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Man charged with murder of New Orleans rapper


Murder is a very serious crime in Louisiana. Someone who is facing a murder charge knows how serious a crime this is and how it is not tolerated by the public or law enforcement. A crime of such magnitude can affect a defendant's life forever.

This past April, an up-and-coming rapper by the name of BTY Young'N was shot at a gas station in New Orleans. Police found the victim lying on the ground near the gas pump, where he was pronounced dead at the scene. This past week, police identified a suspect and say that they will charge him with second-degree murder as soon as he is located. The suspect previously pled guilty in a state racketeering case.

Someone who is facing murder charges can feel scared and confused. A murder charge is a complicated matter and a conviction can land a person in prison for the rest of their lives or even expose them to the death penalty.

A legal professional who is skilled in criminal defense can help their client tell their side of the story. They understand the stakes are high and can discreetly help their client who is facing criminal difficulties. A 1st degree murder charge is the most serious charge a person can face. Even if a person is facing a less serious homicide charge, like 2nd degree murder, there can still be serious penalties. An attorney can aggressively defend their client against these charges understand what is necessary to help their client get a favorable resolution.

A murder conviction can change a life forever. These are very serious charges in which a defendant should know their legal rights and make sure they are doing everything to defend themselves.

Source: theadvocate.com, "Man accused of gunning down New Orleans rapper BTY Young'N identified, to be charged with 2nd degree murder", May 12, 2017

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