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"I am not aware of any other state in the country that has those two options and only those two options," Marsha Levick, a spokeswoman with the Juvenile Law Center, told AP.
"The 51-to-life is the most extreme so-called alternative to the law that I've heard."After the documentary was released showing the story of Brown's life and sentencing, lawmakers examined changing the state's laws on juvenile sentencing but nothing has yet been done. 'Sex Trafficking Victim' Gets Support From Celebs on Instagram Brown's story ignited on social media Tuesday after singer Rihanna posted about the case on Instagram, saying Brown had been repeatedly "drugged and raped by different men" who purchased her.
Tennessee's laws have gotten in the way and made this issue more confusing because the state only leaves judges and juries two choices—life in prison or life with the possibility of parole after serving 51 years, according to the Associated Press.
Advocates have argued that both are leaving children behind bars without any chance of getting out.
The highest-level offenders generally must register for their entire lives; low-level offenders may only need to register for a period of time.
But a recent Supreme Court decision could change that.In the few jurisdictions accepting the agreement, there are Tier I, Tier II, or Tier III sex offenders.Individuals convicted of petty crimes not covered by the AWA are still liable to abide by the previous regulations denoting them as a sex offender (or habitual sex offender, sexual predator, sexually violent sexual predator, or child-victim offender).The life sentence Cyntoia Brown is serving behind bars has created a firestorm of support on social media from celebrities and activists.But even without their help, Brown still has a chance of going free because of a recent U. Supreme Court decision that says the sentence might be out of compliance with the ruling.