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INSANITY & AUTOMATISM

G153 Criminal Law 1 G EN ER AL D EF EN C ES: G EN ER AL D EF EN C E S: I NSANITY & I NSANITY & A UTOMATISM. A UTOMATISM. By the end of this unit, you should be able to:  Explain the definitions of insanity and automatism  Understand the development of the defences over time.  Understand ...

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641 H. M ENTAL D ISEASE OR D EFECT (I NSANITY AND I MMATURITY ) How would you classify these varieties of diminished capacity? Excuse or element-negating?

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Insanity Plea

1 Insanity Plea Dr. Mike Aamodt Radford University Concept of Mitigation or Diminished Capacity •Consideration for Murder-Intent (1 st degree murder)-Reduced capacity -drunk, angry (2 nd degree murder)-Reckless, negligent (manslaughter) •Not Guilty due to Self-defense •Guilty but Mentally ...

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See, e.g. , M ICHAEL L. P ERLIN , T HE J URISPRUDENCE OF THE I NSANITY D EFENSE 68 (1994) ("[E]mpirical studies have shown, clearly and consistently, that a significant percentage of offenders suffer from mental illness . . . .").