Felony Murder in Wisconsin
What is “felony murder” in Wisconsin?
Wisconsin law defines felony murder as causing death to another individual while committing a felony. You can be charged with felony murder regardless of your intent. If you are charged with felony murder in Wisconsin, you will face 15 years of prison in addition to the sentence for the felony you committed.
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