Involuntary Manslaughter Conviction Upheld For Father Who Injured Son Eight Years Earlier

It is difficult to understand how someone can be charged with manslaughter when the victim does not die for eight years after defendant does something that allegedly causes the death.  The justice department, for example, considered charging John Hinckley with murder of James Brady for Baker’s death 33 yeares after Hinckley shot Baker, but the Justice Department decided against filign such charges.  Read about a case, however, where such charges were filed and a conviction results for injuries inflicted eight years earlier.

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