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    What is the difference between negligence and intentional homicide?

    Can negligence ever get to the point where it can be considered intentional?

    Please consider the issues of intent and "due care" in thinking about how one might hold a corporate official criminally liable for the death of an employee.

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    Negligence is actually the failure to carry out a duty or task that one knows that one is supposed to carry out or perform, and there is some knowledge that the failure to carry out a required task could lead to harmful results. Intentional homicide on the ...