Authors

Marc D. Falkoff

Document Type

Article

Abstract

Over the past year, the Illinois appellate courts have been making a muddle of our state’s retroactivity doctrine, stretching the law by ordering some prisoners who committed murders as juveniles to be resentenced. The impulse is honorable, but the legal reasoning is flimsy. Cleaning up the mess is a job for the Illinois General Assembly.

Publication Date

1-20-2014

ISSN

0362-6148

Department

College of Law

Language

eng

Publisher

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin

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Law Commons

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