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Attempted Murder

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According to Wisconsin law, a person who attempts to commit first-degree intentional homicide is guilty of a Class B felony, which has a sentence of up to 60 years.

“Attempt” requires that the person had an intent to perform acts and attain a result would constitute such crime, that the person acted toward the commission of the crime, and that the person would have committed the crime except for the intervention of another person or some other extraneous factor.

If you’ve been charged with attempted murder, you should seek experienced legal representation as soon as possible.

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