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Defense options for involuntary manslaughter vary greatly

In our previous blog post, we discussed the case of the woman who has been charged with involuntary manslaughter because of butt implants that led to a woman dying. That case brings an important point to mind -- the stark difference between an involuntary manslaughter charge and a voluntary manslaughter charge.

Fatal butt implant procedure leads to criminal charges

Being charged with a violent crime, such as manslaughter, is sometimes the result of something that seemed innocent enough when you were doing it. Consider the case of the woman who is now facing criminal charges in Missouri because she gave a woman illegal butt injections. The woman with the butt injections died. Now the woman who did the illegal procedure is facing first-degree involuntary manslaughter charges, which carries up to 7 years in prison.

Former county jailer pleads guilty to sex crime and corruption

People who hold certain jobs are held to high standards when it comes to their conduct. When their actions fail to uphold the standards that are set, they might face criminal charges. In the case of public servants, criminal charges are possible for a variety of actions. One man was recently sentenced in a case centered around corruption and sexual contact.

Mass marketing fraud is an example of a white collar crime

White collar crimes aren't violent, but they can lead to very serious penalties that can greatly affect a person's life. We know that you might not have realized that anything fishy was going on until you were charged with a white collar crime. These crimes, such as mass marketing fraud or embezzlement, are often complex.

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