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  1. ...a person is guilty of Hindering... criminal assistance to a person who ... it means she is being charged with aiding in a 1st degree murder . (This could...

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 12/01/2014

  2. ...reduce the charge , they will simply return a not guilty verdict on a murder 1 charge , which, due to the Merger Doctrine, automatically means that the defendant is not guilty of all...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 26/02/2013

  3. ... Guilty ' to any charge . Even if everyone know'...jail for not pleading ' Guilty ' .. Here in ...39; verdict !! ... It simply mean 's the police know you commited...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 29/05/2008

  4. Depends on the deal for the particular plea. I mean , morally, sure, it makes sense to own up to things you did or caused. But practically...

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  5. ...) HGV means Hand Gun...part of another violent crime charge like robbery, murder etc. You did... this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and, in addition to any other penalty ...

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  6. If they are charged , in the US, it means that the district attorney is ...a court case. It is up to the defendant, to decide how to plead, guilty or not guilty . The case will...

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  7. ... is not guilty of murder , but is most assuredly guilty of false imprisonment. They chose to try to escape and plunge to ... will. He could be charged with criminal neglegence, and find...

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  8. ...someone die? Without a death, there is not murder . Attempted murder is possible, but not likely without an identified intended victim. The charges that comes to mind are illegally discharging a firearm, public endangerment, and ...

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  9. ... makes the person appear guilty as sin huh? But no, they can't charge you with the murder unless they have proof.However, you...upon the murder scene while coming to visit. Or that you suspected...

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  10. In the US, first degree murder is life in prison without parole. By pleading to a lesser charge , usually second degree murder , the person would still get a substantial prison sentence, but could be eventually eligible for parole.

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