At age 17, James Tramel was involved in a homicide. Sentenced to 15 years to life, he was paroled after serving 21 years in prison. Today, he is an Episcopal priest and advocate for ending juvenile life without parole sentencing.
Read about Tramel's story in the Sacramento Bee.
Read Tramel's testimony before the Public Safety Committee of the California State Senate.
Join NCYL in its campaign to end Juvenile Life Without Parole