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The unlawful killing of a man, either in negligence or incidentally to the commission of some unlawful act, but without specific malice, or upon a sudden excitement of anger.
The unlawful killing of a human being without express or implied malice.
killing another person without the intent to kill or the intent to cause severe bodily harm.
The unlawful killing of a person without any deliberation. Can be voluntary, i.e., the unlawful taking of human life under circumstances falling short of premeditated intent to kill, or involuntary, i.e., the unintentional taking of human life as a result of performing an unlawful act or negligently performing a lawful act. (Compare murder; see also homicide.)
All nonintentional homicide.
An unlawful homicide where the actus reus of murder has taken place, but without the mens rea for that offence.
The accused has the necessary actus reus and mens rea for murder, but there are mitigating circumstances which allow a partial defence and so reduce liability to that of manslaughter.
The killing of another without the specific intent to kill; a killing without malice aforethought.
homicide without malice aforethought
The unpremeditated killing of a person. Can be voluntary or involuntary, determined by circumstances. The feature distinguishing involuntary manslaughter from voluntary is the absence of intent to cause death or commit an act that might be expected to produce death or harm. Voluntary manslaughter is homicide that is committed during an act in the heat of passion.
Killing of a person without the element of intention necessary to constitute murder.â€¢ Traffic Offences (incl. minor traffic)
The unlawful killing of another without malice; may be either voluntary upon a sudden impulse, or involuntary in the commission of some unlawful act.
The unintentional killing of another through a reckless act. Illinois recognizes only an involuntary killing as manslaughter. If the act causing death is voluntary, the Illinois Criminal Code classifies the offense as either first or second degree murder. [Go to source
or â€œvehicular homicideâ€ is a serious felony that occurs when there is a death that is caused by driving under the influence of alcohol. Depending upon the circumstances, some states may treat manslaughter as a misdemeanor.
The unlawful killing of another without intent to kill; either voluntary (upon a sudden impulse); or involuntary (during the commission of an unlawful act not ordinarily expected to result in great bodily harm). (See also murder.)
Unlawful killing of another without intent to kill. May be voluntary, i.e., upon sudden impulse, e.g., a quarrel erupts into a fistfight in which a participant is killed; or involuntary, i.e., committed during commission of an unlawful act not ordinarily expected to result in great bodily harm, or during commission of a lawful act without proper caution, e.g., driving an automobile at excessive speed, resulting in fatal collision. Compare murder.
Accidental homicide or homicide which occurs without an intent to kill and which does not occur during the commission of another crime or under extreme provocation.
is the unlawful killing of a person caused: without intent to kill, usually as a result of a careless, reckless or negligent act; intentionally but due to extreme provocation; or when in a state of mind that impairs the capacity to understand or control one's actions.
The unlawful killing of another without an intent to kill that person. Manslaughter can be either voluntary (committed on a sudden impulse) or involuntary (committed during the commission of some other unlawful act that does not usually result in great bodily harm).
The unlawful killing of another without premeditation, either voluntary -- upon a sudden impulse, for example, a quarrel erupts into a fistfight in which one of the participants is killed; or involuntary -- during the commission of an unlawful act not ordinarily expected to result in great bodily harm, or during the commission of a lawful act without proper caution, for example, driving an automobile at excessive speed resulting in a fatal collision.
Unlawful killing without intent to kill. It can be voluntary (such as a deadly fist fight) or involuntary (such as an accident caused by a speeding car).
119] For a woman to dream that she sees, or is in any way connected with, manslaughter, denotes that she will be desperately scared lest her name be coupled with some scandalous sensation.  See Murder.