Scene in my book, in the United States. So some guy wants to maybe shoot someone, maybe just scare someone, whatever. But at some point the gun goes off and kills a bystander. Would this be involuntary homicide? Involuntary manslaughter? Any other charges a prosecutor might add? The Wikipedia entry doesn't help me because, as I mentioned, the suspect is ambivalent and thus intentions are hard to establish. How does this affect the choice of charges? The situation in the story is referenced in the past, so the issue is what the suspect was convicted of.