manslaughter

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homicide without malice aforethought

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A spokesman for the prosecutors' office Rolf Haferkamp said investigations at Duisberg near Dusseldorf in northern Germany centre on suspicions of negligent manslaughter and negligent bodily harm.
It is also acknowledged that liability for medical manslaughter in Australia differs between those states and territories adopting the common law offence of negligent manslaughter (4) and the Code states and territories that hold that manslaughter is proven where there is a negligent breach of a 'duty relating to the preservation of human life'.
Mr Trueman was arrested but it was decided that there was insufficient evidence to charge him with negligent manslaughter.
A Thomas Cook official and five hotel staff were charged with negligent manslaughter.
But he made no comment about the charges of negligent manslaughter he and others may face.
But he made no comment about the charges of negligent manslaughter he is expected to face when results from blood and tissue tests in Athens are complete.
The owner and manager of the Louis Corcyra Hotel, as well as two maintenance staff, could face negligent manslaughter charges over the deaths.
But in the statement he made no comment about the charges of negligent manslaughter he is expected to face when results from blood and tissue tests in Athens are complete.
This courtroom thriller crossed with cerebral horror sees Tom Wilkinson play a priest on trial for the negligent manslaughter of a young woman who died while in his care.
Two mothers have been charged with negligent manslaughter after five of six home-alone children died in a fire in Yazoo City, Mississippi.
Despite the fact that both national and regional statistics show that violent crimes (murder, non negligent manslaughter, aggravated assault, robbery, and forcible rape) in the U.
The 27-year-old woman is facing charges of negligent manslaughter.
Kent police and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) said their inquiries failed to find sufficient evidence to lay charges of corporate manslaughter or gross negligent manslaughter.