A2 - Law - The defence of automatism

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Bratty (1963)
Sets out the key definition for disease of the mind
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Attorney-General's Reference (No.2 of 1992)
Automatism requires a total lack of awareness, not just partial control.
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Quick (1973)
Highlights the distinction between automatism from external factors and insanity from internal factors when related to a diabetic condition; taking insulin is an external factor.
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Hennessey (1989)
Highlights the distinction between automatism from external factors and insanity from internal factors when related to a diabetic condition, lacking insulin is an internal factor.
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Automatism requires a total lack of awareness, not just partial control.

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Attorney-General's Reference (No.2 of 1992)

Card 3

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Highlights the distinction between automatism from external factors and insanity from internal factors when related to a diabetic condition; taking insulin is an external factor.

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Card 4

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Highlights the distinction between automatism from external factors and insanity from internal factors when related to a diabetic condition, lacking insulin is an internal factor.

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