The crime of killing a human being without malice aforethought, or otherwise in circumstances not amounting to murder
the defendant was convicted of manslaughter
homicide without malice aforethought
Manslaughter is a legal term for the killing of a human being, in a manner considered by law as less culpable than murder.
Manslaughter is a 1922 silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Thomas Meighan, Leatrice Joy and Lois Wilson.
Manslaughter is a 1930 film directed by George Abbott, and starring Claudette Colbert and Fredric March. An original print of the film is saved in the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Manslaughter (Danish: Drabet) is a 2005 Danish film written and directed by Per Fly. The film stars Jesper Christensen and Pernilla August as well as Fly's wife Charlotte Fich.
Manslaughter is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.
In the English law of homicide, manslaughter is a less serious offence than murder, the differential being between levels of fault based on the mens rea (Latin for "guilty mind"). ...
An act of killing a human being unlawfully, but not wilfully (as opposed to murder)
(manslaughtering) Having commited manslaughter
The unlawful, but unintended killing of a person. Can be voluntary, like when someone is killed unlawfully under circumstances that don't include a premeditated intent to kill. ...
The unjustifiable, inexcusable, and intentional killing of a human being without deliberation, premeditation, and malice.
For a woman to dream that she sees, or is in any way connected with, manslaughter, denotes that she will be desperately scared lest her name be coupled with some scandalous sensation. See Murder.
Killing of a person without the element of intention necessary to constitute murder.
A person recklessly causes the death of another, or acting under extreme emotional disturbance, causes the death of another, or acting under circumstances when a person reasonably believes the circumstances provide a legal justification or excuse for his conduct constitutes manslaughter.
The unintentional killing of another through a reckless act. Illinois recognizes only an involuntary killing as manslaughter. If the act causing death is voluntary, the Illinois Criminal Code classifies the offense as either first or second degree murder.
Unlawful killing without intent to kill. It can be voluntary (such as a deadly fist fight) or involuntary (such as an accident caused by a speeding car).
is a criminal variation of homicide that normally carries a lesser sentence than murder, due to its lack of malicious intent. Most legal systems differentiate between voluntary and involuntary manslaughter, based on the level of culpability of the perpetrator. ...
The deliberate killing of a person without premeditation (or the other circumstances of murder) is manslaughter for which the maximum sentence is 20 years.
Unlawful killing of a human but without malice. It is 'voluntary' if commited with intent. Involuntary if commited unintentionally.
or “vehicular homicide” is a serious felony that occurs when there is a death that is caused by driving under the influence of alcohol. Depending upon the circumstances, some states may treat manslaughter as a misdemeanor.
The unlawful killing of another without intent to kill; either voluntary (upon a sudden impulse); or involuntary (during the commission of an unlawful act not ordinarily expected to result in great bodily harm). (See also murder.)