The 5 to 4 ruling said such mandatory sentences offend the constitution’s prohibition of cruel and unusual punishment, and follow a trend at the court of treating even the worst juvenile offenders differently from adults.
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A divided Supreme Court on Monday said states may not impose on juvenile murderers mandatory life sentences without the possibility of parole.
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