Juvenile's Sentence Found to Meet 'Standard of Decency'

, New York Law Journal

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A 30-year-to-life sentence imposed on a 16-year-old boy for murder and related crimes neither violates the Eighth Amendment right against cruel or unusual punishment nor offends "contemporary standards of decency," a Bronx judge has held.

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