The Jury is in with the Verdict, and Sean Haverty has been charged with manslaughter in the 2015 Shooting Death of Chris Schweitzer. The two neighbors had been involved in the June 2015 confrontation at Schweitzer’s home on Tiffany Street in Guelph, Haverty testified that the victim had been attacking him with a glass bong after which his gun fired twice, and he left the area without knowing his shots hit anyone. The jury came to their decision just hours after deliberations began, jurors decided to convict Haverty of manslaughter – the least serious of the three conviction options they had been given. They could have also chosen not to find him guilty of any offence. By convicting Haverty of manslaughter, jurors signaled that they believe Haverty did not intent to kill Schweitzer. For his part, Haverty maintained that the shooting was an act of self-defence and that Schweitzer had threatened to hurt him in the past. A manslaughter involving a firearm carries with it a minimum sentence of four years in prison and a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.