Kent v. United States (1966) Hamed S. 2A

Kent v. United States (1966) Hamed S. 2A

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  • Outside of the Supreme Court, 16 year old Morris Kent is being tried. 
  • This isnt fair! I should be tried in a juvenile court.
  • Come on Morris.
  • While inside, Morris is convicted of his crimes and sentenced 30  to 90 years in prison.
  • But sir... 
  • Morris, you are guilty for past crimes and ...
  • I shouldn't be in this court room. This one is for adults and I'm just 16. Me and my lawyer should go back to the juvenile court. 
  • But the judge ruled against Morris, because of his past offences.
  • And you are guilty!
  • You can be tried in this court. 
  • After the court session was over, Morris was guilty and he was sent to jail.
  • I wonder if this would be a law for in the future. I don't want the same thing to happen to others.
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