Originally Posted by JW357
I had never heard of a law like this. I like it. I think all states should adapt it.
We have had it here in Florida for years, and it has dome well through the appellate courts. If I remember correctly only the actual shooter can get the death penalty, but all the others can get up to life without parole.
We had one not long ago that involved an accomplice located roughly a block away. Her job was as a lookout. She got arrested and charged with murder. It's hard to keep track of all our murders, but I believe she made a testimony deal and entered a guilty plea for a reduced sentence.