First Degree Murder
Imprisonment for Life Without Eligibility for Parole
First Degree Murder -- Not Guilty by jury
In the case of People v Takais Brown, the charge was first degree murder. The defendant, 6-foot-8 former University of Georgia power forward who played professionally in Slovenia and Finland was facing up to life in prison if convicted of first-degree murder. He was found with the decedent’s watches in his pocket and the murder weapon in his apartment. In addition, he lied to the police about how these very incriminating items came in to his possession.
The trial lasted 23 days. Hundreds of exhibits were presented and numerous witnesses were called by the government to try and convict Takais Brown. The jury deliberated less than three hours. The verdict? NOT GUILTY. He was ordered freed after having been jailed for approximately two years in the Genesee County Jail awaiting trial.
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First degree murder is the most serious criminal charge in Michigan law. First degree murder requires premeditation. The prosecutor must prove that the murder was planned. The accused must have considered the timing and acted to increase the likelihood of success or acted to evade detection or apprehension.
In Michigan, a person who is found guilty of first degree murder shall be punished by imprisonment for life without eligibility for parole.
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