Our series Michigan's Juvenile Lifers: Who gets a second chance? continues: Today, we hear perspectives from a corrections official and a prosecuting attorney, both of whom have worked with juvenile lifer cases.
To find individual interviews, click here or see below:
- We're one close election away from a "total meltdown"
- Court says life for juveniles should be rare. Longtime corrections official says that's about right.
- It's illegal to lock a juvenile up forever – unless they're a "rare exception"
- With all due respect to the US Supreme Court, "you can't factor out the victims"