Juvenile Offenders

Welcome back to the TCFC podcast. In the United States, dating back to the Thirteen Colonies, approximately 364 juveniles have been executed by individual colonies, states, or the federal government, for crimes they were found guilty of committing. 22 individuals were executed between 1976 and 2005, for crimes committed when they were juveniles. In 1976, the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty, and in 2005, they ruled that juveniles could not be sentenced to death, as it was a violation of the 8th Amendment (1).

Go to shop.analuisa.com/tcfc to make Mom’s Day and treat her to new jewelry pieces with Ana Luisa’s Buy One, Get One 40% OFF sale! One piece for her, and one piece for you
https://shop.analuisa.com/tcfc I know you’ll LOVE them! #analuisany

Sambucol- Get 15% off your next order of $9.99 or more at sambucolUSA.com Use
FAN15 for 15% off.

Incipio Organicore & MagSafe Duo cases are Now available to purchase for 20% off and free shipping by going to Incipio.com and using code: TCFC at checkout.


True Crime Podcast Festival: http://truecrimepodcastfestival.com/

Follow my socials:


Thank you for listening – if you enjoyed this episode please leave a positive review and rating on apple podcast or your podcast player of choice, it really does help.

You can find us on most social media channels, Twitter @tcfcpod, facebook.com/tcfcpodcast, Instagram @truecrimefanclubpod & of course, our website is truecrimefanclub.com

If you have an episode suggestion, send us an email at tcfcpod@gmail.com

This episode was researched and written by Suzy St. John

Content Editing by: Brittney Martinez

Usually edited by Neeks at WeTalkofDreams.com

Interested in my audiobook, download it on audible now: The Little Demons Inside, by Micah Thomas

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *