When the Supreme Court banned capital punishment for crimes that were committed when a defendant was under the age of 18, it ruled that “standards of decency” had evolved to recognize that a juvenile’s “lack of maturity and an underdeveloped sense of responsibility” distinguished his crimes from those of an adult.

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