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CrimeIf convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?

20:05  12 september  2019
20:05  12 september  2019 Source:   cincinnati.com

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Skylar Richardson trial: Prosecutors play 2nd police interrogation video for jurors The prosecution is expected to continue Monday in the murder trial of Skylar Richardson, who is accused of killing and burying her newborn baby in her backyard in 2017. 

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The jury tasked with determining the fate of Skylar Richardson began deliberating Thursday morning around 11:15 a.m. Their deliberations could last minutes, hours or days.

Richardson faces four felony charges in connection to her daughter's death in 2017. She is accused of killing the newborn and burying it in her backyard.

During the eight-day trial, the 20-year-old's lawyers argued she had a stillbirth and panicked. They also claim her later confessions to police were coerced.

What she's charged with

She is charged with aggravated murder, involuntary manslaughter, child endangerment and gross abuse of a corpse.

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What led to Brooke Skylar Richardson an 18 year old Carlisle, Ohio teen burying her newborn baby in the family Not necessarily understood is how the child came to be buried in the backyard, why If convicted , she could face up to five years in prison . Brooke Skylar Richardson appearing in court

Brooke Skylar Richardson is accused of deliberately killing her newborn baby. If convicted , she could spend the rest of her life in prison . The second week of the trial for Brooke " Skylar " Of how she volunteered to coach a cheerleading team for kids with special needs, and of carrots her family

Warren County Common Pleas Judge Donald Oda dismissed a charge of tampering with evidence earlier this week.

Who is the jury

There are 6 men and 9 women who sat in the jury box during the course of the trial. That's 12 jurors and three alternates. The alternates will eventually be dismissed. The jury is all white. Warren County is over 90% white.

If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?
If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?
If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?
If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?
If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?
If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?
If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?
If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?
If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?
If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?

Aggravated murder

If the jury finds Richardson guilty of aggravated murder, she faces 15 years to life in prison. This charge hinges on the baby being born alive and Richardson intentionally killing the child.

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Skylar Richardson trial: Attorney blasts police who investigated case The 20-year-old former high school cheerleader is charged with aggravated murder and involuntary manslaughter for the death of her newborn girl.

As Brooke Skylar Richardson 's trial entered its second week, her defense attorneys made their case. Prosecutors say she killed her child so no one would ever find out she was pregnant. If convicted , she could spend the rest of her life in prison .

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Involuntary manslaughter

If the jury finds that the baby was born alive, but Richardson did not intentionally take her life, they could find Richardson guilty of involuntary manslaughter. In this situation, the jury would be agreeing that Richardson's action caused the death of the child, but that her purpose was not to kill it. This charge carries a sentence of up to 11 years in prison.

Child endangering

The judge said if Richardson is guilty of involuntary manslaughter, then she is also guilty of child endangering, which carries a sentence of two to eight years in prison. However, the jury could find Richard guilty of child endangering alone without finding her guilty of the more serious offenses.

The jury can only find Richardson guilty of these three charges – aggravated murder, involuntary manslaughter and child endangering – if they believe there was a live birth, the judge said.

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For months, nobody knew 18-year-old Brooke Skylar Richardson was pregnant. When Richardson returned to the gynecologist for birth control later that summer, she told the doctor what happened — and before long , police had questions. If convicted , Richardson could face life in prison .

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Gross abuse of a corpse

Gross abuse of a corpse carries a sentence of six to 12 months in prison. Ohio law defines as abuse as treating the corpse in a way "that the person knows would outrage reasonable family sensibilities" or "community sensibilities."

This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: If convicted, how long could Brooke Skylar Richardson spend in prison?

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