Connecticut's current sentencing procedures afford juvenile defendants sufficient opportunity, and courts ample discretion, for meaningful mitigation of juvenile sentences and its individualized sentencing process comports with the eighth amendment to the federal constitution's proscription against cruel and unusual punishment.
State v. Riley
Connecticut Appellate Court
January 7, 2013
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