That ruling appears to be in conflict with Florida law, and judges are caught in the middle, said J.D. Moorehead, a professor at Florida Coastal School of Law.
“There is no longer any penalty available for juveniles convicted of first-degree murder,” Moorehead said. “We now have all of these cases in limbo.”
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