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Five years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court banned mandatory life without parole for juveniles in murder cases.Henry Montgomery, 71, originally got life without parole for the 1963 shooting of a sheriff's deputy. He is one of about 67 former teen offenders in the state so far resentenced to life with a chance for release; he now awaits a parole hearing. Under an Alabama law adopted last year, a judge can resentence Miller to life without parole or allow parole after 30 years.A judge on July 24 resentenced him to 30 years to life, making him eligible for parole in September.
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