6/6/17 The Difference between Murder, Manslaughter, and Homicide

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One who unlawfully kills another person with malice aforethought commits murder. If the killing was not malicious, it was manslaughter. Homicide is the general term for any killing of another person.
Also, did you know…?
Homicide does not denote a crime: the carrying out of a death sentence is a homicide.

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