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What is Wanton Endangerment and What is the Difference between First and Second-Degree Wanton Endangerment?
One of the defining elements of many criminal offenses is the state of mind of the accused at the time the alleged offense was committed. For example, if someone commits a homicide with malicious intent (i.e., the intent to kill or cause serious bodily injury), they can be charged with murder. If, on the… Read More »