Here's a situation: three guys (18 and over) killed a 15 year old and wounded an adult. If all three of the men were the

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but only one actually fired the gun, but the gun belonged to one if the other guys, what happens to each? ~simple form~ guy 'A' kills someone and attempts murder on another with guy 'B' 's gun. and guy 'A' guy 'B' and guy 'C' were all there.
1#
2016-01-27
Its called guilty by association. They are all gonna get the murder charge unless one of them actually tryed to stop the other(s) from killing the person.
2#
2016-01-27
They all go to jail Guy A for killingGuy B providing gun and accomplice Guy C accomplice (unless he said anything to the police about the murder)
3#
2016-01-27
Accessory to murder - without anything but testimony, proving whom the trigger-man was will be harder without forensic evidence. Depending on the circumstances, and the State, one, two, or all three could be looking at the business end of a needle filled with potassium - if the crime was pre-meditated (murder-one).
4#
2016-01-27
All are chargeable for the same crime. Hence the logic, be careful who you keep as friends. Looks like murder to me, all men will probably be charged with murder.
5#
2016-01-27
Accessory to murder. Prison forsure for A&B...C.. Not too sure, maybe the same
6#
2016-01-27
They all are guilty of the same crime and will be charged with the same crime. The difference is the one who pulled the trigger will usually get a harsher penalty.

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