1. How can Intoxication be used as a defence in Diminished responsibility?
- If brain effected or Wholly Involuntary
- If a murder has occurred under the influnce
- It cannot be used under any circumstances
- Only if voluntary
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2. Abnormality of mind alters - Perception of physical matters, Ability to exercise rational judgement and ...?
- Ability to exercise willpower with that judgement
- Ability to perform the tasks to a reasonable being
- Ability to perform restraint
3. What act does diminished responsibility come under?
- Criminal Justice Act 1978
- The Homicide act 1957
- The Coroner and Justice Act 1953
- Offences against the person Act 1974
4. What type of cause can be seen in the case of Luc Thiet Thuan?
- External Cause
- Induced by Injury
- Induced by Disease
- Abnormal development
5. Which case outlined Post Natal Depression?
- R v Reyonlds
- R v Dytham
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