By Bria Brown

(CBS DETROIT) – Oakland County inmates sentenced to life as juveniles could get a second chance to re-enter society.

Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald filed re-sentencing notices on behalf of 22 state prison inmates.

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McDonald’s office says after reviewing the cases, two inmates will remain on life sentences.

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This comes after a 2012 Supreme Court ruling declared juvenile life sentences without the possibility of parole unconstitutional.

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