PG&E Corp. is expected to plead guilty Tuesday to felony manslaughter charges for its role in starting the deadliest wildfire in California history, becoming one of the few U.S. companies to be formally convicted of homicide.

The San Francisco-based utility faces 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter, as well as one count of unlawfully causing a fire, in Superior Court in California’s Butte County, where the 2018 Camp Fire razed the town of Paradise. State investigators concluded that the fire was sparked by a failure…

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