(DC)-The U.S. Supreme Court seems split on the possible re-sentencing of Beltway Sniper Lee Malvo. His attorneys have argued that Malvo’s life sentences in Virginia are unconstitutional since he was only 17-years-old at the time of the murders in 2002. A U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last year that his sentences should be vacated due to new constitutional rules that treat juveniles differently. Virginia’s Solicitor General said in court yesterday that the victims’ families shouldn’t have to go through another sentence hearing. USA Today suggests the deciding vote could come down to new Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh.