In a recent issue of the Medico-Legal Journal Alec Samuels observes: “A finding of civil negligence is bad enough; a verdict of criminal negligence is truly tragic.”
“There are not many prosecutions . . . however, prosecutions are now more common than before.” He reviews several recent cases. I will be collecting the U.S. cases later this year.
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