Appellant was tried for murder and convicted of involuntary manslaughter. Code Ann. 26-1103 (a). This appeal follows.
Appellant's sole enumeration of error is based on the general grounds. It is contended that there is no evidence to support a conviction of involuntary manslaughter under 26-1103 (a), because there is no evidence of any unlawful act other than a felony which resulted in the homicide. We disagree.
The evidence showed that appellant and the decedent were in an argument over a $20 debt. Both parties were intoxicated. The decedent came toward appellant arguing about the debt. Appellant pulled out a pistol to swing at decedent in order to ward off what he apprehended to be an attack by decedent. The pistol discharged, killing decedent.