Ann V.Kuczerpa

Pesticides, Neurotoxic Illnesses and the Law

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Every man who by his culpable negligence causes the death of another, although without intent to kill, is guilty of manslaughter. So highly does the law value human life, that it admits no justification wherever a life has been lost, and the carelessness or negligence of one person contributed to the death of another.
Regina v. Swindall, 2 Car. & Kir. 222, 233.
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