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First Degree Murder Charges Require Premeditation – Miami Criminal Lawyer

In the majority of states, including the state of Florida, first degree murder charges are defined as a killing that is unlawful and both premeditated and willful. This means that the murder was committed after a certain amount of time to plan it. Timing is frequently an important factor here.
What Constitutes First Degree Murder?
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Legislators Consider Making ID of Murder Witnesses Secret

As of the Senate Committee Hearing held last Tuesday, there is now a plan in place to protect those who have been witness to a murder. Two weeks earlier, House members approved the exact same plan unanimously.

The bill is called SB-550 or the “witness protection bill” and it passed through the Senate Criminal Justice […]