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first-degree

[ˈfɜːstdɪˈgriː] adj (burn) → di primo grado
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Summary: An Oklahoma man facing first-degree murder and hate crime charges in the fatal shooting of his Lebanese neighbor is set for trial this week.
She was arrested Friday in California and charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder.
CRESWELL - The three teens accused of starting the Creswell mill fire Sunday will all be charged as juveniles, including the 16-year-old boy who could have been prosecuted as an adult because of the Measure 11 charge of first-degree arson, officials said Friday.
He is charged with four counts of first-degree rape, two counts of first-degree sodomy, first-degree kidnapping and online sexual corruption of a child.
Since coming to Worcester nearly four years ago, the former assistant district attorney in Suffolk and Middlesex counties has tried 11 murder cases and won eight first-degree murder convictions.
124 COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND BIPOLAR DISORDER AND THEIR FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES
resident will plead not guilty to first-degree murder in the death of Tim Bosma, the Hamilton man who disappeared earlier this month after taking two men on a test drive of his truck.
A LIMASSOL security guards was treated fir first-degree burns late on Friday after a man approached him at the factory where he worked, threw flammable liquid in his face and set him on fire.
They found that more than 60 percent of those with a first-degree relative with male breast cancer perceived themselves as being at higher risk of developing the disease, while only 46 percent of those with a female first-degree relative did.
Screening should begin at 40 years of age for patients with a family history of CRC or AP in at least 1 first-degree relative or CRC in at least 2 second-degree relatives (strength of recommendation [SOR]: B, extrapolation from systematic reviews).
First-degree atrioventricular (AV) block, a common disorder of the heart's electrical system, has been thought to be harmless.
District attorny Locke Bell said: "If you're committing robbery, rape or kidnapping and a person dies, that's first-degree murder.