Can Drunk Driving Save You From a Murder Conviction?

April 6th, 2017 by Tad Nelson in Capital Felonies, Drunk Driving

Murder and manslaughter are not the same thing. Murder refers to the intentional killing of another person. Manslaughter, in contrast, means “recklessly” causing a person’s death. Intoxication manslaughter, for example, occurs when a drunk driver accidentally kills someone as a consequence of their inebriated state. When Is a Murder Defendant Allowed to Argue It Was […]

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