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originally posted by: LSU2018
Here's another livestream, you can comment on this feed and it's the main feed I use for streaming "peaceful protests" so you can tune into this guy afterwards as well, for when things get interesting. Steve's channel is my personal favorite.
I'm not positive but I'm pretty sure the point is simply for the prosecutor to have something to fall back on.
Please excuse my moronic question but how can one be convicted of 2nd and 3rd degree murder while also be convicted of manslaughter with one incident/victim?
One could be charged with both crimes, but would only be convicted of one or the other. A finding of 1st degree murder requires a finding of intent, which negates the ability for it to be a manslaughter charge; finding a lack of intent necessary for a manslaughter charge would negate the intent required for first degree murder.