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Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: One Teen's Fate: The Math of a 100-Year Sentence

While the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2010 that it is unconstitutional to sentence a minor to life without parole -- except for homicide -- cases like Rodrigo Caballero's fall under a gray area based on the wording of the law.
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