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Since in the U.S. Constitution, juvenile violent offenders, such as age 10, can't legally be convicted as adults, all States (including Pennsylvania who sought to convict then-11-year-old J. Brown as an adult) need to make that law so that juvenile violent offenders or their lawyer do not have to point that out or face the possibility of the juvenile being convicted as an adult, amirite?

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Childhood criminals only escalate the violence in adulthood... Its not fair to society to accept an unpunished delinquent

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