Until recently, every juvenile who appeared in court after an arrest has been brought into court in shackles — for offenses as minor as a school food fight. But, a group of Suffolk University law students helped change that.
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William Flynn, the teenage lover who murdered Pamela Smart’s husband in 1990 is asking a judge to reduce his prison sentence 11 years before he is set to become eligible for parole in 2018. Join Law.com bloggers and co-hosts, J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi, as they talk to the experts, Attorney Marsha Kazarosian and Attorney Allan H. Stokke, to discuss the potential early release of William Flynn. On Lawyer2Lawyer, we will also discuss how the request is filed and the criteria, the pros and cons in this particular case, and Flynn’s juvenile status at the time of the murder vs. the expectation that “he should pay for what he did”. Join us!