Have you been charged with first degree murder? First degree murder is a felony-level homicide, and if convicted, you could be imprisoned for years, life or face the death penalty. Contact a Fredonia attorney skilled in defending first degree murder cases to protect your legal rights.
First degree murder is the most serious charge you can get for killing another person. While the specific definition will differ by state, it typically requires premeditation and planning. Often first degree murder charges occur when the killer was lying in wait, or was committing a felony, such as rape or burglary.
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