Carol Marbin Miller

Repoter, Miami Herald

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Reporter for The Miami Herald, specializing in child welfare and juvenile justice issues.

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Citing “evolving standards of decency” worldwide, a majority of the US Supreme Court ruled yesterday that life in prison without parole is “cruel and unusual punishment” for juveniles…

Supreme Court Ruling on Juveniles Has Biggest Impact in Florida

Citing “evolving standards of decency” worldwide, a majority of the US Supreme Court ruled yesterday that life in prison without parole is “cruel and unusual punishment” for juveniles…

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