juvenile Justice Center needs more guards, psychiatric nurse to improve safety, judge says