Implementing the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling in Montgomery v Louisiana: Re-sentencing Juvenile Offenders Serving Mandatory Life Without Parole Sentences in Pennsylvania

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This course discusses the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Montgomery v Louisiana, extending retroactive application to the court’s 2012 decision in Miller v Alabama.

Miller struck mandatory life without parole sentences for juvenile offenders convicted of homicide. Pennsylvania is home to approximately 500 such individuals, who must now be re-sentenced or made eligible for parole consideration. Presenters provide an overview of the court’s recent rulings, as well as discuss sentence migration preparation and re-entry considerations.

Recorded during a live webinar in March 2016.

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