Juvenile Life Without Parole: What Will Miller v. Alabama Mean For Adolfo Davis? by Melissa Haniff
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CHICAGO — In 1990, Adolfo Davis and two other members of Chicago’s Gangster Disciples were involved in a shooting with a rival gang that left two people dead. Although Davis never fired his gun, he was charged as an accomplice and sentenced to life without parole, the mandatory minimum sentence in Illinois.