Life Without Parole Cruel And Unusual
The Supreme Court has ruled juvenile life without parole is cruel and unusual. What does this mean for the more than 60 people in Massachusetts prisons currently serving sentences of life without parole for murders they committed when they were teenagers?
Brian Gutman, head of The Massachusetts Coalition for the Fair Sentencing of Juveniles and juvenile justice policy advocate
Barbara Kaban, director of research and policy at the Children's Law Center