Home Inmate Central

Inmate Central, where civil and family-friendly discourse about off-audio topics (other than religion and politics) is welcome.

RE: "Killing" implies intent

no, killing just implies death

'There was none'

you don't know that ... it just happened

what if it turns out there was motive involved?

homicide / murder implies intent to kill ... they're legal terms

killing is the act, death can be a result, but not necessarily, it can be assumed

it's not necessary to have a corpse to convict for murder for instance

charged by law, manslaughter addresses death via negligence

there's also degrees of both manslaughter and murder

there can be willful negligence involved in manslaughter

is that a 'shortcoming' that you didn't know this?

probably not

killing is complicated ... and I'm not just parsing words either


This post is made possible by the generous support of people like you and our sponsors:
  Analog Engineering Associates  


Follow Ups Full Thread
Follow Ups
  • RE: "Killing" implies intent - rivervalley817 04/15/2114:25:23 04/15/21 (0)

FAQ

Post a Message!

Forgot Password?
Moniker (Username):
Password (Optional):
  Remember my Moniker & Password  (What's this?)    Eat Me
E-Mail (Optional):
Subject:
Message:   (Posts are subject to Content Rules)
Optional Link URL:
Optional Link Title:
Optional Image URL:
Upload Image:
E-mail Replies:  Automagically notify you when someone responds.