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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(West Palm Beach: Jeffrey Kofman) The issue of long prison sentences for young offenders tried as adults examined in light of the sentence in Florida for convicted murderer Nathaniel Brazill examined. [Prosecutor Mark SHINER - comments on the sentence.] [Brazill's attorney Robert UDELL - says we just warehouse people.] [Northwestern University professor Steven DRIZIN - raises the question about what happens when these convicts get out.] [Coalition of Juvenile Justice executive director David DOI - says children are developmentally different from adults.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Kofman, Jeffrey
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