Parkland school shooter pleads guilty to 34 counts of premeditated and attempted murder | USA TODAY

Nikolas Cruz, who killed 17 people at a Florida high school in 2018, has pleaded guilty to all 34 counts of premeditated and attempted murder.


Attorneys for Nikolas Cruz, 23, have said they will argue against the death penalty for their client. A sentencing trial is expected in the coming months.

Each murder charge carries a minimum of life in prison without parole, and the attempted murder charges carries either 20 or 25 years as minimums.

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