Ronald Burdette Murder Death – After entering a guilty plea to one crime of murder, one count of first-degree assault, and one count of first-degree wanton endangerment, Ronald Burdette, age 56, was sentenced on Thursday, according to a release. Burdette was found guilty of all three charges. On Wednesday, a jury decided that Burdette was responsible for all three accusations against him. It was decided that Burdette was accountable for all three crimes that were committed.
In the past, Burdette was accused of being solely responsible for each of these three infractions. Officials said that Burdette pleaded guilty to the charges that accuse him of shooting his wife and causing her death inside their home, killing his daughter in the neck, and shooting at his son. Burdette is also accused of shooting at his son. On top of that, he admits to shooting at his own son. The occasion took place on May 15th, 2022, which was the year in which it took place.
After being found guilty of murder, Burdette was given a punishment that ranged from life in prison to a maximum of 25 years behind bars. He ultimately received the maximum sentence of 25 years. In addition, he was given concurrent sentences for the offenses of assault (for which he received a sentence of 20 years) and wanton endangerment (for which he received a term of 5 years), for a combined total of 25 years. He does not satisfy the standards for being placed on probation, and after serving twenty years in prison, he will not satisfy the requirements for being released on parole either. He is not eligible for either of these punishment options. The requirements for achieving freedom through either of these two routes are overwhelming.