As seen on:
1610 Southern Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL
Board Certified Criminal Trial Specialist
The scope of felony murder in Florida is broad. A person may be guilty of felon murder even the though:
1. The accused person did not do the slaying;
2. Neither the accused or the slayer planned to kill the victim;
3. The accused was not at the scene of the crime;
4. The person killed was not the object of the target felony. This means that the accused can guilty of a co-felon’s or bystander’s death.