Teens Terrance Graham and Joe Sullivan were locked up for life at age 15 and 13. Graham was convicted of a home invasion and Sullivan for rape at 13.
The NY Times has a debate going on. One debater says the following:
Children do not have fully matured levels of judgment or impulse control, and they are uniquely capable of change.
Is life without parole cruel and unusual punishment for juvenile offenders convicted of non-homicide crimes?