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Arguments Next In Appeal Over Parole For Juvenile LifersThe state of Michigan wants to overturn a decision that would grant parole hearings to hundreds of prison inmates who were automatically given no-parole sentences as teens convicted of murder.
Macomb County Judge Revisits '09 Sub Shop AbductionTwo young men are returning to a Macomb County court for new sentences in the murder of a man who was abducted outside a fast-food shop in 2009.
No-Parole Sentence Doesn't Stand In Pizza Delivery KillingA young man convicted in the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery driver could eventually get the chance to leave prison after he was re-sentenced following changes in Michigan
Is Sentencing Juveniles To Life Behind Bars Cruel And Unusual? Michigan Supreme Court To Decide Michigan has roughly 360 inmates in prison for life who were convicted of first degree murder when they were just teenagers.
Michigan Juvenile Lifers Get Support From Teen StudentsHundreds of students from a Catholic school are asking the state Supreme Court to give some prisoners a chance at release,
Mich. House OKs Sentencing Rules For Young KillersThose now incarcerated for crimes committed under age 18 would stay locked up despite pleas for a second look.
Mich. Supreme Court Adds Juvenile Lifers To DocketThe court will decide whether roughly 360 prisoners serving mandatory no-parole sentences for crimes they committed when they were under age 18 deserve a shot at freedom.
Senate OKs New Sentencing Rules For Young KillersThe legislation would apply only to future criminal cases, not retroactively to the state's 360 or so inmates who were under 18 when they committed crimes, mostly murder.
Feb. Hearings Set To Review Teens' No-Parole Sentences In Matt Landry MurderProsecutors say 21-year-old Matt Landry was held for four days before he was shot in the head. His body was later found inside a burned out vacant house in Detroit.
No-Parole Sentence Thrown Out In Deadly Knife Attack On ParentsTia Skinner's life sentence will be revisited because the U.S. Supreme Court banned mandatory no-parole sentences for teens convicted of murder. She was 17 at the time of the deadly attack.
Sentenced To Life At 16, Woman Hopes For Freedom Should teens convicted of the most brutal crimes be punished just like adults? Or should their youth matter?
Mich. AG Casts Doubt On Impact Of Juvenile Parole CaseBill Schuette believes a judge's recent opinion on no-parole sentences for juveniles covers only five prisoners and is not a sweeping decision affecting other inmates.