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  • The Difference Between Involuntary and Voluntary Manslaughter When anyone has been killed, it is a serious situation and prison time for the alleged defendant will be possible, but Nevada Law uses different assessments for homicide including involuntary and voluntary manslaughter, which are both less severe than murder or second-degree murder (200.030). Definitions Voluntary Manslaughter (NRS 200.050) is a murder that occurs in a split second with no thought or meditation. It is more an act of negligence in the homicide. For instance, if you walked in on your spouse with another person and you shot them. If you took the time to contemplate or go and get a weapon, this would be second-degree murder, which includes other reckless acts directed

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