Grover Merritt

Lead District Attorney, San Bernadino District Attorney's Office

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Lead Deputy District Attorney of the Appellate Services Unit for the San Bernadino District Attorney’s office.

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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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