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Second-Degree Murder Could Carry Harsher Penalties

In Annapolis Thursday, a bill unanimously passed in the Maryland Senate that increases the penalties for second degree murder.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - In Annapolis Thursday, a bill unanimously passed in the Maryland Senate that increases the penalties for second degree murder. 

The bill sponsored by Senator Brochin would change the maximum sentence for second-degree murder from 30 years to 40 years in prison. 

The bill now heads to the Maryland House of Delegates. 

This change could mean major changes for upcoming trails in the future.



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