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When the appeal is successful, will it be far enough down the road to avoid riots?
 

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Now Way of Knowing @PawPower1981 - Aggravating and Mitigating Factors for Second Degree Murder Make for All Kinds of Shit Storms...​

In addition to elements set out in the penal code, there are usually some aggravating and mitigating factors that courts examine to determine the second-degree murder penalties.​

You're guess is as good as the CNN pundits who want him crucified as opposed to prison time. These factors vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but most jurisdictions will examine a few basic factors when deciding on punishments.

In the federal system, for example, under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, a judge can increase a second-degree murder sentence if the defendant's conduct was exceptionally heinous, cruel, brutal, or degrading to the victim. Other aggravating factors include a defendant's criminal history, whether the crime constituted a hate crime, and whether the defendant used a firearm in the commission of the crime.

States also examine similar aggravating and mitigating factors when determining second-degree murder penalties.

I'm not a lawyer, but I play one on TV.
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Now Way of Knowing @PawPower1981 - Aggravating and Mitigating Factors for Second Degree Murder Make for All Kinds of Shit Storms...​

In addition to elements set out in the penal code, there are usually some aggravating and mitigating factors that courts examine to determine the second-degree murder penalties.​

You're guess is as good as the CNN pundits who want him crucified as opposed to prison time. These factors vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but most jurisdictions will examine a few basic factors when deciding on punishments.

In the federal system, for example, under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, a judge can increase a second-degree murder sentence if the defendant's conduct was exceptionally heinous, cruel, brutal, or degrading to the victim. Other aggravating factors include a defendant's criminal history, whether the crime constituted a hate crime, and whether the defendant used a firearm in the commission of the crime.

States also examine similar aggravating and mitigating factors when determining second-degree murder penalties.

I'm not a lawyer, but I play one on TV.
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