One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The crime of killing another human being unlawfully but unintentionally.‘James has been charged with involuntary manslaughter’as modifier ‘he has launched an appeal bid against his involuntary manslaughter conviction’
- ‘He agreed to plead no contest to involuntary manslaughter as the jury selection process was underway.’
- ‘Should she be found guilty of murder or involuntary manslaughter, she would be repatriated after serving her prison term.’
- ‘He is facing involuntary manslaughter charges for the fire that killed 100.’
- ‘A jury later convicted the bounty hunter of involuntary manslaughter.’
- ‘He was sentenced to 14 years in July 1998 for involuntary manslaughter.’
- ‘The investigation cites possible offenses, including involuntary manslaughter, assault, battery, dereliction of duty and conspiracy.’
- ‘Her conviction was later reduced to involuntary manslaughter on appeal and she was allowed to return home to Cheshire.’
- ‘The Law Commission has recognised the urgent need to reform the law on involuntary manslaughter.’
- ‘Now the club's owner, his partner and two others are facing involuntary manslaughter charges.’
- ‘He is charged with second-degree murder, involuntary manslaughter and owning a mischievous dog that killed a person.’
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