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  • Nevada Murder Charges are a Matter of Life and Death¬† When someone unlawfully takes the life of another person, murder charges can result. Murder is a heinous crime that is made even more so whenever it is premeditated. As such, Chapter 200 of the Nevada Revised Statute recognizes varying degrees of murder, with different punishments being associated with each one. First-degree murder is the most serious category, and occurs whenever another lies in wait or otherwise plans a killing. Second-degree murder happens whenever an individual acts suddenly, usually out of anger, and takes the life of another. To be considered second-degree murder, the death should be one that likely would not have happened if circumstances had been different. The minimum

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