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I have this as a defendant argument for involuntary manslaughter, but am unsure what subject appreciation means. Thanks.
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subjective appreciation probably? From the viewpoint of the defendant?
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Involuntary manslaughter is where there is an "objective" actual risk, but the defendant was not actually "subjectively" aware of it