If you are an avid Netflix streaming fan, there is a strong chance you have watched "Making a Murderer." The show has been deemed one of most captivating crime dramas of the year. The series uncovers the case of Steven Avery, a man from Wisconsin who served almost two decades behind bars for sexual assault and attempted murder. When new evidence came to light, he was exonerated in 2003.
When we think of "murder" in the general sense, we think of an intentional killing or death. But did you know that some murder is not always intentional? What is the actual difference between terms like "first-degree murder," "involuntary manslaughter" or other representations of death by human?