What Is the Difference between Criminal Negligence and Negligence in the First Degree?

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There is a difference between criminal negligence and negligence in the first degree. Negligence is unintentional. I created a toy and thought it was safe but a child choked on a piece and died. I could be found guilty of negligence. Criminal negligence could be something like drinking and driving. I drank and decided to drive. Unfortunately, I was in a car accident and killed someone. I would be guilty of criminal negligence. There is more culpability in criminal negligence.
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