While manslaughter is considered less serious than the offence of murder, it still falls under the category of serious crime.
The primary difference between manslaughter and murder is that, with a manslaughter case, there is no intention to kill the victim.
All forms of manslaughter are considered extremely serious offences and, as such, they can carry considerable sentences. The judge has the discretionary power to impose a life prison sentence, but it is more common for a judge to pass a sentence in terms of years.
There are few cases that demand the same attention and extensive preparation as manslaughter and murder cases. It is vital that you have the best defence team in order to ensure that you have the best chance of receiving the verdict and the result that you desire.
Maximum: Life imprisonment
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