When someone has been arrested in connection with a death, make sure that you ask for the exact wording of the offence that they have been charged with (if any).
Remember to adhere to the rules of sub judice.
Once someone has been charged with a crime the rules of sub judice apply.
You can only discuss the facts of the case, that is, that a person has been arrested and charged, the nature of the charge and the undisputed facts of the case what has been said in court or is not in dispute.
You cannot say anything that might imply the guilt or innocence of the accused.