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Basically I am trying to argue that D is guilty of manslaughter because V in in a comma and has sustained brain damage.
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No because they are not declared brain dead only brain damage and a comma isnt fatal - a coma on the other hand.
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no because they are not declared brain dead only brain damage and a comma isnt fatal - a coma on the other hand.
A coma on the other hand??
what is he liable for then? I am a bit confused
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A comma on the other hand??
what is he liable for then? I am a bit confused
I think he's saying that a "comma" is a form of punctuation. For example "," one of those. Whereas a coma is a deep sleep and can be fatal.

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I think he's saying that a "comma" is a form of punctuation. For example "," one of those. Whereas a coma is a deep sleep and can be fatal.

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Erm yea it was a typo. If you cant answer my question please don't come here and start correcting me. This isn't English class.
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a comma isnt fatal
I suggest you read about Sir Roger Casement

http://ipdraughts.wordpress.com/2013...ife-and-death/
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I suggest you read about Sir Roger Casement

http://ipdraughts.wordpress.com/2013...ife-and-death/
Heh heh

We learn about that at Warwick
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Basically I am trying to argue that D is guilty of manslaughter because V in in a comma and has sustained brain damage.
What are the facts of the scenario
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