When one reads of the many sentencing enhancements that are available to a judge in deciding how long a convicted defendant will serve, one cannot help but be concerned that someone may be sentenced under multiple, yet different enhancements for a single act. Is this double jeopardy? Is such sentencing redundant or unfairly cumulative? The following case addressed this issue in a manslaughter case. Click on the following link to read how the appellate court resolved this.