August 17, 2009
By Charles "Cully" Stimson and Andrew M. Grossman
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Sentencing Under Siege
Chapter 2: Manufacturing Statistics: 19-Year-Old
Chapter 3: The
U.S. Has a Juvenile Crime Problem
Chapter 4: Life
Without Parole for Juvenile Offenders In
Chapter 5: The
U.S. Has No International Obligation to Ban Juvenile
Life Without Parole
Lawful and Appropriate Punishment
Appendix 1: Spin
Appendix 2: Case
Appendix 3: State Statutes
Appendix 4: Recommended Reading
Ralph David Cruz, Jr
Martize M. Smolley
Ethan Allen Windom
For the printed version of Adult Time for Adult
Crimes: Life Without Parole for Juvenile Killers and Violent
Teens, please contact us at LWOP@heritage.org.
Adult Time for Adult Crimes: Life Without Parole for JuvenileKillers and Violent Teens by Charles D. Stimson and Andrew Grossmanlooks at the continued viability of the life without parolepunishment for the very worst juvenile offenders
Charles "Cully" Stimson
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