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Alleged murder plot could have lasting impact on 2 Florida girls

Young children can often make decisions that leave them facing serious consequences. In some instances, kids may carry out actions or plan to carry out actions that result in their having criminal charges brought against them. Depending on the type of crime allegedly involved, their decisions could have a lasting impact.

It was recently reported that two young girls were taken into custody in Florida after allegedly planning to kill students at their school. Apparently, the girls had wanted to kill at least one student but had the desire to kill between 15 to 25 students. They also allegedly planned to kill themselves after leaving body parts at the entrance of, presumably, the school. The reasons for this plan were reported as having satanic connections.

School administrators began looking for the girls after they were missing from class. They were found in a bathroom and allegedly had multiple knives, a knife sharpener and a pizza cutter with them. It was not reported how details of their alleged plot were uncovered. Because the girls were 11 and 12 years old, they were taken to a juvenile detention center, and they are currently facing charges for possession of a weapon on school property and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder.

This situation could have a lasting impact on the lives of the Florida girls involved, and their parents undoubtedly want to find the best avenues for dealing with the criminal charges they now face. They may want to explore the available legal options for handling this type of situation, especially for juveniles. Due to the serious nature of the allegations brought against them, creating meaningful defense presentations may be in their best interests.

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