Juvenile Murderers: Is Life Without Parole Unconstitutional?

Edwin Desamour knows something about juveniles charged with murder. He was once one. At 12 years old he was given his first gun and at 16 he was involved in a murder. "I was fortunate not to get life," he says. He grew up in prison, serving 8 and a half years, and he has now returned to his old Philadelphia neighborhood and is trying to prevent kids from making similar mistakes. On Tuesday, Desamour will travel to the United States Supreme Court to hear the justices debate a subject they know...Full Story
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