Graham v Florida

GRAHAM v. FLORIDA (2010), the Court ruled that individuals who were under 18 when they committed crimes other than homicide cannot be punished with life in prison without parole. Pointing to developments in psychological science, the court asserted that juveniles are less culpable than adults because of their “immaturity, vulnerability to external influences and unformed characters…”

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Graham v Florida (2009) (.pdf)