Fodder for the LWOP File

Douglas Berman at Sentencing Law and Policy weighs in with a helpful post on juveniles serving life without parole, including links to his previous commentary on the subject, an article in yesterday’s LA Times on California’s distinguished second-place status, behind Pennsylvania, as a national leader (227 juveniles serving LWOP) and a new report, “Sentenced to Die in Prison,” written by a group of human rights advocates. Some of my own posts on the subject:

A Conversation With EJI’s Bryan Stevenson

Baltimore Sun: Time to Outlaw LWOP

NPR on EJI

EJI Releases New LWOP Report

LWOP Clemency Board in Colorado

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