Supreme Court will review D.C. sniper's life sentence


The case of Lee Boyd Malvo in prison for the deadly sniper shootings in Washington DC, nearly two decades ago. We'll get another day in court. Komo's shoe Romero explains. The supreme court agreed to consider a plea from the state of Virginia to reinstate life without parole for Lee Malveaux who was seventeen when he and another man shot and killed ten people in Maryland, Virginia and DC back in two thousand two Malveaux was sentenced to four life terms, but the US court of appeals ruled that while the life without parole sentences were legal at the time later supreme court decisions changed sentencing requirements for juveniles resentencing would determine whether Malveaux qualifies as juvenile who can be sentenced to life without parole or not before the sniper attacks Melville had ties to Bellingham and

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