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Re:manslaughter case in the 1980's     (Posted on: 2022-01-18 11:04:59)

Manslaughter is where the offender has committed a criminal act or omission causing the death of another person. The victim has died. Manslaughter cases vary in seriousness as the circumstances vary greatly.

Sentencing Council member Lord Justice Holroyde said:

\"Manslaughter offences vary hugely – some cases are not far from being an accident, while others may be just short of murder. While no sentence can make up for the loss of life, this guideline will help ensure sentencing that properly reflects the culpability of the offender and the unique facts of each case.\"

Sentencing guidelines for Manslaughter (unlawful act manslaughter, gross negligence manslaughter, manslaughter by reason of loss of control and manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility):- https://www.sentencingcouncil.org.uk/news/item/sentencing-guidelines-for-manslaughter-introduced/.
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manslaughter case in the 1980´s     (Posted on: 2021-12-20 22:50:33)

I currently have a problematic business partner who says he committed a crime in the UK. I believe in the 80´s or nineties and was charged with manslaughter and served 3-6 months in prison. However I cannot find any information to this on the law pages.com. question: I understand there are varying degrees of manslaughter charges, do they all result in death to the victim? I have a name, a timeline and a location which also gives me a location of a court but not what type of court.

the purpose of this enquiry is to find out if there is truth in the story. it can determine my next action
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