Doctors are increasingly fearful of facing criminal charges when patients die, medical experts say.

Medics can be charged with involuntary manslaughter if they make a mistake because of reckless behaviour.
Doctors argue the law is too open to interpretation and needs reforming. Prosecutions used to be rare, but have risen sharply since 1990.

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