A Philadelphia state correctional facility is pictured in June 2018. In Philadelphia, the concept of “felony murder” means someone can spend their life in prison if someone died during a felony act, even if that person did not intend to commit murder.

A Philadelphia state correctional facility is pictured in June 2018. In Philadelphia, the concept of "felony murder" means someone can spend their life in prison if someone died during a felony act, even if that person did not intend to commit murder.

A Philadelphia state correctional facility is pictured in June 2018. In Philadelphia, the concept of “felony murder” means someone can spend their life in prison if someone died during a felony act, even if that person did not intend to commit murder.

FILE – This June 1, 2018, file photo, shows a housing unit in the west section of the State Correctional Institution at Phoenix in Collegeville, Pa. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is issuing an executive order Friday, April 10, 2020, to authorize the early release of up to 1,800 inmates from Pennsylvania state prisons in an effort to minimize the spread of the coronavirus. The Wolf administration has disclosed that 11 inmates at the State Correctional Institution-Phoenix, in Montgomery County outside Philadelphia, have contracted the virus. (AP Photo/Jacqueline Larma, File)