MIAMI (AP) - Prosecutors in Miami say they won't seek the death penalty against four people charged with murder in the case of Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor if they are convicted.
Miami-Dade County prosecutor Reid Rubin said in a letter to lawyers for the suspects that the four will face a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted.
Taylor's alleged shooter was only 17 when the crime was committed in November. Minors are ineligible for the death penalty.
The 24-year-old Taylor was shot at his Miami-area home.

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