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first degree is volutary and second degree is involutary
Here are the difference:
Murder: First Degree
In most states, first-degree murder is defined as an unlawful killing that is both willful and premeditated, meaning that it was committed after planning or “lying in wait” for the victim.
For example, Dan comes home to find his wife in bed with Victor. Three days later, Dan waits behind a tree near Victor’s front door. When Victor comes out of the house, Dan shoots and kills him.
Most states also adhere to a legal concept known as the “felony murder rule,” under which a person commits first-degree murder if any death (even an accidental one) results from the commission of certain violent felonies — usually arson, burglary, kidnapping, rape, and robbery.
For example, Dan and Connie rob Victor’s liquor store, but as they are fleeing, Victor shoots and kills Dan. Under the felony murder rule, Connie can be charged with first-degree murder for Dan’s death.
Murder: Second degree
Second-degree murder is ordinarily defined as 1) an intentional killing that is not premeditated or planned, nor committed in a reasonable “heat of passion” or 2) a killing caused by dangerous conduct and the offender’s obvious lack of concern for human life. Second-degree murder may best be viewed as the middle ground between first-degree murder and voluntary manslaughter.
For example, Dan comes home to find his wife in bed with Victor. At a stoplight the next day, Dan sees Victor riding in the passenger seat of a nearby car. Dan pulls out a gun and fires three shots into the car, missing Victor but killing the driver of the car.
uhhh no, involutary would be manslaughter
first degree would be me shooting someone
2nd degree would be something that i did that directly causes the death of that person
Premeditation. If you thought about it, planned it, and then carried that plan out; that’s 1st Degree.
If you thought about it, and it happened without any planning; that’s 2nd Degree.
no ethan, you shooting someone would be first degree murder not manslaughter southern comfort is also right in this case volutary and premeditation are the same
you need to get a life trying to insult people over the internet
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wow.do ytall really do this?
your guys are riducolous
What is the difference between 1st degree robbery and principal to first degree robbery?
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