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What do you need to prove for Unlwaful Act Manslaughter (Constructive Manslaughter)?

To convict of UAM, you must prove that:

1) The defendant committed an unlawful act

2) This unlawful act was dangerous
3) The unlawful act caused the death of the victim

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