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14 Too Young For Life?[VIDEO]

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14 Year Old Evan Miller and Kuntrell Jackson are just two of the many juveniles in the U.S. who have been given Life Sentences for crimes they’ve admittedly participated in and have been convicted… Murder Cases.

 

Many feel that at 14 a person’s brain isn’t fully developed to the extent that they are fully aware of what they’re doing… others disagree.  Thus the argument.  What do you think?  Is 14 too young to receive a Life Sentence or should there be a second chance given?

Here’s a story posted by msnbc that will give you more insight as well as a video below regarding the topic.

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