Elizabeth Calvin

Senior Advocate, Human Rights Watch

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Senior Advocate in the Children's Rights Division at Human Rights Watch in Los Angeles. She is head of a coalition to get a bill passed that would enable 265 cases in CA to be reviewed, four of which involve kids who did not commit murder.

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The US Supreme Court ruled yesterday that life without parole for juveniles is unconstitutional—if they did not kill anyone.  Four inmates in California fit the bill.

No More Life Without Parole for Minors?

The US Supreme Court ruled yesterday that life without parole for juveniles is unconstitutional—if they did not kill anyone. Four inmates in California fit the bill.

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