Murder And Manslaughter Penalties

Penalties for First-Degree Murder

If found guilty for murder in the state of Oklahoma, the penalties are:

  • Capital punishment
  • Life in prison with or without the possibility for parole

If found guilty for murder within the federal courts, the penalties are:

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Voluntary Manslaughter

Voluntary manslaughter is defined as a lesser degree of homicide than second-degree murder wherein the act was instigated through "legally adequate provocation."

Penalties For Voluntary Manslaughter

If found guilty for voluntary manslaughter in the state of Oklahoma, the penalty is:

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If found guilty for voluntary manslaughter within the federal courts, the penalties are:

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Involuntary Manslaughter

Involuntary manslaughter is defined as unintentional murder, proven beyond reasonable doubt that it was actually unintentional.

Penalties For Involuntary Manslaughter

If found guilty for involuntary manslaughter in the state of Oklahoma, the penalty is:

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If found guilty for involuntary manslaughter within the federal courts, the penalties are:

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