vehicular manslaughter

  • 1vehicular manslaughter — A violation of traffic laws that results in a fatality. Vehicular manslaughter can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the circumstances. Drunk driving resulting in a death is most likely treated as a felony. The death of a… …

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  • 2vehicular manslaughter — See vehicular homicide …

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  • 3Vehicular homicide — ( or sometimes known as Vehicular Manslaughter ) in most states in the United States, is a crime. In general, it involves death that results from the negligent operation of a vehicle, or that results from driving whilst committing an unlawful act …

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  • 4manslaughter — man·slaugh·ter / man ˌslȯ tər/ n: the unlawful killing of a human being without malice compare homicide, murder involuntary manslaughter: manslaughter resulting from the failure to perform a legal duty expressly required to safeguard human life …

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  • 5Manslaughter — For other uses, see Manslaughter (disambiguation). Homicide …

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  • 6vehicular crimes — Criminal acts committed while operating a motor vehicle, e.g. vehicular manslaughter (N.Y. Penal Law 125.13), vehicular assault (N.Y.Penal Law 120.04). See also vehicular homicide …

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  • 7vehicular homicide — Homicide caused by the unlawful and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Both intentional conduct and negligence may be the basis for such charge though statutes vary from state to state as to the elements of the crime. See e.g. Model Penal… …

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  • 8Manslaughter in English law — Homicide Murder …

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  • 9manslaughter — noun (law) ADJECTIVE ▪ attempted ▪ involuntary, voluntary ▪ reckless ▪ vehicular (AmE) ▪ corporate …

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  • 10vehicular — adj. Vehicular is used with these nouns: ↑access, ↑homicide, ↑manslaughter, ↑traffic …

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  • 11Voluntary manslaughter — Homicide Murde …

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  • 12negligent manslaughter — A statutory crime in some jurisdictions consisting of an unlawful and unjustified killing of a person by negligence but without malice. See also negligent homicide vehicular homicide …

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  • 13negligent manslaughter — A statutory crime in some jurisdictions consisting of an unlawful and unjustified killing of a person by negligence but without malice. See also negligent homicide vehicular homicide …

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  • 14George Russell Weller — Infobox Criminal subject name = George Russell Weller image size = image caption = date of birth = birth date and age |1916|12|7 place of birth = Santa Monica, California, U.S.A. date of death = place of death = charge = 10 counts of vehicular… …

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  • 15Lane Garrison — Infobox actor imagesize = 150px name = Lane Garrison birthname = Lane Edward Garrison birthdate = birth date and age|1980|05|23 location = Dallas, Texas USA yearsactive = 2004 present spouse = homepage = academyawards = emmyawards = tonyawards =… …

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  • 16Maryland Transportation Authority Police — Not to be confused with Maryland Transit Administration Police. Maryland Transportation Authority Police Abbreviation MdTAP Pa …

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  • 17Rebecca Gayheart — Born August 12, 1971 (1971 08 12) (age 40) Hazard, Kentucky, U.S. Occupation Actress Years active 1990–present Spouse Eric Dane …

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  • 18Criminal negligence — For other uses, see Negligence (disambiguation). Criminal law …

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  • 19intoxication — in·tox·i·ca·tion /in ˌtäk sə kā shən/ n 1: the state or condition of being intoxicated 2: a defense based on inability to form the requisite specific intent to commit a crime due to intoxication Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam… …

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  • 20Ryan O'Reily — is a fictional character in the television series Oz . He was portrayed by Dean Winters from 1997 to 2003. Character overview Prisoner #97P904. Convicted July 12, 1997 Two counts of vehicular manslaughter, five counts of reckless endangerment,… …

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