The penalty for involuntary manslaughter varies widely by state but usually carries a minimum sentence of 12 months in prison plus fines and probation, according to FindLaw. Involuntary manslaughter is considered a felon... More »

Although the exact penalty for a crime varies based on the actual offense and the state where the crime occurs, forgery is punishable by prison time, probation, fines and restitution. If the act is considered a misdemean... More »

In the United States, the punishment for reckless imprudence resulting in homicide (involuntary manslaughter) is usually a minimum jail sentence of twelve months with fines and probation. The punishment can vary widely f... More »

According to, sentencing for aiding and abetting includes probation, fines or prison time. Yahoo! Voices mentions that prison sentencing is up to 15 years. The sentence for aiding and abetting depends on the ... More »

In the United States, a second-degree felony is a serious crime, such as manslaughter and robbery, for which the penalty includes prison and fines, according to EnlightenMe. Other examples of second-degree felonies inclu... More »

The number of years someone convicted of manslaughter spends in prison varies according to state and territory and also the type of manslaughter committed. Manslaughter is defined as homicide without the intention to kil... More »

Punishments for forgery include jail time, the payment of fines, probation, and restitution, according to Nolo. In the United States, forgery is a felony, but some states consider certain types of forgery as misdemeanors... More » Government & Politics Crime