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After the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision banning life without parole sentences for juveniles, we speak with defense attorney Bryan Stevenson, who argued the case before the Court. We also speak to Azim Khamisa, whose son was killed by a 14-year-old gang member. Khamisa has become a staunch opponent of harsh sentencing for children. Do you agree with Khamisa’s approach to dealing with juvenile crimes? 
In a groundbreaking ruling on Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that states may not impose mandatory life sentences without parole on children, even if they have been convicted of taking part in a murde...
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