Defences - Insanity

M'Naughten
Set out the key principles of the defence of insanity - Tried to kill Sir Robert Peel
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Clarke
A person who is absent minded is not insane - walked out of the shop without paying
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Kemp
Killed his wife with a hammer after lack of blood to the brain - successful insanity
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Bratty
Epileptic seizure can amount to insanity - he strangled a girl
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Sullivan
Minor epileptic fit can be insanity who kicked his elderly neighbour
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Burgess
Sleepwalking can be a disease of the mind - hit his friend in the head with a bottle
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Windle
'I'll suppose ill hang for this' evidence he knew it was wrong - not insanity
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Clarke

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A person who is absent minded is not insane - walked out of the shop without paying

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Kemp

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Bratty

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Sullivan

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