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1130Manslaughter (police radio code)
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The lawyer's son, Joseph Bogonko, 29, died in mysterious circumstances on March 17.Mr Nyakundi was arraigned for manslaughter but last month Directorate of Criminal Investigations head George Kinoti said he believed the charge is a result of a bungled investigation.
A MAN will appear in court today charged with manslaughter following the death of a 90-year-old man.
A man locked up over the death of a bulimic student who took toxic slimming pills faces a retrial after having his manslaughter convictions overturned.
Bernard Rebelo, from Gosport, Hampshire, was jailed for seven years in June last year after being found guilty of the manslaughter of 21-year-old Eloise Parry, who was a student at Glyndwr University in Wrexham.
A Conway woman's voluntary manslaughter conviction has been overturned because there was no evidence that she shot her husband in a heat of passion, and thus no justification for the trial judge to instruct the jury on the charge of voluntary manslaughter, the South Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled.
Based on the tragic true story of when author Gloria Yorke's husband suffered a treatable concussion but ultimately perished due to doctor error, Medical Manslaughter is a novel about the horrific reality of preventable deaths caused by medical errors--mistakes that kill an estimated 250,000 people each year in the U.S., according to a May 2016 John Hopkins study published by the British Medical Journal.
Can a conviction for manslaughter be reached if the underlying offense was merely fifth-degree assault?
Dola was to be incarcerated today after he was found guilty of manslaughter for causing the death of his wife Wambui Kabiru.
Since 2014/15, there have been 126 murders recorded in our region, and a further nine cases of manslaughter.
The Supreme Court of Virginia has ruled that a man convicted of both common law involuntary manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter must have one of the charges vacated.
The Court of Special Appeals has reversed the manslaughter conviction of a Worcester County drug dealer last week after determining prosecutors failed to establish a causal link between the drugs sold to the victim and his death.