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...Those accused of murder, who have been convicted for the death of more than two people shall be punished with permanent, revisable imprisonment... We are Murder Lawyers in Spain
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Spanish Criminal Law on Murder
Organic Act 10/1995, dated 23rd November, on the Criminal Code | Article 139 | Article 140
1. Whoever kills another when any of the following circumstances concur shall be convicted of murder and punished with a prison sentence of fifteen to twenty-five years:
1. With premeditation;
2. For a price, reward or promise;
3. With wanton cruelty, deliberately and inhumanely increasing the victim’s suffering;
4. To facilitate the perpetration of another criminal offence or to prevent discovery.
2. When more than one of the circumstances foreseen in the preceding Article concur in a murder, the punishment shall be imposed in the upper half of the sentencing range.
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1. Murder shall be punished with permanent, revisable imprisonment when any of the following circumstances concurs:
1. The victim is under sixteen years of age, or is an especially vulnerable individual due to his age,
illness or disability;
2. The deed takes place following a criminal offence against sexual freedom committed by the perpetrator against the victim;
3. The deed is committed by an individual belonging to a criminal group or organisation.
2. Those accused of murder, who have been convicted for the death of more than two people shall be punished with permanent, revisable imprisonment. In this case, the provisions outlined under Sub-Paragraph b) of Section 1 of Article 78 bis and under Sub-Paragraph b) of Section 2 of the same Article shall be applied.