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Teen Accused of Attacking His Parents

A teen and his friend were accused of attacking his parents with a baseball bat in his Farmington Hills home last week Monday. The attack resulted in the death of his father and the beating of his mother and brother by baseball bat. Both teens were charged with first-degree premeditated murder and first-degree felony murder for the death of his father. The teens were charged with one count of armed robbery and two counts of assault with intent to commit murder for the beating of his mother and brother.

Records report that both teens are currently on probation for drug charges. Police believe the attack was in result of a botched robbery. At the arraignment, bail was denied. Both teens pled not guilty.

First degree murder is a felony punishable by life imprisonment; whether premeditated or during the commission of a felony.

Armed robbery is a felony punishable by imprisonment for life or any term of years. If an aggravated assault or serious injury is inflicted by any person during the commission of the armed robbery, the person must be sentenced to imprisonment for at least two years.

Assault with intent to murder is a felony punishable by imprisonment for life or any number of years.

If your life is on the line, and you're facing charges that may result in you spending the rest of your life behind bars, it is imperative that you retain an experienced defense attorney who can protect your interests and present a solid defense.

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