A judge signed a sweeping order Tuesday for hundreds of Michigan prisoners serving mandatory no-parole sentences.
The Michigan appeals court ruled Ihab Masalmani is entitled to a new hearing.
Should teens convicted of the most brutal crimes be punished just like adults? Or should their youth matter?
Bill 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.
All Michigan inmates serving no-parole sentences for murder committed as juveniles are entitled to a fair and meaningful possibility of release, a federal judge has ruled.
The Michigan appeals court has ruled to limit the use of a landmark court decision that ends mandatory no-parole sentences for juveniles convicted of murder.
Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union issued a report Wednesday on solitary confinement for juveniles.
Michigan inmates serving mandatory life sentences without parole for crimes they committed as minors may have a chance to pursue freedom rather than spend the rest of their lives behind bars.
The Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office is charging three juvenile males with felonies and will try them as adults in separate shootings.
A judge in Ann Arbor heard from lawyers for the ACLU who are challenging a Michigan law that bars parole for juveniles convicted of certain murders and the state, which is defending the law.