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States revisit mandatory sentences for juveniles

August 19, 2013
By SUSAN HAIGH , The Associated Press

SUFFIELD, Conn. - When Nicholas Aponte recalls the night in 1995 that sent him to prison, he describes an immature 17-year-old who told himself he was tough but in reality lacked the nerve to say no to a cousin he admired for being a troublemaker.



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