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In many cases prosecution must prove that a person who is of sound mind has killed another person unlawfully with the intention of killing them or causing them grievous harm.
In a voluntary manslaughter case the prosecution must also prove that a person had diminished responsibility, provocation or death caused by a suicide pact. This cannot be classed as murder.
Involuntary manslaughter does not involve any intention to kill or cause bodily harm. However, the other elements of involuntary manslaughter are exactly the same as murder and include unlawful act manslaughter, and gross negligence manslaughter.
In order to build your defence, you will require a high level of legal experience and competency in cases of this severity. Contact Haymans today find out how we can help you in your criminal court case.