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In jurisprudence, voluntas necandi (Latin voluntas, "will" + gerund of neco, "to kill") describes the animus nocendi of a person who willfully kills another human being. Establishment of voluntas necandi is necessary to prove murder or voluntary manslaughter as opposed to involuntary manslaughter.
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