13-Year-Old Found Dead in Sacramento

On Tuesday morning, a 13-year-old girl was found dead in the baseball dugout of a park. The night before, J.F. told her mother she was going to meet someone, much to her dismay as she did not want her to leave after dark. The next morning, a passerby saw the body of the girl in the park close to her middle school. According to the coroner, J.F. suffered from blunt force trauma, a stab wound to the neck, and asphyxia. So far, police do not have any leads regarding who she went to meet that night.

If you or a loved one is under investigation for murder or a related crime, please do not hesitate to contact a Sacramento criminal attorney Wise Law Group, PC. In California, the penalties for homicide vary based on the degree of the charge. For example, second degree murder means that there was not any premeditation involved and first degree means that the act was premeditated. In order to discuss your case with a qualified professional, contact a Sacramento criminal defense lawyer from our team as soon as possible.

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