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What is Involuntary Manslaughter?

What is Involuntary Manslaughter?

Involuntary Manslaughter is a Serious Crime Involuntary manslaughter is defined as the unintentional killing of another person while committing either a crime that is not an inherently dangerous felony or a lawful act that might produce death. Involuntary manslaughter...

What is a Felony?

What is a Felony?

A felony is a crime that carries the possibility of a prison sentence ranging from one year up to and including life in prison or the death penalty. Examples of felony offenses include:  Murder Rape Kidnapping Forgery Theft Identity fraud If you have been charged with...

What is Negligence

What is Negligence

Negligence is the foundation of the tort system in modern law. It is generally accepted that if one acts in an unreasonably careless manner and causes harm to another person, the careless person will likely be legally liable for any harm as the result of their...

Domestic Partnership

Domestic Partnership

A domestic partnership is not identical to marriage, but it provides some of the same benefits. Some states refer to the institution as a "civil union," but the definition of what is a domestic partnership or civil union varies from one city or state to the next. The...

What is a DUI?

What is a DUI?

A DUI is frequently utilized when referring to an individual who has been charged or caught, "drunk driving,". In the United States, a person is considered legally intoxicated or too intoxicated to drive successfully. The law takes the position that this is the level...

What is At Fault vs No Fault Insurance

What is At Fault vs No Fault Insurance

After being involved in a car accident, damages are assessed to determine who will pay for repairs. If the accident resulted in injuries, you might seek compensation from the other party. In the United States, the law allows each state to follow its own rules. There...