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How Mandatory Sentencing Laws Are Sending Juveniles to Prison for Life‬ | The Nation

How Mandatory Sentencing Laws Are Sending Juveniles to Prison for Life‬

In 1976, when Trina Garnett was 14 years old, she accidentally started a housefire that ended up killing two boys. Now, thirty-five years later, Trina is fifty years old and still in prison. Why is a first-world country imprisoning its children for life? Read Liliana Segura's article for the full story. 

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