Graph shows that the vast majority of juvenile life without parole cases are in just nine states.

Data Source: Calculated from data collected in Appendix B of ‘Juvenile Life Without Parole in Law and Practice: Chronicling the Rapid Change Underway’ (Mills, Dorn, Mritz, 2016). (Graph: Joshua Aiken, 2016)

This graph originally appeared in Why do we lock juveniles up for life and throw away the key? Race plays a big part.



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