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mamma | 09:52 Wed 23rd Sep 2009 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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in english law what 2 word phrase is virtually synonymous with manslaughter and means a sudden quarrel in which one party kills another without pre-meditation but also with having to accept responsibility for the crime. could anyone give another clue please? thanks.

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Involuntary manslaughter?
Voluntary manslaughter
Culpable homicide ?
I thought about culpable homicide too but Chambers 10th gives that as a Scottish law term
Sorry - back to the drawing board!
chance medley ( probably the final learnburn answer i will ever give)

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I think that bennattod is right. I live and learn. I've never heard that expression before.
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thanks to you all for your help. much appreciated.
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bennatodd,while looking into your suggestion i came across 'chaud-medley'. i think this could be the answer as chance-medley is the same sort of thing, but in self-defence. i have never heard of either of these phrases, so your reply has really helped. thanks again.
sorry to disagree with you ,but Chance medley is the result of a sudden quarrel, chaud medley is the result of a 'hot affray' the self defence bit is mainly a red herring, but there is very liitle diference between the two in law

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