The Supreme Court has already rejected the death penalty for juvenile offenders, but what about life without parole? Justices are considering two cases: One involves Evan Miller, who beat a neighbor and then set his trailer on fire so that the man burned to death. The other case involves Kuntrell Jackson, who was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole for a murder that occurred just after his 14th birthday. Jackson didn't pull the trigger, but he was charged as an adult. How should justices decide? Watch the video, vote below and tell us why in the comments section.