Unformatted text preview: dangerous things. In the cases, of such inherently dangerous things only simple gross negligence resulting in the death of another in required to find one guilty of involuntary manslaughter. Although were the vehicle to be treated as thing that is not inherently dangerous then the burden of the state would be to demonstrate gross negligence on the part of Barnett a ruling more than 25 years old set precedent to vehicles being treated as deadly weapons in such cases. The justices decided that it would not be prudent to go against such precedent but rather that if such a law were unjust it should be fixed by not by judicial action but legislative....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course LWSO 100 taught by Professor Cranor during the Fall '08 term at UC Riverside.
- Fall '08