Several U.S. presidents had military service in war time and would have killed men in battle, other than that the answer is no.Other Points to consider:President Andrew Jackson, Duel with Charles Dickinson 1806
Andrew Jackson challenged Charles Dickinson, a lawyer, to a duel for having maligned the character of Mrs. Jackson and for a misunderstanding following cancellation of an important horse race. The two squared off with pistols at the customary eight paces in a popular forest clearing in Harrison's Mill, Kentucky in 1806. Dickinson got off the first shot...a direct hit into Jackson's breast that raised dust from his coat as the bullet entered. Andrew Jackson remained so stiff that Dickinson stumbled back in sheer disbelief. At the angry shouts of Jackson's second.... demanding to return to his mark, Dickinson complied and returned to his position. Although it was commonplace for a man in Jackson's position to spare the life of his opponent by firing into the air, Jackson chose otherwise. Jackson fired his pistol. The ball penetrated Dickinson's abdomen and exited the other side... killing him instantly. The future president simply walked off the field... feet sloshing in blood that drained from his chest. Dickinson's bullet had lodged too close to Jackson's heart to be removed safely. Jackson would carry it to his grave.(S.Menzel)
Jefferson's VP (does this count?)
Dueling was a common way to kill someone in the 1800s. Another famous duel, perhaps more famous than Jackson's, happened in 1804 between Jefferson's Vice President Aaron Burr and former Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton. Burr was angry at Hamilton for standing in the way of the advancement of his career, and challenged him to a duel. People still argue about exactly what happened, but Burr shot Hamilton, and his bullet killed him. Because Hamilton died in New York, but the duel was in New Jersey, the charges were dropped. Later, however, Burr would be tried for treason.
not that i heard of Aaron Burr?
Michelangelo did not murder anyone.
A person who is involved either before, during, or after the act.
Beethoven did not murder anyone.
of course murder is horrible and anyone who murdered someone should be murdered unless it was self defence
Yes, they can be charged with murder, like anyone else.
John Adams, he was also our second president.
In the U.S. yes. A president is not above the law.
It is the same as the murder of anyone else and depends on the circumstances and motivations.
None. Alcohol is an inanimate substance. It can't "murder" anyone.
I do not think any US president was accused of murder by legal authorities. Political enemies have labeled various president as killers or murders. Vice President Aaron Burr was accused of murder after he killed Hamilton. He fled from prosecution and the charges were eventually dropped.
She has not killed anyone.
He killed people in battles. Murder is a different matter.
If you are in a murder trial, you would probably ask like where they were on the night of the murder, did you see anyone else commit the murder, things like that.
I consider myself to be a well-informed person, and I don't know of any American President ever to be charged with murder. However, many former U.S. Presidents are or were veterans of war; soldiers cannot be charged with murder for killing someone during combat.
Poe neither murdered anyone nor was he murdered by anyone.
Mao Zedong did not actually physically murder anyone by himself. But he was responsible for the deaths of 45 million people while he ruled China.
When the bible refers to murder, it says "You shall not murder; and whoever murders will be liable to judgment." Basically, anyone who commits the act of murder shall face consequences.