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Manslaughter consists of 11 letters and 3 syllables. Established brand using 3 syllable name: Home Depot, Burlington.

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This domain has been continuously registered since 2003. Older domains might have an advantage when ranking in search engines and generally indicate higher value brands.

Manslaughter – Meaning and Definition

Manslaughter is an unlawful killing without implied or express malice. The absence of malice intent often means that manslaughter involves less moral blame than a murder. And, although, manslaughter is a serious crime, the punishment for it is lighter than that for murder.

The two main types of manslaughter are normally referred to as voluntary and involuntary.

Voluntary Manslaughter

Voluntary manslaughter occurs when a person is strongly provoked and kills in the heat of passion due to that provocation.

Involuntary Manslaughter

Involuntary manslaughter refers to unintentional killing from criminally negligent or reckless actions. It can also refer to an unintentional killing through commission of a crime other than a felony.

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