My friend plead guilty to felony murder so he would not end up going to trial. He plead guilty so he wouldn't have to face trial and put his family through the stress. The evidence in the trial of his co-defendant showed that he did not kill the person he was accused of killing. But he was there and fled the house after a few minutes of being in there. He did hurt 2 people in that house, but they are still alive. He was under the influence of shrooms, "spice" and alcohol. He is now in prison with life without parole. I heard that his possible charge if he went back to trial would be Aiding and abetting. But I was wondering if it was worth him going back to trial to possibly get a lesser sentence.Just to add, the judge gave him 43 days to appeal his plea of guilty after his sentencing.