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What is Wanton

This is deliberately being negligent in law. This is gross negligence where there in no regard to the consequences of the person's actions. It is deliberate to the extent of causing harm to others and their property

,e.g closing you eyes and driving at high speed when you are next to a primary school.

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Term created / updated 2006-10-03 14:50:37

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