There are 13 names in this directory beginning with the letter M.
Public officials, including judicial officers who have limited jurisdiction in criminal cases and civil causes.
The state of mind that accompanies the intentional doing of a wrongful act without justification and in wonton or willful disregard of the plain likelihood that harm will result.
Unlawful killing of another without malice aforethought. Voluntary Manslaughter intentional killing committed under circumstances that, although they do not justify the homicide, reduce the evil intent. A charge of manslaughter is appropriate where the defendant killed the victim in rage, terror or desperation. Involuntary Manslaughter consists of a homicide resulting from criminal negligence or recklessness. Voluntary Manslaughter is homicide that is committed during an act in the heat of passion.
The intentional infliction of injury on another which causes amputation, disfigurement or impairs the function of any part of the body.
A trial which is terminated or declared invalid. Reasons for mistrial include misconduct on the part of the jury, defense team or the court, or illness on the part of the judge, jury, or defendant. May be followed by a retrial on the same charges.
Unlawful killing of another human being with premeditated intent or malice aforethought. First Degree Murder is unlawful killing of another that is deliberate and premeditated. Second Degree Murder is unlawful killing of another with malice aforethought but without deliberation an premeditation.