WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HOMICIDE AND MAN SLAUGHTER?

5 years 9 months ago #8501 by rj de leon
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5 years 9 months ago #8528 by Dustin
With homicide, there's a level of premeditation and planning. Manslaughter is a spur of the moment thing (like an accident).

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5 years 8 months ago #8705 by grace viloria
ang homicide ay pagpatay sa isang tao. ang pagpatay ay wala dapat elemento ng murder, parricide at infanticide.

sa ating batas, ang salitang manslaughter ay di nababanggit sa revised penal code o alinmang special penal law ng pilipinas. criminologyboardexamreviewer.weebly.com/index.html
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4 years 1 month ago #9983 by ivan
May MANSLAUGHTER din sa pilipinas... However, we used the term MASSACRE!!!
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3 years 3 months ago #10077 by JOSHUA M. OSORIO
homicide is used in philippine legal parlance, while manslaughter is U.S. based.
Manslaughter is the killing of other person without malice.
there are two types of manslaughter:
intentional and unintentional.
1. intentional through passion, i.e, killing under uncontrollable emotion (e.g. anger due to provocation, etc.).
2. unintentional- killing without intent due to accident

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