Recent Posts in Manslaughter Category

  • Crimes that Can Get You Deported from the U.S.

    Immigrants who are lawful permanent residents—also known as green card holders—can work and live in the United States for an indefinite period and enjoy similar rights and privileges that American citizens have. However, a criminal conviction can lead to deportation. According to U.S. immigration law, an immigrant may be deported from the U.S. if he/she commits one of the following types of ...
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  • What Is the Difference Between Murder & Manslaughter?

    You may have heard the terms murder and manslaughter used in criminal law settings, and maybe you or someone you know is facing charges under those titles. Knowing the difference between these two terms can help you understand your options when facing charges so you can make informed decisions. Our Boston criminal defense lawyers at Brad Bailey Law have defended hundreds of clients against charges ...
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  • What Exactly Is a "Crime of Passion?"

    Many criminal dramas on television use the term “crime of passion” when describing the heinous acts of the alleged suspects. But did you know that this description carries more weight than just theatrical value? In the legal world, a crime of passion is a violent crime that is committed when a person is overcome with emotion and acts in a sudden or impulsive manner. Violent acts that are committed ...
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