Yes, you read that right. No, it has nothing to do with time travel. A man who raped and killed his neighbor 36 years ago was convicted on Friday for the crime--as a juvenile. The 52-year-old was 15 at the time of the murder, but the case went unsolved and was not reopened until 2010. His punishment will not be determined until January, so the courts have plenty of time to ponder what should happen: will he be sentenced under current juvenile codes, which emphasize rehabilitation over punishment, or those from 1976? Will his criminal history in the intervening years be taken into account? Will he be able to go to a prison for adults?