Under new California law, vicious teen killer could be freed next year – CBS News
The vicious killer of an elderly California couple could soon be freed if a state appellate court rules in his favor. Daniel Marsh killed the couple in 2013 when he was 15 years old. A new California law prohibits anyone under 16 from being tried as an adult. At a hearing Wednesday, his attorney argued the law should retroactively apply to his client. “48 Hours” correspondent Erin Moriarty looks back on the case she's been following for years.
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