Manslaughter Lawyer in Toronto, Brampton, Orangeville and GTA
Any “culpable homicide” that does not meet the definition of murder is said to be manslaughter. Culpable homicide is defined to include when a person causes the death of another human being by:
(a) means of an unlawful act;
(b) criminal negligence;
(c) causing that human being, by threats or fear of violence or by deception, to do anything that causes his death; or
(d) willfully frightening that human being, in the case of a child or sick person.
Manslaughter is reserved for killings where the level of intent is less than murder.
If you’ve been charged with Manslaughter anywhere in Toronto, Brampton, Orangeville and surrounding GTA, we can help guide you through the complex and stressful process that lies ahead. Call GSP Law to discuss your case and put forth your best defence at 905-789-7840.