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How Marsha Levick Changed the Face of Juvenile Justice

Jan 27, 2016, Samantha Melamed, Philadelphia Inquirer

On Monday, more than 500 Pennsylvania inmates sentenced as juveniles to die in prison - 300 of them from Philadelphia - learned they'll have a chance at release after all.

The news is potentially life-changing for them.

And for Marsha Levick, 64, of Bala Cynwyd, it's the culmination of a life's work.

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