What is attempted felony murder (injury caused by another) in Florida?
The crime of Attempted Felony Murder (injury caused by another) is a Second Degree Felony that is punishable up to 15 years in prison and $10,000 fine.
This offense occurs when:
- The person attempted or completed a felony; and
- The victim was injured during the commission, attempted commission, or escape from the immediate scene of the crime by an individual other than the persons committing, attempting to commit, or escaping from the immediate scene of the crime.
Defenses to Attempted Felony Murder (Injury caused be another).
- Person did not attempt to commit a felony.
- Person did not commit a felony.
- Victim was not injured during the commission, attempted commission, or escape from the immediate scene of the crime.
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