First Degree Murder
First-degree murder is characterized as an unlawful killing that is both willful and planned, implying that it was conferred in the wake of arranging or "lying in hold up" for the victim. For instance, A gets back home to discover his wife other in bed with B. After three days, A holds up behind a tree close to B's front entryway. At the point when B leaves his home, A shoots and murders him.