Just two months shy of his 18th birthday when he gunned down John and Gail Hardeman at Brown’s Farm Wildlife Management Area, LeCroy benefited from two-back-to-back U.S. Supreme Court decisions. In 2010 and again in 2012, the nation’s highest court said that juveniles, who are young and impetuous, can’t be locked away for life without being given the chance to prove they have been rehabilitated.
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