Mississippi Code Annotated (M.C.A.)
Title 97. Crimes
Chapter 003. Crimes Against the Person
§ 97-3-33. Killing trespasser involuntarily.
The involuntary killing of a human being by the act, procurement, or culpable negligence of another, while such human being is engaged in the commission of a trespass or other injury to private rights or property, or is engaged in an attempt to commit such injury, shall be manslaughter.