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Life without parole for juveniles: Is imprisonment for life without parole for juveniles an option (yes), or should it be forbidden (no)?

  • Juveniles should qualify for life

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  • Juveniles should qualify for life

    They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should. They just should.

  • Juveniles Should Qualify For Life

    I believe there are very few cases, in history, where a juvenile has committed a crime that would justify life imprisonment. However, if a juvenile is capable enough to commit a heinous crime that would be justified by life imprisonment, then I believe they should be jailed. I do not believe there is an imaginary line between ages that dictate rather someone is a child or an adult.

  • Life without parole should be traded for a Life with Rehabilitation

    Many quotes can be summarized to the idea that, "the children are our future." An idea like life without parole for juvenile offenders denies these children their future, and therefore ours. Rehabilitation, not punishment, should be the focus for juvenile offenders if they are to have any hope for a future without repeated crime and offenses.


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