Juveniles Tried as Adults NPR's Phillip Davis reports on the case of 14-year-old Lionel Tate, who was sentenced to life in prison last month for the murder of a six-year-old playmate. Tate's conviction is the continuation of a trend in Florida, where many juvenile criminals are prosecuted as adults.

Juveniles Tried as Adults

Juveniles Tried as Adults

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NPR's Phillip Davis reports on the case of 14-year-old Lionel Tate, who was sentenced to life in prison last month for the murder of a six-year-old playmate. Tate's conviction is the continuation of a trend in Florida, where many juvenile criminals are prosecuted as adults.