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Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole: Robbery Gone Wrong (Season 1) | A&E



Seventeen-year-old Preston was sentenced to life without parole after he was convicted for the murder of a classmate during an attempted robbery. Now at age 25, Preston has been granted a resentencing hearing in this recap from Season 1, Episode 3, “Preston”. #KidsBehindBars
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“Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole” tells the individual stories of eight previously convicted child offenders sentenced to mandatory life terms, without parole, who are now seeking resentencing on the heels of a recent United States Supreme Court ruling. While some may be resentenced to life, others could be immediately released or given a new sentence that makes them eligible for parole.

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23 thoughts on “Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole: Robbery Gone Wrong (Season 1) | A&E

  1. They deserve life in prison. I have done time and these type of people deserve to be incarcerated for life. Plain and simple. I did time in a rough violent juvenile detention center and a medium/maximum prison as an adult. Stop blaming juvenile detention and prison for his behavior. He chose to kill. He chose to continue his violent behavior. I know plenty of men who have spent time in both juvenile and adult prison and are now productive members of society and are far from violent

  2. I don’t understand it though. He was a minor and got life without parole at two separate hearings. A grown adult can kill someone and get 8 years.

  3. To be fair if he killed my child I would not want him released. It should be that he cannot be released until at least the parents are dead. I think the minimum should be about 25 years and that would need perfect behavior for 25 years. Since he has acted badly in jail his 25 years starts from when the bad behavior stops. Give him an incentive to change.

  4. Thanks for the upload…… I am on the clock here in Melrose Park Illinois USA watching this video on YouTube channel

  5. I know I might have the unpopular opinion here but please first hear me out before you make your judgements.

    I believe he should not get life.

    Obviously, I cannot begin to understand the loss of a child, and I offer my condolences to every parent who lost a child in this tragedy.

    However, the purpose of imprisonment is not to “avenge someone” as the dad said. Christopher’s dad believes that because the guy killed his son, then he should suffer just as much in a way to get revenge. That’s not how we as a society should think. There’s a reason why there’s a saying “an eye for an eye would make the whole world blind”.

    And I understand it’s easy to think “he did this horrible thing to this family, he deserves life in prison” and just label him as a bad evil person.

    The purpose of prison is so the people who make mistakes can come out as better and good people in society. Keeping that guy in prison to suffer until the day he dies is not going to make those parents happy. All it will do is continue the hatred that they have for someone and a feeling of unrest. He made those decisions as a teenager and with that juvenile detention obviously messed his mind up. I’m not excusing his behavior. He did a horrible thing and he obviously had to learn how his actions ended someone’s like and how he can behave normally in society. But just throwing him in jail until he dies is downright cruel. He does want to just lead an honest life. Let him prove it. He’s human too. You can’t just throw him in a cell for 50 or 60 more years on something he did as a teenager when he can become a good person. Why can’t we make people better instead of just making them suffer for the rest of their life as what we call “justice”?

  6. I get finding him guilty at the resentencing…but according to Miller v Alabama, how can sentence him again to Life.
    Wouldn't the judge have to change it to something lesser… even if its 80 years.

  7. So much for mercy… And people still think they will still be justified before Almighty God when they are called into account.

    "if you do not forgive others, then your Heavenly Father will not forgive your transgressions."

  8. I'm a true Muslim and I proud of this religion I really I proud of this great religion , first ahhhhh 😰 I doesn't know if this guy in this video is real Muslim or he just do acting against all people but if he really really be true believer true Muslim I do respect him , but guy's you must understand something important about Islam religion and the law in Islam religion when someone in my country do killing to another person he get killed immediately after the crime from the law of justice from law of the religion of Islam , but of course in Christianity religion they doesn't do that I don't why !? but guy's you must understand something important when someone believe in the true faith the true guidance and he ask forgiveness from the family of the victim and they give him that the great Lord of all universe {Allah} glory and honor to him , he give them a lot of happiness after life because they give someone life , but the criminal who do that he must be a serious with a lot of true sadness with a lot of respect to the family of victims of course he can't bring them but he can't do prayers in earth to them and they see green paradise after life , but there is one judge one judgment can't anyone touch him is the justice of the great Lord of all universe {Allah} glory and great respect for him , I see in my country in k.s.a a lot of criminals do crimes not a lot of course lol😅 but many of them they ask forgiveness from the family of victims and they answers the guilty criminals and they see the freedom in life but but you must understand something important if the family wants the justice the law give them that because my country is not unjustice no they respect the religion of Islam and the feelings of people.

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