A woman convicted of masterminding the murder of her father and attempted murder of her mother was back in court today. Tia Skinner was convicted of first degree murder in 2011 and was re-sentenced in front of St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Daniel Kelly. Tia is to be sentenced to natural life in prison without opportunity for parole. Kelly state: “Justice demands you not serve one day less.” Skinner, now 20 years of age, of Yale is one of a number of young murderers in Michigan who are being re-sentenced due to a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. The court ruled it was unconstitutional to sentence defendants who were juveniles at the time of their offense to mandatory life in prison without parole. Skinner was not quite 18, on November 12, 2010, when she convinced her then boyfriend, Jonathan Kurtz, along with his friend James Preston to murder her parents. Paul Skinner was killed in the attempt, Mara Skinner suffered more than 25 stab wounds, but survived. Kurtz and Preston, who were 18 at the time of the offense, were sentenced to life in prison without parole.